Check out our entry for the American Physical Society, Gallery of fluid motion:
In order to coordinate our joint projects, all members met in Paris from 26/09/2016 until 27/09/2016 for the Kick-Off meeting.
Slides Talk Engels 1 – Butterfly experiments
Slides Talk Engels 2 – Flight muscle modeling
Slides Talk Engels 3 – Directional perturbation sensitivity in Bumblebees
Slides Talk Engels 4 – Turbulence generated by fractal trees
With the help of our colleagues in München, we finnished the second stage of our butterfly experiments. This time, we had 3 synchronized high speed cameras recording at 5000 fps from 3 different perspectives.
We have finished the get-to-know-each-other experiments with the butterfly pieris brassicae, also known as the large white or white cabbage butterfly. It is one of the most common butterflies in Europe and can be seen even here in Berlin very frequently. The animals were provided by Insect Services, which is a Spin-off of the Freie Universität Berlin.
This morning I was happy enough to be interviewed by RRB Kulturradio, and you can listen to the interview here:
Our SISC paper has been accepted! We thank the reviewers for their nice comments. The paper can be found in our Publications.
Welcome to the website of the french-german research project AIFIT, which is a collaboration of
- Technische Universität Berlin
- Aix-Marseille Université
- Universität Rostock
- École normale supérieure Paris