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Peer Reviewed Articles in Books

Peer Reviewed Articles in Books:

T. Speck, M. Thielen & O. Speck (2017): What can be learnt from ageing in biology and damage tolerant biological structures for long-lasting biomimetic materials? – In: K. van Breugel, D. Koleva & T. Beek (eds.), The Ageing of Materials and Structures, 27 – 38. Springer, Cham. DOI.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70194-3_3 [invited publication]

Nickel, K.G., Lauer, C., Klang, K., Buck, G. (in press): Sea urchin spines as role models for biologic design and integrative structures.- in : Heuss-Aßbichler, S., Amthauer, G. & John-Stadler, M. (in press): Highlights of Applied Mineralogy, De Gruyter, Inc., ISBN 978-3-11-049122-7

T. Speck, G. Bauer, T. Masselter, S. Poppinga, S. Schmier, M. Thielen & O: Speck (2017): Biomechanics and functional morphology of plants – inspiration for biomimetic materials and structures. – In: A. Geitmann & J. Gril (eds.), Plant Biomechanics. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland. (accepted)

S. Poppinga, U. Bauer, T. Speck, & A.G. Volkov (2017): Motile traps. – In: A.M. Ellison & L. Adamec (eds.), Carnivorous plants: physiology, ecology, and evolution. Oxford University Press, Oford. (in press)

T. Masselter, G. Bauer, M. Thielen, O. Speck & T. Speck (2017): Bio-inspired materials and structures: a case study based on selected examples. – In: G. Yang (ed.) Bioinspired Materials and Engineering. John Wiley & Sons Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. (in press) (invited publication)

N. van Gessel, D. Lang, R. Reski (2017): Genetics and Genomics of Physcomitrella patens.  – In: S. Assmann, B. Liu, Plant Cell Biology, Volume 20 of the series The Plant Sciences, pp 1-32, Springer New York. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-7881-2_22-1 Link

J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (2016): Biomimetic Research: A Dialogue Between the Disciplines. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 1-5. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

J. Knippers (2016): From Minimal Surfaces to Integrative Structures – The SFB-TRR 141 in the Light of the Legacy of Frei Otto and the SFB 230 ›Natürliche Konstruktionen‹. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 7-10. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

L. Eurich, R. Schott, A. Wagner, A. Roth-Nebelsick & W. Ehlers (2016): Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transport in Frost-Resistant Plant Tissues. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 97-108. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

K. Klang, G. Bauer, N. Toader, C. Lauer, K. Termin, S. Schmier, D. Kovaleva, W. Haase, C. Berthold, K. G. Nickel, T. Speck & W. Sobek (2016): PIants and Animals as Source of Inspiration for Energy Dissipation in Load Bearing Systems and Facades. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 109-133. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

O. Betz. A. Birkhold, M. Caliaro, B. Eggs, A. Mader, J. Knippers, O. Röhrle & O. Speck (2016): Adaptive Stiffness and Joint-Free Kinematics: Actively Actuated Rod-Shaped Structures in Plants and Animals and Their Biomimetic Potential in Architecture and Engineering. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 135-167. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

S. Poppinga, A. Körner, R. Sachse, L. Born, A. Westermeier, L. Hesse, J. Knippers, M. Bischoff, G. T. Gresser & T. Speck (2016): Compliant Mechanisms in Plants and Architecture. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 169-193. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

L. Born, F. A. Jonas, K. Bunk, T. Masselter, T. Speck, J. Knippers & G. T. Gresser (2016): Branched Structures in Plants and Architecture. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 195-215. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

T. B. Grun, L. Koohi Fayegh Dehkordi, T. Schwinn, D. Sonntag, M. von Scheven, M. Bischoff, J. Knippers, A. Menges & J. H. Nebelsick (2016): The Skeleton of the Sand Dollar as a Biological Role Model for Segmented Shells in Building Construction: A Research Review. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 217-242. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

J. H. Nebelsick, C. AIlgaier, B. Felbrich, D. Coupek, R. Reiter, G. Reiter, A. Menges, A. Lechler & K.-H. Wurst (2016): Continuous Fused Deposition Modelling of Architectural Envelopes Based on the Shell Formation of Molluscs: A Research Review. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 243-260. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

P. Asgharzadeh, B. Özdemir, S. J. Müller, O. Röhrle & R. Reski (2016): Analysis of Physcomitrella Chloroplasts to Reveal Adaptation Principles Leading to Structural Stability at the Nano-Scale. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 261-275. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

S. Schmier, C. Lauer, I. Schäfer, K. Klang, G. Bauer, M. Thielen, K. Termin, C. Berthold, S. Schmauder, T. Speck & K. G. Nickel (2016): Developing the Experimental Basis for an Evaluation of Scaling Properties of Brittle and ›Quasi-Brittle‹ Biological Materials. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 277-294. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

L. Nguyen, D. Lang, N. van Gessel, A. K. Beike, A. Menges, R. Reski & A. Roth-Nebelsick (2016): Evolutionary Processes as Models for Exploratory Design. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 295-318. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

D. Coupek, D. Kovaleva, H. Christof, K.-H. Wurst, A. Verl, W. Sobek, W. Haase, G. T. Gresser & A. Lechler (2016): Fabrication of Biomimetic and Biologically Inspired (Modular) Structures for Use in the Construction Industry. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 319-339. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

D. Paul, L. Koohi Fayegh Dehkordi, M. von Scheven, M. Bischoff & N. Radde (2016): Structural Design with Biological Methods: Optimality, Multi-functionality and Robustness. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 341-360. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

R. Horn, J. Gantner, L. Widmer, K. P. Sedlbauer & O. Speck (2016): Bio-inspired Sustainability Assessment – A Conceptual Framework. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 361-377. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

G. de Bruyn, O. Betz, J. H. Nebelsick, M. Drack & M. Limpinsel (2016): Making Life »Visible«: Organism Concepts in Biology and Architecture as the Basis for an Interdisciplinary Synopsis of Constructional Biomimetics. – In: J. Knippers, T. Speck & K. Nickel (eds.), Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction – Biological Design and Integrative Structures, 379-394. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Cham.

Drack M. (2016): An affinity to theories in biology. In: Philosophy of Systems Biology: Perspectives from Scientists and Philosophers, edited by Green S. Cham (Switzerland): Springer, p 79–86.

Limpinsel, M. (2016): Was macht Wissen plausibel? Topische Objektkonstitution in den Geisteswissenschaften. In: Kämper H, Warnke IH, Schmidt-Brücken D (eds): Textuelle Historizität. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf das historische Apriori (Discourse Patterns 12). De Gruyter, Berlin/Boston, p 105–121.

Lang, D., van Gessel, N., Ullrich, K. K., & Reski, R. (2016): The Genome of the Model Moss Physcomitrella patens. In S. A. Rensing (Ed.), Genomes and Evolution of Charophytes, Bryophytes, Lycophytes and Ferns (pp. 97–140). ISBN: 9780128011027, Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Academic Press.

Gebeshuber I C, Drack M. (2016): Biomimetics: Biomimetics in nanotechnology. Pages 37–45 in: CRC Concise Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology, edited by Kharisov B I, Kharissova O V, Ortiz-Mendez U. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press.

L. Hesse, B. Imhof, C. Yönetim, J. Leupold, A. Vermeulen & T. Speck (2015): Magnetic resonance imaging of the three dimensional growth of the slime mould Physarum polycephalum. – In: B. Imhof & P. Gruber (eds.), Built to Grow – Blending architecture and biology, 90 – 93. Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel.

S. Schmier, S. Eckert, V. Gudenus, M. Caliaro, G. Bauer & T. Speck (2015): Mechanical Tests with Mycelium Stabilized Paper-Straw-Grain-Samples. – In: B. Imhof & P. Gruber (eds.), Built to Grow – Blending architecture and biology, 99 – 103. Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel.

T. Speck (2015): Approaches to Bio-inspiration in Novel Architecture. – In: B. Imhof & P. Gruber (eds.), Built to Grow – Blending architecture and biology, 145 – 149. Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel.

T. B. Grun & J. H. Nebelsick (2015): Sneaky snails: How drillholes can affect paleontological analyses of the minute clypeasteroid echinoid Echinocyamus. In: Zamora, D. & Rábano, I. (eds.) Progress in Echinoderm Palaeobiology. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero, 19. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid. 71-74.

Limpinsel M (2015): Unfertige Hermeneutik. Zum hermeneutischen Topos der ›Fragment gebliebenen Theorie‹. In: Bernig M, Jordans S, Kruschwitz H (eds) Fragment und Gesamtwerk. Relationsbestimmungen in Edition und Interpretation, Kassel University Press, Kassel, p 89–104

J. H. Nebelsick, J. F. Dynowski, J. N. Grossmann & C. Tötzke (2015): Echinoderms: Hierarchically organized light weight skeletons. In: Hamm, C. (ed.): Evolution of Lightweight Structures: Analyses and Technical Applications, Biologically-Inspired Systems, Vol. 6, Springer Verlag. DOI 10.1007/978-017-9398-8_8. ISBN-10: 9401793972. Pages 141-156.

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