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Conference Proceedings

Conference proceedings:

T. Speck (2018): Hochfunktionelle biologische Konstruktionen als Vorbild für bio-inspirierte Innovationen im textilbasierten Faserverbundbereich. – Proceedings of the Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf Deutsches Fachkolloquium Textil, 18pp., ILK Dresden, (electronically).

M. Bischoff, R. Sachse, A. Körner, A. Westermeier, L. Born, S. Poppinga, G. Gresser, T. Speck & Jan Knippers (2017): Modeling and analysis of the trapping mechanism of Aldrovanda vesiculosa as biomimetic inspiration for façade elements. – Proceedings of the IASS Annual Symposium 2017, 9 pp. International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures (IASS).

A. Mader, A. Birkhold, M. Caliaro, O. Speck, O. Rohrle & J. Knippers (2017): Plant-inspired compliant actuation. In: Proceedings of the 7th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics for Young Scientists from Academia and Industry, October 11-13, 2017, Stuttgart, Germany.

J. Li, J. Knippers (2017): Pattern and Form – Their Influence on Segmental Plate Shells. In: Proceedings of the IASS Symposium 2015, 17-20 August 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands

L. Eurich, A. Wagner, W. Ehlers (2017): A new material description for plant tissues under frost exposure. In: M. Papadrakakis, E. Oñate and B. Schrefler (Eds): Proceedings of the VII International Conference on Coupled Problems in Science and Engineering, CIMNE, Barcelona 2017, pp. 275-286.

T. Speck (2017): Von der Natur lernen für die Bauwerke der Zukunft – Bionische Lösungen für Bauwesen und Architektur. – Konferenzberichte S-win-Statusseminar: Neue Anwendungen für Holz, 21 pp. Akademie Empa Dübendorf. (electronically).

K. Bunk, J.M. Seitz, F. Jonas, J. Knippers, T. Speck & T. Masselter (2017): How can branched building structures be optimised via analysing plant branchings? Functional morphology, biomechanics and Finite Element (FE) simulation of Araliaceae ramifications. – In: A.B. Kesel & D. Zehren (eds.), Bionik: Patente aus der Natur. Tagungsbeiträge zum 8. Bionik-Kongress in Bremen, 40 – 48. Bionik-Innovations-Centrum (B-I-C), Bremen.

F. Wulle; D. Coupek; F. Schaeffner; A. Verl; F. Oberhofer; T. Maier (2017): Workpiece and Machine Design in Additive Manufacturing for Multi-Axis Fused Deposition Modeling. In: 27th CIRP Design 2017 (PROCIR-D-16-00846R3).

L. Born, A. Westermeier, G.T. Gresser, S. Poppinga & T. Speck (2017): Catching inspiration from the carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa – The biomimetic façade shading system “Flectofold”. – In: A.B. Kesel & D. Zehren (eds.), Bionik: Patente aus der Natur. Tagungsbeiträge zum 8. Bionik-Kongress in Bremen, 137 – 143. Bionik-Innovations-Centrum (B-I-C), Bremen.

L. Hesse, T. Masselter, N. Spengler, J.G. Korvink, J. Leupold & T. Speck (2017): High-resolution MRI allows for new insights into the mechanics of dragon tree ramifications. – In: A.B. Kesel & D. Zehren (eds.), Bionik: Patente aus der Natur. Tagungsbeiträge zum 8. Bionik-Kongress in Bremen, 233 – 240. Bionik-Innovations-Centrum (B-I-C), Bremen.

S. Bechert, J. Knippers, O.D. Krieg, A. Menges, T. Schwinn & D. Sonntag (2016): Textile Fabrication Techniques for Timber Shells. In: Advances in Architectural Geometry 2016 (Eds. Adriaenssens, et al.), 154-169, Zürich, Switzerland. Link

Schwinn, T., Krieg, O. D. & Menges, A. (2016): Robotic Sewing: A Textile Approach Towards the Computational Design and Fabrication of Lightweight Timber Shells. − In: K. Velikov, S. Ahlquist, M. del Campo, & G. Thün (Eds.), POSTHUMAN FRONTIERS: Data, Designers, and Cognitive Machines (pp. 224-233). Ann Arbor.

A. Körner, A. Mader, S. Saffarian, J. Knippers (2016): Bio-Inspired Kinetic Curved-Line Folding for Architectural Applications – ACADIA // 2016: POSTHUMAN FRONTIERS: Data, Designers, and Cognitive Machines [Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) ISBN 978-0-692-77095-5 ] Ann Arbor 27-29 October, 2016, pp.270-279 Link

L. Eurich, R. Schott, A. Wagner, A. Roth-Nebelsick, W. Ehlers (2016): From functional properties of frost-resistant plant tissues towards customised construction materials – A continuum-mechanical Approach. – Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, PAMM · Special Issue: Joint 87th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM) and Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung (DMV), Braunschweig 2016; Editors: V. Bach and H. Fassbender / DOI 10.1002/pamm.201610029 Link

M. Mottahedi, D. Coupek, A. Lechler, A. Verl (2016): Additive Manufacturing: Technology, Trends and Challenges. In: The 6th International Conference on Economics, Management, Engineering Sciences and Art, The 6th International Conference on Economics, Management, Engineering Sciences and Art. Belgium, Brussels : International Center of Academic Communication, 2016a.

P. Asgharzadeh, B. Özdemir, S. J. Müller, R. Reski & O. Röhrle (2016): Analysis of confocal microscopy image data of Physcomitrella chloroplasts to reveal adaptation principles leading to structural stability at the nanoscale. – Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, PAMM · 16, 69 – 70 (2 016) / DOI 10.1002/pamm.201610023 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/pamm.201610023/epdf

O. Speck, M. Caliaro, S. Anandan, C. Paul-Victor & T. Speck (2016): The adaptive design of herbaceous plants – inspiration for biomimetic solutions. – Proceedings ECCM17 – 17th European Conference on Composite Materials Munich, Germany, 4 pp. Munich (elektronisch).

T. Speck (2016): Bioinspirierte Textilien – Die Natur als Vorbild für die Entwicklung neuer textiler Produkte. – Konferenzberichte Bayern Innovativ – Textil-Innovativ, 19 pp. Bayern Innovativ, Fürth (elektronisch).

T. Speck, T. Masselter, S. Poppinga, M. Thielen, G. Bauer, K. Bunk, L. Hesse, S. Schmier & A. Westermeier (2016): Fibres in biology and technology: Smart fibre-reinforced materials and structures inspired by plants and animals. – Proceedings ECCM17 – 17th European Conference on Composite Materials Munich, Germany, 8 pp. Munich (elektronisch).

A. Jüngert, K. Klang, K. Termin, A. Krebs (2016): Acoustic Emission Analysis for Materials Characterisation of Sea Urchin Spines. – In: Proceedings of the 19th World Conference on Non-Destructive Testing 2016, 13-17 June 2016, Munich, Germany.

T. Masselter, L. Hesse, J. Leupold, N. Spengler, J.G. (2015): Using MRI for analyzing the anatomy and biomechanics of monocotyledons. ––– In: The 8th Plant Biomechanics Conference, Nagoya University, 230-234. Nagoya, Japan.

G. Bauer, S. Schmier, M. Thielen & T. Speck (2015): Energy dissipation in plants – from puncture resistant seed coats to impact resistant tree barks. –– In: The 8th Plant Biomechanics Conference, Nagoya University, 190-195. Nagoya, Japan.

T. Speck (2015): Bio-inspiration by plants for construction technology and architecture: a short overview of recent work in the CRC 141. – –In: The 8th Plant Biomechanics Conference, Nagoya University, 184-189. Nagoya, Japan.

M. Caliaro, T. Speck & O. Speck (2015): Adaptive Steifigkeit bei krautigen Pflanzen − Vorbild für die Technik. – In: A.B. Kesel & D. Zehren (eds.), Bionik: Patente aus der Natur. Tagungsbeiträge zum 7. Bionik-Kongress in Bremen: 168-173. Bionik-Innovations-Centrum (B-I-C), Bremen.

O. Speck (2015): Das bionische Versprechen: Ein Beitrag zur Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung. – In: A.B. Kesel & D. Zehren (eds.), Bionik: Patente aus der Natur. Tagungsbeiträge zum 7. Bionik-Kongress in Bremen: 135-146. Bionik-Innovations-Centrum (B-I-C), Bremen.

T. Speck (2015): Fibres in nature and technology: Smart materials and structures inspired by biology. / Fasern in Natur und Technik: Clevere Materialien und Strukturen nach dem Vorbild Biologie. – Proceedings of the International Textile Conferences Aachen-Dresden, 23pp. DWI, Aachen (electronically).

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  Bild-Info: Cidaroid sea urchin skeleton with large tubercles and pore rows (Photo: Nebelsick/Gerber, Universität Tübingen)