Lin, H-T., Leonardo, A. (in preparation) Eyes on the prey: the activities of prey motion visual neurons in the freely hunting dragonfly.
Fabian, J., Siwanowicz, I., Uhrhan, M., Maeda, M., Bomphrey, R. J., and Lin, H-T. (2022). Systematic characterization of wing mechanosensors that monitor airflow and wing deformations. Iscience, 25(4), 104150.
Fabian, S. T., Zhou, R., and Lin, H-T. (2021). Dragondrop: a novel passive mechanism for aerial righting in the dragonfly. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 288(1944), 20202676.
Zhou, R., and Lin, H-T. (2020, May). Bioinspired object motion filters as the basis of obstacle negotiation in micro aerial systems. In 2020 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) (pp. 7022-7028). IEEE.
Vaughan, S. C., Lin, H-T., and Trimmer, B. A. (2018). Caterpillar climbing: robust, tension-based omni-directional locomotion. Journal of Insect Science, 18(3), 13.
Ros, I.G., Bhagavatula, P.S.*, Lin, H-T.*, Biewener, A.A. (2017) Rules to fly by: pigeons navigating horizontal obstacles limit steering by selecting gaps most aligned to their bearing. J. Roy. Soc. Interface Focus.
Barry, A.J., Jenks, T., Majumdar, A., Lin, H-T., Ros, I.G., Biewener, A.A., Tedrake, R. (2014) Flying between obstacles with an autonomous knife-edge maneuver. 2014 IEEE Int. Conf. on Rob. and Automa. (ICRA) 2559-2559.
Lin, H-T., D. J. Slate, C. R. Paetsch, A. L. Dorfmann and B. A. Trimmer (2011). “Scaling of caterpillar body properties and its biomechanical implications for the use of a hydrostatic skeleton.” The Journal of experimental biology 214(7): 1194-1204.
Lin, H-T. and B. Trimmer (2010). “Caterpillars use the substrate as their external skeleton: A behavior confirmation.” Communicative & integrative biology 3(5): 471.