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Understanding locomotion: Nature-inspired mathematical models

Date of event

Online workshop - 11th December 2020, 15.00-19.30 CET

This online workshop focuses on unraveling locomotion mechanisms of biological systems like swimming, crawling or slithering. The use of mathematical models provides a powerful tool to understand these mechanisms and to design artificial replicas for industrial or medical purposes. The latest findings in the field are presented and discussed, and the dialogue between the mathematical and engineering communities is encouraged.

For complete information please visit the webpage of the event.

To register, please fill in the online form. 


  • Daniele Agostinelli (University of British Columbia)
  • Silas Albums (University of Michigan)
  • Laetitia Giraldi (INRIA Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée)
  • Jerôme Lohéac (CNRS and University of Lorraine)

Organizers: Paolo Gidoni (ÚTIA), Marco Morandotti and Marta Zoppello (Politecnico di Torino).

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