Symposium: Functional morphology and biomechanics of motion
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The understanding of complex movements and motion patterns from a biomechanical point of view can be vital to understand ecological adaptations, evolutionary and behavioral traits. Every insect is moving – from walking, flying to swimming. The adaptations related to these types of locomotion can serve as important models in various fields, from evolutionary biology to biomimetics and robotics. Using modern technology such as high-speed videography, computer tomography or computer modelling approaches complex questions can be answered to unprecedented details.
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