Hillel Chiel
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The brain has a body: adaptive behavior emerges from interactions of nervous system, body and environment
HJ Chiel, RD Beer
Trends in neurosciences 20 (12), 553-557, 1997
Fast noninvasive activation and inhibition of neural and network activity by vertebrate rhodopsin and green algae channelrhodopsin
X Li, DV Gutierrez, MG Hanson, J Han, MD Mark, H Chiel, P Hegemann, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (49), 17816-17821, 2005
Neuromechanical principles underlying movement modularity and their implications for rehabilitation
LH Ting, HJ Chiel, RD Trumbower, JL Allen, JL McKay, ME Hackney, ...
Neuron 86 (1), 38-54, 2015
Biologically inspired approaches to robotics: What can we learn from insects?
RD Beer, RD Quinn, HJ Chiel, RE Ritzmann
Communications of the ACM 40 (3), 30-38, 1997
Neuromechanics: an integrative approach for understanding motor control
K Nishikawa, AA Biewener, P Aerts, AN Ahn, HJ Chiel, MA Daley, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 47 (1), 16-54, 2007
Biologically based distributed control and local reflexes improve rough terrain locomotion in a hexapod robot
KS Espenschied, RD Quinn, RD Beer, HJ Chiel
Robotics and autonomous systems 18 (1-2), 59-64, 1996
Using autonomous robotics to teach science and engineering
RD Beer, HJ Chiel, RF Drushel
Communications of the ACM 42 (6), 85-92, 1999
Peristaltically self-propelled endoscopic device
HJ Chiel, RD Quinn, RD Beer, ED Mangan
US Patent 6,764,441, 2004
In vivo buccal nerve activity that distinguishes ingestion from rejection can be used to predict behavioral transitions in Aplysia.
DW Morton, HJ Chiel
Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral…, 1993
The timing of activity in motor neurons that produce radula movements distinguishes ingestion from rejection in Aplysia
DW Morton
Case Western Reserve University, 1993
The timing of activity in motor neurons that produce radula movements distinguishes ingestion from rejection in Aplysia
D Morton, H Chiel
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 173, 519 - 536, 1993
Development of a peristaltic endoscope
EV Mangan, DA Kingsley, RD Quinn, HJ Chiel
Proceedings 2002 IEEE international conference on robotics and automation…, 2002
Optical pacing of the embryonic heart
MW Jenkins, AR Duke, S Gu, Y Doughman, HJ Chiel, H Fujioka, ...
Nature photonics 4 (9), 623-626, 2010
A distributed neural network architecture for hexapod robot locomotion
RD Beer, HJ Chiel, RD Quinn, KS Espenschied, P Larsson
Neural Computation 4 (3), 356-365, 1992
A biological perspective on autonomous agent design
RD Beer, HJ Chiel, LS Sterling
Robotics and Autonomous systems 6 (1-2), 169-186, 1990
The brain in its body: motor control and sensing in a biomechanical context
HJ Chiel, LH Ting, Ekeberg, MJZ Hartmann
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (41), 12807-12814, 2009
Biorobotic approaches to the study of motor systems
RD Beer, HJ Chiel, RD Quinn, RE Ritzmann
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 8 (6), 777-782, 1998
Activity patterns of the B31/B32 pattern initiators innervating the I2 muscle of the buccal mass during normal feeding movements in Aplysia californica
I Hurwitz, D Neustadter, DW Morton, HJ Chiel, AJ Susswein
Journal of Neurophysiology 75 (4), 1309-1326, 1996
Transient and selective suppression of neural activity with infrared light
AR Duke, MW Jenkins, H Lu, JM McManus, HJ Chiel, ED Jansen
Scientific reports 3 (1), 2600, 2013
Continuous wave peristaltic motion in a robot
AS Boxerbaum, KM Shaw, HJ Chiel, RD Quinn
The international journal of Robotics Research 31 (3), 302-318, 2012
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