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Research interests

Assoc. Prof of Experimental Marine Zoology (Groningen)

Prof. of Biological Fluid Mechanics & Locomotion (UAS Bremen, Ger)

Functional Morphology, Fish swimming, Filter feeding, Bird flight, Unsteady aerodynamics, applied fluid dynamic research, Biomimetics

Speerpunten

Also employed by the University of Applied Sciences of Bremen (Germany), position = Professor of Biological Fluid Mechanics and Locomotion

Publications

Modulating yaw with an unstable rigid body and a course-stabilizing or steering caudal fin in the yellow boxfish (Ostracion cubicus)

Coasting in live-bearing fish: The drag penalty of being pregnant

Modulation of manoeuvrability with an unstable rigid body and a stabilising caudal fin in the yellow boxfish (Ostracion cubicus)

Filter-foraging strategies of captive American paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) in relation to food type, density and distribution in the water column

The effects of wing twist in slow-speed flapping flight of birds: Trading brute force against efficiency

Biomimetic Wind Turbine Design with Lift Enhancing Periodic Stall

Hydrolysis of enamines

Fish-like undulation of a NACA 0012 profile – a numerical study

How Albatrosses and Fulmars prevent a Crash Landing

Boxfish swimming paradox resolved: forces by the flow of water around the body promote manoeuvrability

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Press/media

News item on UG website "European Patent further accelerates wind energy research at the UG"

News item on Bionieuws website: "Minuscule haakjes plakken vogelveren aan elkaar - Klittenband houdt vleugel in vorm"

News item on Northern Knowledge website "Windmills imitating petrels"

News item on Topsector Engergie website "Hoe zeevogels de productie van windturbines kunnen verhogen"

UG Facebook post: How is it possible that an albatross doesn't crash and die when it lands?

UG news item "From paperclip to patent"

News item on Science Magazine website "Even for fish, it can be a drag to swim while pregnant"

Regular posts on the Ocean Ecosystems Facebook page in 2018

Regular posts on the Ocean Ecosystems Facebook page in 2017

NPO - Het ei van Midas - episode 6

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