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International Journal Papers

[4] FAITH: fast iterative half-plane focus of expansion estimation using optic flow.
R. Dinaux, N. Wessendorp, J. Dupeyroux, and G. de Croon (2021).
In Science Robotics, 4(27), eaau0307.

[3] Antbot: six-legged walking robot able to home like desert ants in outdoor environments.
J. Dupeyroux, J. Serres, and S. Viollet (2019).
In Science Robotics, 4(27), eaau0307.

[2] Polarized skylight-based heading measurements: a bioinspired approach.
J. Dupeyroux, S. Viollet, and J. Serres (2019).
In the Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 16(150), p. 20180878.

[1] An ant-inspired celestial compass applied toautonomous outdoor robot navigation.
J. Dupeyroux, S. Viollet, and J. Serres (2019).
In Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 117, p. 40-56.

Peer-reviewed International Conference Proceedings

[11] A toolbox for neuromorphic sensing in robotics.
J. Dupeyroux, S. Stroobants, and G. de Croon (2021).
arXiv preprint.

[10] Evolved neuromorphic radar-based altitude controller for an autonomous open-source blimp.
M. Gonzalez-Alvarez, J. Dupeyroux, F. Corradi, and G. de Croon (2021).
arXiv preprint.

[9] Design and implementation of a parsimonious neuromorphic PID for onboard altitude control for MAVs using neuromorphic processors..
S. Stroobants, J. Dupeyroux, and G. de Croon (2021).
arXiv preprint.

[8] Neuromorphic control for optic-flow-based landings of MAVs using the Loihi processor.
J. Dupeyroux, J. Hagenaars, F. Paredes-Vallés, and G. de Croon (2020).
In proc. of the IEEE ICRA Conference 2021, Xi'an, China, p. 96-102.

[7] Insect-inspired omnidirectional vision for autonomous localization on-board a hexapod robot.
J. Dupeyroux, S. Lapalus, I. Brodoline, S. Viollet, and J. Serres (2020).
In proc. of the 28th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation MED 2020, IEEE, Saint Raphaël, France, p. 893-898.

[6] Bio-inspired celestial compass yields new opportunities for urban localization.
J. Dupeyroux, S. Viollet, and J. Serres (2020).
In proc. of the 28th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation MED 2020, IEEE, Saint Raphaël, France, p. 881-886.

[5] A hexapod walking robot mimicking navigation strategies of desert ants Cataglyphis.
J. Dupeyroux, J. Serres, and S. Viollet (2018).
In proc. of Springer Living Machines 2018, Paris, France, p. 145-156.

[4] M²APix: a bio-inspired auto-adaptive visual sensor for robust ground height estimation.
J. Dupeyroux, V. Boutin, J. Serres, L. Perrinet and S. Viollet (2018).
In proc. of IEEE Circuits and Systems ISCAS 2018, Florence, Italy, p. 1-4.

[3] A novel insect-inspired optical compass sensor for an hexapod walking robot.
J. Dupeyroux, J. Diperi, M. Boyron, S. Viollet and J. Serres (2017).
In proc. of IEEE IROS Conference 2017, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 3439-3445.

[2] A bio-inspired celestial compass applied to an ant-inspired robot for autonomous navigation.
J. Dupeyroux, J. Diperi, M. Boyron, S. Viollet and J. Serres (2017).
In proc. of IEEE ECMR Conference 2017, Paris, France, p. 119-124.

[1] Hexabot : a small 3D-printed six-legged walking robot designed for desert ant-like navigation tasks.
J. Dupeyroux, G. Passault, F. Ruffier, S. Viollet and J. Serres (2017).
In proc. of IFAC Conference 2017, Toulouse, France, pp. 1628-1631.

Patents

[1] Dispositif de détection du cap d'un véhicule par détection de photons polarisés linéairement.
J. Dupeyroux, J. Monnoyer, J. Serres, and S. Viollet (2020).
Patent no. FR3086088.

National peer-reviewed journal papers (France)

[2] Conception et réalisation d’un robot bio-inspiré : le robot fourmi AntBot.
S. Viollet, J. Dupeyroux, and J. Serres (in press).
In Techniques & Culture, vol. 73.

[1] AntBot : un robot qui s’oriente comme une fourmi - Applications à la navigation à vue sans GPS ni magnétomètre.
J. Dupeyroux, S. Viollet, and J. Serres (2020).
In Techniques de l’Ingénieur (Réf : IN236).

National Conferences (France)

[1] Providing an autonomous hexapod walking robot with the ability to reorientate: application of a novel ant-inspired celestial compass
J. Dupeyroux, S. Viollet, and J. Serres (2017).
20ème Journée des Jeunes Chercheurs en Robotique, Biarritz, France.

Posters

[3] AntBot: a fully insect-inspired hexapod homing like desert ants.
J. Dupeyroux, J. Serres, and S. Viollet (2019).
In 4th International Conference on Invertebrate Vision (ICIV 2019), Backaskog Castle, Sweden.

[2] A bio-inspired celestial compass for a hexapod walking robot in outdoor environment.
J. Dupeyroux, J. Diperi, M. Boyron, S. Viollet and J. Serres (2017).
IEEE IROS Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

[1] A bio-inspired celestial compass for a hexapod walking robot in outdoor environment.
J. Dupeyroux, J. Diperi, M. Boyron, S. Viollet and J. Serres (2017).
13ème Journée de l'Ecole Doctorale 463, Montpellier, France.

Online data and programs

Git-Hub: the AntBot project.

Science Popularization

AntBot – A Robot that thinks like an Ant
Documentary realized by Nicolas Baker (2019).
French National Center for Research (CNRS).

Supernature
Documentary realized by Frederic Planchenault (2019).
Canal+ broadcast from March 3rd, 2019.

AntBot, un robot très en vue.
Report realized by Laurence Beauvillard (2019)
French public national television channel France2.

Quand l'Intelligence Artificielle s'inspire du Vivant
Organized by Opera Mundi in Chateauneuf-le-rouge, in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, France, (Nov. 2018).

L'envolée Scientifique [FRENCH]
Documentary realized by Kenza Chatar (2017).
SATIS (Sciences Arts et Techniques de l’Image et du Son), Marseille, France.