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  • J. Dupeyroux, J. Serres and S. Viollet (2019)
    AntBot: A six-legged walking robot able to home like desert ants in outdoor environments, Science Robotics, 4, vol. 27, eaau0307.

  • J. Dupeyroux, S. Viollet and J. Serres (2019)
    Polarized skylight-based heading measurements: a bio-inspired approach, Royal Society Interface, 16: 20180878.

  • F. Colonnier, S. Ramirez-Martinez, S. Viollet and F. Ruffier (2019)
    A Bio-inspired Sighted Robot Chases like a Hoverfly, Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, 14:036002.

  • J. Serres and S. Viollet (2018)
    Insect-inspired vision for autonomous vehicles, Current Opinion in Insect Science, 30:4651.

  • R. Goulard, A. Verbe, J-L. Vercher and S. Viollet (2018)
    Contribution of the Dorsal Light Response to freely falling hoverflies flight stabilization strategy, Biology Letters, 14: 20180051.

  • V. Riviere, A. Manecy and S. Viollet (2018)
    Agile robotic fliers : a morphing based approach, Soft Robotics, 10.1089/soro.2017.0120, pdf.

  • R. Goulard, J-L. Vercher and S. Viollet (2018)
    Modeling visual-based pitch, lift and speed control strategies in hoverflies, Plos Computational Biology, 14(1): e1005894, pdf.

  • R. Goulard, J-L. Vercher and S. Viollet (2016)
    To crash or not to crash: how do hoverflies cope with free-fall situations and weightlessness?, J. of Experimental Biology, vol. 219, 2497-2503, pdf, Inside JEB.

  • R. Goulard, A. Julien-Laferrire, J. Fleuriet, J-L. Vercher and S. Viollet (2015)
    Evidence for a Visual and Proprioceptive Control of Head Roll in Hoverflies (Episyrphus balteatus, Dipteran), J. of Experimental Biology, vol. 218, 3777-3787, pdf.

  • R. Pericet-Camara, M. K. Dobrzynski, R. Juston, S. Viollet et al. (2015)
    An elementary eye with optic flow detection and compositional properties, J. R. Soc. Interface, 12: 20150414, pdf.

  • T. Raharijaona, P. Mignon, R. Juston, L. Kerhuel, S. Viollet (2015)
    HyperCube: A Small Lensless Position Sensing Device for the Tracking of Flickering Infrared LEDs. MDPI Sensors 2015, 15, 16484-16502, open access.

  • S. Mafrica, S. Godiot, M. Menouni, M. Boyron, F. Expert, R. Juston, N. Marchand, F. Ruffier and S. Viollet (2015)
    A bio-inspired analog silicon retina with Michaelis-Menten auto-adaptive pixels sensitive to small and large changes in light, Optics Express, OSA, vol. 23, No. 5, open access.

  • F. Colonnier, A. Manecy, R. Juston, H. Mallot, R. Leitel, D. Floreano and S. Viollet (2015)
    A small-scale hyperacute compound eye featuring active eye tremor: application to visual stabilization, target tracking and short range odometry, Bioinspiration and Biomimetics, vol. 10, 026002, open access.

  • A. Manecy, N. Marchand, F. Ruffier and S. Viollet (2015)
    X4-MaG: a low-cost open-source micro-quadrotor and its Linux-based controller, Int. J. of Micro Air Vehicles, vol. 7, 89-110.

  • S. Viollet, S. Godiot, R. Leitel et al. (2014)
    Assembly Process of a Tiny Curved Compound Eye. MDPI Sensors, 14, 21702-21721, open access.

  • S. Viollet (2014)
    Vibrating makes for better seeing: from the fly's micro-eye movements to hyperacute visual sensors, Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 2:9, doi: 10.3389/fbioe.2014.00009, open access.

  • R. Juston, L. Kerhuel, N. Franceschini and S. Viollet (2014)
    Hyperacute edge and bar detection in a bio-inspired optical position sensing device, IEEE Trans. on Mechatronics, vol .19, no. 3, pp. 1025-1034.

  • F. L. Roubieu, J. R. Serres, F. Colonnier, N. Franceschini, S. Viollet and F. Ruffier (2014)
    A biomimetic vision-based hovercraft accounts for bees complex behaviours in various corridors, Bioinspiration and Biomimetics, vol. 9, 036003, open access.

  • A. Manecy, N. Marchand and S. Viollet (2014)
    Hovering by gazing: a novel strategy for implementing saccadic flight-based navigation in GPS-denied environments, Int. J. of Advanced Robotic Systems, 11:66, doi: 10.5772/58429, open access.

  • D. Floreano, R. Pericet, S. Viollet et al. (2013)
    Miniature curved artificial compound eyes, Proc Natl Acad Sci, vol. 110, no. 23, 9267-9272.

  • S. Viollet and J. Zeil (2013)
    Feed-forward and visual feed-back control of head roll orientation in wasps (Polistes humilis, Vespidae, Hymenoptera), J. of Experimental Biology,vol. 216, 1280-1291.

  • L. Kerhuel, S. Viollet and N. Franceschini (2012)
    The VODKA sensor: a bio-inspired hyperacute optical position sensing device. IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 315-324.

  • F. Expert, S. Viollet and F. Ruffier (2011)
    Indoor and Outdoor performances of insect-based visual motion sensors, Journal of Field Robotics, vol. 28, pp. 529-541.

  • S. Viollet and N. Franceschini (2010)
    A hyperacute optical position sensor based on biomimetic retinal micro-scanning, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, Vol. 160, pp. 60- 68.

  • L. Kerhuel, S. Viollet and N. Franceschini (2010)
    Steering by Gazing: An Efficient Biomimetic Control Strategy for Visually-guided Micro-Air Vehicles. IEEE Transactions on Robotics, Vol. 26, pp. 307-319.

  • N. Franceschini, S. Viollet, F. Ruffier and J. Serres (2008)
    Neuromimetic Robots inspired by Insect Vision, Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 58, pp 127-136.

  • M. Pudas, S. Viollet, F. Ruffier, A. Kruusing, S. Amic, S. Leppvuori, N. Franceschini (2007)
    A miniature bio-inspired optic flow sensor based on low temperature co-fired ceramics (LTCC) technology, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, Vol. 133, pp. 88-95.

  • J. Serres, F. Ruffier, S. Viollet and N. Franceschini (2006)
    Toward optic flow regulation for wall-following and centring behaviours, International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, Vol. 3, No . 2, pp. 147-154.

  • S. Viollet and N. Franceschini (2005)
    A high speed biomimetic gaze control system based on a vestibulo-ocular reflex, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol. 50, No. 4, pp. 147-161.

  • F. Ruffier, S. Viollet, N. Franceschini (2004)
    Two autopilots based on insect vision for aerial robots, Advanced Robotics, Vol.18, No. 8, pp. 771-786.

  • Articles de confrences IEEE

  • J. Dupeyroux, V. Boutin, J. Serres, L. Perrinet and S. Viollet (2018)
    MAPix: a bio-Inspired Auto-Adaptive Visual Sensor for Robust Ground Height Estimation, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), Florence, Italy.

  • J. Dupeyroux, J. Diperi, M. Boyron, S. Viollet and J. Serres (2017)
    A novel insect-inspired optical compass sensor for an hexapod walking robot, IEEE IROS Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

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

  • J. Dupeyroux, G. Passault, F. Ruffier, S. Viollet and J. Serres (2017)
    Hexabot: a small 3D-printed six-legged walking robot designed for desert ant-like navigation tasks, IFAC Conference, Toulouse, France.

  • A. Desbiez, F. Expert, M. Boyron, J. Diperi, S. Viollet and F. Ruffier (2017)
    X-Morf: a crash-separable quadrotor that morfs its X-geometry in flight, IEEE RED UAS Conf., Linkping, Sweden.

  • A. Manecy, J. Diperi, M. Boyron, N. Marchand and S. Viollet (2016)
    Gimbal Eye for Implementing Precise Hovering and Target Tracking in UAVs, IEEE ICRA, Stockholm, Sweden.

  • A. Manecy, N. Marchand, and S. Viollet (2014)
    RT-MaG : an open-source SIMULINK Toolbox for Linux-Based Real-Time Robotic Applications IEEE Robio 2014 conference, Bali, Indonesia.

  • F. L. Roubieu, J. Serres, N. Franceschini, F. Ruffier and S. Viollet (2012)
    A fully autonomous hovercraft inspired by bees : wall following ans speed control in straight and tapered corridors, IEEE RoBio, Guangzhou, China.

  • R. Juston and S. Viollet (2012)
    A miniature bio-inspired position sensing device for the control of micro-aerial robots, In Proc. of the IEEE IROS 2012, Vilamoura, Portugal, pp. 1118-1124.

  • A. Manecy, S. Viollet, N. Marchand (2012)
    Bio-Inspired Hovering Control for an Aerial Robot Equipped with a Decoupled Eye and a Rate Gyro, In Proc. of the IEEE IROS 2012, Vilamoura, Portugal, pp. 1110-1117.

  • F. Expert, S. Viollet, F. Ruffier (2011)
    A mouse sensor and a 2-pixel motion sensor exposed to continuous illuminance changes, IEEE Sensors 2011 conference, Limerick, Ireland, pp. 974-977.

  • F. L. Roubieu, F. Expert, M. Boyron, B. Fuchslock, S. Viollet, F. Ruffier (2011)
    A novel 1-gram insect based device measuring visual motion along 5 optical directions, IEEE Sensors 2011 conference, Limerick, Ireland, pp. 687-690. Best Student Paper Award - First place.

  • R. Juston, S. Viollet, L. Kerhuel and N. Franceschini (2011)
    High Performance Optical Angular Position Sensing at Low-cost: a Bio-inspired Approach, IEEE Sensors 2011 conference, Limerick, Ireland, pp. 378-381.

  • S. Viollet, F. Ruffier, T. Ray, M. Menouni, F. Aubpart, L. Kerhuel, N. Franceschini (2010)
    Characteristics of three miniature bio-inspired optic flow sensors in natural environments, In Proc. of the IEEE Conf. on Sensors Technologies and Applications, Sensorcomm, Venise, Italia, pp. 51-55.

  • F. Valette, F. Ruffier, S. Viollet and T. Seidl (2010)
    Biomimetic optic flow sensing applied to a lunar landing scenario, In Proc. of the IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation, ICRA 10, Anchorage, USA, pp. 2253-2260

  • S. Viollet, L. Kerhuel and N. Franceschini (2008)
    A 1-gram dual sensorless speed governor for micro-air vehicles, In Proc. of the IEEE Mediterranean Conf. on Control and Automation MED08, Ajaccio, France, pp. 1270-1275.

  • L. Kerhuel, S. Viollet and N. Franceschini (2007)
    A sighted aerial robot with fast gaze and heading stabilization, in Proc. of the IEEE IROS 2007, San Diego, USA, pp. 2634-2641.

  • S. Viollet and N. Franceschini (2004)
    A miniature biomimetic gaze control system, In Proc of the IEEE ICRA 2004, New-Orleans, USA.

  • F. Ruffier, S. Viollet, and N. Franceschini (2003)
    OSCAR and OCTAVE : Two bio-inspired visually guided aerial micro-robots, IEEE Int Conference on Advanced Robotics ICAR 2003, Coimbra, Portugal

  • F. Ruffier, S. Viollet, S. Amic, and N. Franceschini (2003)
    Bio-inspired optic flow circuits for the visual guidance of micro-air vehicles, IEEE Int Symposium on Circuits and Systems ISCAS 2003, Bangkok, Thailande

  • S. Viollet, and N. Franceschini (1999)
    Biologically-Inspired Visual Scanning Sensor for Stabilization and Tracking IEEE Internat. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems IROS' 99, Kyongju, Korea