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Peer-reviewed Journal Publications

E. Roth, R.W. Hall, T.L. Daniel, S. Sponberg. “The integration of parallel visual and mechanosensory pathways resolved through sensory conflict.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113.45:12832-12837, October 2016.

N.J. Cowan, M.M. Ankarali, J.P. Dyhr, M.S. Madhav, E. Roth, S. Sefati, S. Sponberg, S.A. Stamper, E.S. Fortune, and T.L. Daniel. “Feedback control as a framework for understanding tradeoffs in biology.” Integrative and Comparative Biology, 54.2:223-237, July 2014.

E. Roth, S. Sponberg, and N.J. Cowan. “A comparative approach to closed-loop computation.” Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 25:54-62, April 2014.

B. Schnell, P.T. Weir, E. Roth, A.L. Fairhall and M.H. Dickinson. “Cellular mechanisms for integral feedback in visually guided behavior.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,111.15:5700-5705, April 2014.

S. Sefati, I.D. Neveln, E. Roth, T. Mitchell, J.B. Snyder, M.A. MacIver, E.S. Fortune, and N.J. Cowan. “Mutually opposing forces during locomotion can eliminate the tradeoff between maneuverability and stability.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110.47:18798-18803, November 2013.

S.A. Stamper, E. Roth, N. J. Cowan, and E. S. Fortune. “Active sensing via movement shapes spatiotemporal patterns of sensory feedback”. Journal of Experimental Biology, 215:1567-1574, May 2012.

E. Roth, K. Zhuang, S. A. Stamper, E. S. Fortune, N. J. Cowan. “Stimulus predictability mediates a switch in locomotor smooth pursuit performance for Eigenmannia virescens.” Journal of Experimental Biology. 214:1170-1180, April 2011. (featured on the cover)

S. G. Carver, E. Roth, N. J. Cowan, and E. S. Fortune. “Synaptic plasticity can produce and enhance direction selectivity.” PLoS Computational Biology, February 2008.

Peer-reviewed Conference Articles

E. Roth, M.B. Reiser, M.H. Dickinson, and N.J. Cowan. “A task-level model for optomotor yaw regulation in Drosophila melanogaster: a frequency-domain system identification approach.” In IEEE 51st Annual Conference on Decision and Control, 3721-3726, 2012. (invited symposium)

E. Roth, S. Carver, E.S. Fortune and N.J. Cowan. “Mechanisms for encoding velocity in the electrosensory system of the weakly electric fish.” Adaptive Motion in Animals and Machines, Cleveland, OH, June 2008.

Contributed Abstracts

E. Roth, S. Sponberg, T.L. Daniel. “Robustness via redundancy: multi-sensory control of flight in hawkmoths.” Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB), New Orleans, LA, Jan 2017. (oral presentation)

E. Roth, R.W. Hall, T.L. Daniel, S. Sponberg. “Identifying visual and mechanosensory pathways in a hawkmoth flower-feeding behavior.” Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB), Portland, OR, Jan 2016. (oral presentation)

E. Roth, R.W. Hall, T.L. Daniel, S. Sponberg. “Identifying visual and mechanosensory pathways in a hawkmoth flower-feeding behavior.” IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Seattle, WA, May 2015. (poster)

B.H. Dickerson, Y. Munk, E. Roth, T.L. Daniel. “Wing mechanosensing enhances flight response to visual pitch stimuli.” Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB), Austin, TX, January 2015.

E. Roth, M.B. Reiser, M.H. Dickinson, and N.J. Cowan. “How fruit flies fly straight: system identification of yaw regulation in Drosophila.” Winter workshop in locomotion, Princeton, NJ, January 2012.

E. S. Fortune, S. A. Stamper, E. D. Tytell, E. Roth, and N. J. Cowan. “Role of direction selective responses in locomotor control.” Society for Neuroscience (SfN), Washington, DC, November 2011. (poster)

S. A. Stamper, E. Roth, N. J. Cowan, and E. S. Fortune. “Multisensory cues for an image task.” Society for Neuroscience (SfN), Washington, DC, November 2011. (poster)

E. Roth, E. S. Fortune, and N. J. Cowan. “Electric knifefish feedback controller adapts to stimulus dynamics in a locomotor tracking behavior.” Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Conference on Control Theory and its Applications, Baltimore, MD, July 2011. (invited symposium)

E. Roth, K. Zhuang, S. A. Stamper, E. S. Fortune, and N. J. Cowan. “Stimulus predictability mediates a switch in locomotor smooth pursuit performance for Eigenmannia virescens.” Computational and Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), Salt Lake City, UT, February 2011. (poster)

E. Roth, K. Zhuang, S. A. Stamper, E. S. Fortune, N. J. Cowan. “Modeling tracking behavior in weakly electric knifefish: differences in processing of predictable versus pseudo-random stimuli.” Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB), Seattle, WA, January 2010. (oral presentation)

M. S. Madhav, S. A. Stamper, E. Roth, N. J. Cowan, and E. S. Fortune. “Balancing the jamming avoidance response: closed-loop identification of an unstable sensorimotor behavior.” Society for Neuroscience (SfN), Chicago, IL, November 2009. (poster)

E. Roth, M. B. Reiser, N. J. Cowan. “Reconciling open- and closed-loop experiments in sensorimotor control of Drosophila.” Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB), Boston, MA, January2009. (oral presentation)

K. Zhuang, E. Roth, E. S. Fortune, N. J. Cowan. “Linear modeling of tracking behavior in weakly electric fish.” S, Boston, MA, January 2009. (poster)

E. Roth, S. G. Carver, E. S. Fortune, N. J. Cowan. “Mechanisms for encoding velocity in the electrosensory systems of weakly electric fish.” Adaptive Motion in Animals and Machines (AMAM), Cleveland, OH, May 2008. (poster)

E. Roth, A. M. Nickel, T. Herman. “Modeling Carbon Nanostructures.” American Chemical Society (ACS), Anaheim, CA, March 2004. (poster)