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Jacob S. Izraelevitz, Ph.D.
Robotics Technologist

  1. J.S. Izraelevitz, "Flapping wings for dual aerial and aquatic propulsion," Doctoral Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 2017. (Link)
  2. J. S. Izraelevitz, Q. Zhu, & M. S. Triantafyllou, "State-Space Adaptation of Unsteady Lifting Line Theory: Twisting/Flapping Wings of Finite-Span," AIAA Journal, 55-4, April 2017, 1279-1294. (Link)
  3. J. S. Izraelevitz & M. S. Triantafyllou, "A Novel Degree of Freedom in Flapping Wings Shows Promise for a Dual Aerial/Aquatic Vehicle Propulsor.," IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2015, 5830 – 5837. (Link)
  4. J. S. Izraelevitz & M. S. Triantafyllou, "Adding in-line motion and model-based optimization offers exceptional force control authority in flapping foils," Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 742, Feb 2014, 5-34. (Link)
  5. J. S. Izraelevitz, "Inline motion in flapping foils for improved force vectoring performance," Masters Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sept 2013. (Link)
  6. J. S. Izraelevitz, "Optimal trajectory generation for draped AUV gravity surveys," IEEE OCEANS, June 2011, 1-8. (Link)

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