Neubauer, L., Davidson, J.D., Wild, B., Dormagen, D.M., Landgraf, T., Couzin, I.D. & Smith, M.L. (2022) Honey bee drones are synchronously hyperactive inside the nest, in review.
Li, L., Chao, L-M., Deussen, O. & Couzin, I.D. (2022) RoboTwin: a platform to study hydrodynamic interactions in fish schools, in review.
Couzin, I.D. & Heins, C. (2022) Emerging technologies for behavioral research in changing environments, in review.
Sridhar, V.H., Davidson, J.D., Twomey, C.R., Sosna, M.M.G., Nagy, M. & Couzin, I.D. (2022) Inferring social influence in animal groups across multiple timescales, in review.
Waldmann, U., Naik, H., Nagy, M., Kano, F., Couzin, I.D., Deussen, O. & Goldlücke, B. (2022) I-MuPPET: Interactive Multi-Pigeon Pose
Estimation and Tracking, in press.
Koger, B., Deshpande, A., Kerby, J., Graving, J., Costelloe, B., Couzin, I.D. (2022) Multi-animal behavioral tracking and environmental reconstruction using drones and computer vision in the wild. In revision.
I am interested in the hydrodynamics of swimming and flying animals. Using the computational fluid dynamics (CFD), I have investigated the flow around the pitching foil, self-propelling foil and multiple foils to show how swimming fish actively and/or passively controls the fluid.
Gao, Z. & Couzin, I.D. (2022) Swarming transitions of self-propelled particles with anisotropic social interactions. In revision.
Jolles, J., Sosna, M.M.G., Mazué, G.P.F., Twomey, C.R., Bak-Coleman, J., Rubenstein, D.I. & Couzin, I.D. (2022) Both prey and predator features predict the individual predation risk and survival of schooling prey. eLife 11, e76344.
My interests involve a broad range of research areas including behavior, cognition, evolution, and sociality. For my PhD, I studied how decision-making processes in individual cephalopods are shaped by social contexts, including with heterospecifics. Multispecific groups provide complex interaction scenarios where the existence of distinct species-specific hunting strategies entails distinguishing among social information sources differing in morphology, behavior, and cognition. In Konstanz, I will continue working with collective hunting groups of octopus and fish and analyze how group coordination and decision-making is shaped by individuals with markedly distinct movement patterns that have diverged long ago in the evolutionary tree of life.My interests involve a broad range of research areas including behavior,