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  1. Wiktoria Rajewicz, Donato Romano, Thomas Schmickl, Ronald Thenius. (2023). Daphnia’s phototaxis as an indicator in ecotoxicological studies: a review. Aquatic Toxicology, 106762, ISSN 0166-445X, (link)
  2. Rajewicz, W., Helmer, N., Schmickl, T., & Thenius, R. (2023). Living Organisms as Sensors for Biohybrid Monitoring Systems. In Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems (pp. 348-362). Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland. (link)

  3. Rajewicz, W., Schmickl, T., & Thenius, R. (2023). Daphnia as a living sensor for underwater biohybrid systems. In ALIFE 2023: Ghost in the Machine: Proceedings of the 2023 Artificial Life Conference. MIT Press. (link) RECORDED TALK

  4. Rajewicz, W., Schmickl, T., & Thenius, R. (2022). The Use of Robots in Aquatic Biomonitoring with Special Focus on Biohybrid Entities. In International Conference on Robotics in Alpe-Adria Danube Region (pp. 521-527). Springer, Cham.

  5. Rajewicz, W., Helmer, N., Arvin, A., Wu, C., Zechmeister, T., Schmickl, T., & Thenius, R. (2022). Daphnia as a sensor for underwater monitoring systems. In Conference: SIL - Austrian Limnological Association. Poster. (link)

  6. Rajewicz, W., Helmer, N., Zechmeister, T., Schmickl, T., & Thenius, R. (2022). Biohybrids for environmental monitoring. In 7th Research Symposium of the Nationalparks Austria. Poster. (link)

  7. Rajewicz, W., Romano, D., Varughese, J., Schmickl, T., & Thenius, R. (2022, July). Lifeforms potentially useful for automated underwater monitoring systems. In ALIFE 2022: The 2022 Conference on Artificial Life. MIT Press. (link)

  8. Rajewicz, W., Romano, D., Varughese, J. C., Vuuren, G. J. V., Campo, A., Thenius, R., & Schmickl, T. (2021). Freshwater organisms potentially useful as biosensors and power-generation mediators in biohybrid robotics. Biological Cybernetics, 115(6), 615-628. (link)

  9. Romano, D., Rossetti, G., & Stefanini, C. (2021). Learning on a chip: Towards the development of trainable biohybrid sensors by investigating cognitive processes in non-marine Ostracoda via a miniaturised analytical system. Biosystems Engineering, 213, 162-174. 

  10. Romano, D., & Stefanini, C. (2021). Robot-Fish Interaction Helps to Trigger Social Buffering in Neon Tetras: The Potential Role of Social Robotics in Treating Anxiety. International Journal of Social Robotics.

  11. Thenius, R., Rajewicz, W., Varughese, J.C., Schoenwetter-Fuchs, S., Arvin, F., Casson, A., Wu, C., Lennox, B., Campo, A., van Vuuren, G.J. and Stefanini, C., 2021. Biohybrid Entities for Environmental Monitoring. Proceedings of the ALIFE 2021: The 2021 Conference on Artificial Life. pp. 33

  12. Romano, D., & Stefanini, C. (2021). Bio-robotic cues show how the Trinidadian guppy male recognises the morphological features of receptive females. Behavioural Processes, 182, 104283.​

  13. Romano D., Stefanini C. (2021, April). Any colour you like: using animal-robot interaction to unravel mechanisms promoting phenotypically heterogeneous fish aggregations. Proceedings of the ALIFE 2021: The 2021 Conference on Artificial Life. pp. 32

  14. Romano, D. and Stefanini, C., 2021. Unveiling social distancing mechanisms via a fish-robot hybrid interaction. Biological Cybernetics, pp.1-9.

  15.  Romano, D. and Stefanini, C., 2021. Individual neon tetras (Paracheirodon innesi, Myers) optimise their position in the group depending on external selective contexts: Lesson learned from a fish-robot hybrid school. Biosystems Engineering, 204, pp.170-180.

  16. Romano, D., Benelli, G. and Stefanini, C., 2021. Opposite valence social information provided by bio-robotic demonstrators shapes selection processes in the green bottle fly. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 18(176), p.20210056.

  17. Afroz, A.S., Romano, D., Inglese, F. and Stefanini, C., 2021. Towards Bio-Hybrid Energy Harvesting in the Real-World: Pushing the Boundaries of Technologies and Strategies Using Bio-Electrochemical and Bio-Mechanical Processes. Applied Sciences, 11(5), p.2220.

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