All publications are listed in Google Scholar and in my CV (updated August 2018).

**Recent publications**

- Krasky, D. and Takagi, D. (2018) Diffusion of swimmers jumping stochastically between multiple velocities. J. Stat. Mech. Theory Exp. (in press)
- Bonnard, B., Chyba, M., Rouot, J., and Takagi, D. (2018). Sub-Riemannian geometry, Hamiltonian dynamics, micro-swimmers, copepod nauplii and copepod robot. Pacific Journal of Mathematics for Industry 10(1), 2.
- Hynson, N. A., Frank, K. L., Alegado, R. A., Amend, A. S., Arif, M., Bennett, G. M. Jani, A. J., Medeiros, M. C. I., Mileyko, Y., Nelson, C. E., Nguyen, N. H., Nigro, O. D., Prisic, S., Shin, S., Takagi, D., Wilson, S. T. and Yew, J. Y. (2018) Synergy among microbiota and their hosts: Leveraging the Hawaiian archipelago and local collaborative networks to address pressing questions in microbiome research, MSystems 3(2), e00159-17.
- Takagi, D. and Hartline, D. K. (2018) Directional hydrodynamic sensing by free-swimming organisms, Bull. Math. Biol. 80, 215–227.
- Hayashi, R. and Takagi, D. (2017) Asynchronous oscillations of rigid rods drive viscous fluid to swirl, Phys. Rev. Fluids 2(12), 124101.
- Chyba, M., Takagi, D., Kravchenko, Y. and Markovichenko, O. (2017) Analysis of efficient strokes for multi-legged microswimmers, Proc. IEEE Conf. Control Tech. App.
- Bonnard, B., Chyba, M., Rouot, J. and Takagi, D. (2016) A numerical approach to the optimal control and efficiency of the copepod swimmer, Proc. 55th IEEE Conf. Dec. Contr.
- Cardiel, J. J., Takagi, D., Tsai, H. and Shen, A. Q. (2016) Formation and flow behavior of micellar membranes in a T-shaped microchannel, Soft Matter, 12, 8226–8234.
- Lenz, P. H., Takagi, D. and Hartline, D. K. (2015) Choreographed swimming of copepod nauplii, J. Roy. Soc. Interface 12, 20150776.
- Takagi, D. (2015) Swimming with stiff legs at low Reynolds number, Phys. Rev. E, 92, 023020.
- ten Hagen, B., Wittkowski, R., Takagi, D., Kummel, F., Bechinger, C. and Lowen, H. (2015) Can the self-propulsion of anisotropic microswimmers be described by using forces and torques?, J. Phys. Condens. Matter, 27, 194110.
- ten Hagen, B., Kummel, F., Wittkowski, R., Takagi, D., Lowen, H. and Bechinger, C. (2014) Gravitaxis of asymmetric self-propelled colloidal particles, Nat. Commun., 5, 4829.
- Kummel, F., ten Hagen, B., Wittkowski, R., Takagi, D., Buttinoni, I., Eichhorn, R., Volpe, G., Lowen, H. and Bechinger, C. (2014) Reply to “Comment on ‘Circular motion of asymmetric self- propelling particles’ ”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 113, 029802.
- Takagi, D., Palacci, J., Braunschweig, A.B., Shelley, M.J. Zhang, J. (2014) Hydrodynamic capture of microswimmers into sphere-bound orbits, Soft Matter 10, 1784–1789.
- Takagi, D., Braunschweig, A.B., Zhang, J. and Shelley, M.J. (2013) Dispersion of self-propelled rods undergoing fluctuation-driven flips, Phys. Rev. Lett., 110, 038301.