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

Recent publications

  1. Krasky, D. and Takagi, D. (2018) Diffusion of swimmers jumping stochastically between multiple velocities. J. Stat. Mech. Theory Exp. (in press)
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Takagi, D. and Hartline, D. K. (2018) Directional hydrodynamic sensing by free-swimming organisms, Bull. Math. Biol. 80, 215–227.
  5. Hayashi, R. and Takagi, D. (2017) Asynchronous oscillations of rigid rods drive viscous fluid to swirl, Phys. Rev. Fluids 2(12), 124101.
  6. Chyba, M., Takagi, D., Kravchenko, Y. and Markovichenko, O. (2017) Analysis of efficient strokes for multi-legged microswimmers, Proc. IEEE Conf. Control Tech. App.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Lenz, P. H., Takagi, D. and Hartline, D. K. (2015) Choreographed swimming of copepod nauplii, J. Roy. Soc. Interface 12, 20150776.
  10. Takagi, D. (2015) Swimming with stiff legs at low Reynolds number, Phys. Rev. E, 92, 023020.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.