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Assist.Prof.Dr MUSTAFA MERT ANKARALI
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
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Education

  Bachelor's, Middle East Technical University, Mechanical Eng.
  Bachelor's, Middle East Technical University, Mechanical Eng.
  Master's, Middle East Technical University, Electric-electronic. Eng.

Publications (INTERNATIONAL)

Journal Papers

  A.1 I. Uyanık, M. M. Ankaralı, N. J. Cowan, U. Saranlı, Ö. Morgül, Identification of a vertical hopping robot model via harmonic transfer functions. "Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control", 38, (2016), p.501-511.
 

Conference Papers

  A.1 İsmail Uyanık, Uluç Saranlı, Ömer Morgul, M. Mert Ankaralı, Parametric identification of hybrid linear-time-periodic systems. "IFAC 6th Symposium on System Structure and Control", 49, (2016), p.7-12.

Publications (NATIONAL)

 

Conference Papers

  A.1 N. Danos, C. O. Wagenbach, M. M. Ankarali, N. J. Cowan, E. D. Tytell, How lamprey muscle responds to perturbations during rhythmic motions: Phase-dependent system identification via harmonic transfer functions. "INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY", 56, (2016), s.E275-E275.
  A.2 R. W. NICKL, M. M. ANKARALI, N. J. COWAN, Complementary roles of spatial- and timing-based control during rhythmic arm movements. "Society for Neuroscience", (2017).
  A.3 J.A. Carr, M. M. Ankarali, N. Danos, N. J. Cowan, E. D. Tytell, Noisy work loops: A new technique for understanding how muscle intrinsic properties contribute to the non-steady dynamics of rhythmic movements. "INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY", 57, (2017), s.E219-E219.
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