Ingo Schiffner
Ingo Schiffner
Marie-Curie Research Fellow (Bangor University)
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The role of the magnetite-based receptors in the beak in pigeon homing
R Wiltschko, I Schiffner, P Fuhrmann, W Wiltschko
Current biology 20 (17), 1534-1538, 2010
Cognitive map–based navigation in wild bats revealed by a new high-throughput tracking system
S Toledo, D Shohami, I Schiffner, E Lourie, Y Orchan, Y Bartan, R Nathan
Science 369 (6500), 188-193, 2020
Homing flights of pigeons over familiar terrain
R Wiltschko, I Schiffner, B Siegmund
Animal Behaviour 74 (5), 1229-1240, 2007
A strong magnetic anomaly affects pigeon navigation
R Wiltschko, I Schiffner, W Wiltschko
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (18), 2983-2990, 2009
Minding the gap: in-flight body awareness in birds
I Schiffner, HD Vo, PS Bhagavatula, MV Srinivasan
Frontiers in zoology 11 (1), 1-9, 2014
Direct evidence for vision-based control of flight speed in budgerigars
I Schiffner, MV Srinivasan
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-7, 2015
Point of decision: when do pigeons decide to head home?
I Schiffner, R Wiltschko
Naturwissenschaften 96 (2), 251-258, 2009
Temporal fluctuations of the geomagnetic field affect pigeons’ entire homing flight
I Schiffner, R Wiltschko
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 197 (7), 765-772, 2011
Tracking pigeons in a magnetic anomaly and in magnetically “quiet” terrain
I Schiffner, P Fuhrmann, R Wiltschko
Naturwissenschaften 98 (7), 575-581, 2011
Homing flights of pigeons in the Frankfurt region: the effect of distance and local experience
I Schiffner, P Fuhrmann, R Wiltschko
Animal Behaviour 86 (2), 291-307, 2013
Mathematical analysis of the navigational process in homing pigeons
I Schiffner, J Baumeister, R Wiltschko
Journal of theoretical biology 291, 42-46, 2011
Strategies of Young Pigeons during Map Learning
I Schiffner, T Pavkovic, B Siegmund, R Wiltschko
Journal of Navigation 64 (3), 431-448, 2011
Development of the navigational system in homing pigeons: increase in complexity of the navigational map
I Schiffner, R Wiltschko
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (14), 2675-2681, 2013
Anticipatory manoeuvres in bird flight
HD Vo, I Schiffner, MV Srinivasan
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-8, 2016
Budgerigar flight in a varying environment: flight at distinct speeds?
I Schiffner, MV Srinivasan
Biology letters 12 (6), 20160221, 2016
Behavioural lateralization in Budgerigars varies with the task and the individual
I Schiffner, MV Srinivasan
PloS one 8 (12), e82670, 2013
Strategies for pre-emptive mid-air collision avoidance in budgerigars
I Schiffner, T Perez, MV Srinivasan
PloS one 11 (9), e0162435, 2016
Pigeon navigation: different routes lead to Frankfurt
I Schiffner, R Wiltschko
Plos one 9 (11), e112439, 2014
Following the sun: a mathematical analysis of the tracks of clock-shifted homing pigeons
I Schiffner, B Siegmund, R Wiltschko
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (15), 2643-2649, 2014
An inverse differential game approach to modelling bird mid-air collision avoidance behaviours
TL Molloy, GS Garden, T Perez, I Schiffner, D Karmaker, MV Srinivasan
IFAC-PapersOnLine 51 (15), 754-759, 2018
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