Senior Lecturer SOE, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
|biomechanics, insect physiology, sensory ecology|
National Academies Education Fellow in the Life Sciences for 2012-2013
Instructional Technology Innovation Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Instruction (UCI) 2012
UCI Anthology "Outstanding Professor" in Biological Sciences 2012
NSF CAREER award 2000-2005
NSF Visiting Professorship for Women award 1993-1995
Eloise Gerry Fellowship (Graduate Women in Science) 1991
NSF Post-doctoral fellowship 1988-1990
NSF Pre-doctoral fellowship 1982-1985
1990-1992 University of California at Berkeley, Postdoctoral Research Associate
1989-1990 Cornell University, NSF Postdoctoral Fellow
1986-1988 University of Minnesota, Postdoctoral Research Associate
Szyndler, M. W., K. F. Haynes, M. F. Potter, R. M. Corn, and C. Loudon. 2013. Entrapment of bed bugs by leaf trichomes inspires microfabrication of biomimetic surfaces. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10:20130174.
Loudon, C., E.C. Davis-Berg and J. T. Botz. 2012. A laboratory exercise using a physical model for demonstrating countercurrent heat exchange. Advances in Physiological Education 36:58-62.
Feldlaufer, Mark and C. Loudon. 2011. Undesirable dispersal of eggs and early-stage nymphs of the bed bug (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) by static electricity and air currents. Journal of Entomological Science 46(2):169-170.
Loudon, C. 2009. Antennae. in Encyclopedia of Insects (Resh, V. H. and R. Cardé, eds.) Second Edition. Academic Press, Inc.
Miller, G. L., C. Loudon, and S. Freed. 2007. Position around a tree: consequences for pheromone detection. Journal of Chemical Ecology 33(3): 525-539.
Bau, J., K. A. Justus, C. Loudon, and R. T. Cardé. 2005. Electroantennographic resolution of pulsed pheromone plumes in two species of moths with bipectinate antennae. Chemical Senses 30: 1-10.
Breed, M. and C. Loudon. 2005. Mechanical properties of arthropod structures: engineering the future. American Entomologist 51(1): 30.
Loudon, C. 2005. Flexural stiffness of insect antennae. American Entomologist 51(1): 48-49.
Loudon, C. and E. C. Davis. 2005. Divergence of streamlines approaching a pectinate antenna: consequences for chemoreception. Journal of Chemical Ecology 31(1): 1-13.
Loudon, C. 2003. Antennae. in Encyclopedia of Insects (Resh, V. H. and R. Cardé, eds.) pp. 26-28. Academic Press, Inc.
Botz, J. T., C. Loudon, J. B. Barger, J. S. Olafsen and D. W. Steeples. 2003. Effects of slope and particle size on ant locomotion: implications for choice of substrate by antlions. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 76: 426-435.
Loudon, C. 2003. The biomechanical design of an insect antenna as an odor capture device. pp. 609-630 in Insect Pheromone Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: The Biosynthesis and Detection of Pheromones and Plant Volatiles (Blomquist, G. J. and R. G. Vogt, eds.). Elsevier Academic Press: New York, NY.
Loudon, C. and J. Zhang. 2002. Measuring drag without a force transducer: a terminal velocity assay. Functional Ecology 16: 268-272.
Loudon, C. and M. A. R. Koehl. 2000. Sniffing by a silkworm moth: wing fanning enhances air penetration through and pheromone interception by antennae. Journal of Experimental Biology 203: 2977-2990. [selected for "Editor's Choice," Science, Sept. 22, 2000, vol. 289 p. 2007]
Loudon, C. 1999. How is fluid mechanics taught to biologists? Proceedings of the 3rd ASME/JSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference FEDSM99-6828:1-5.
Loudon, C. and K. McCulloh. 1999. Application of the Hagen-Poiseuille equation to fluid feeding through short tubes. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 92(1): 153-158.
Loudon, C. and A. Tordesillas. 1998. The use of the dimensionless Womersley number to characterize the unsteady nature of internal flow. Journal of Theoretical Biology 191: 63-78.
Loudon, C. 1995. Insect morphology above the molecular level: Biomechanics. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 88: 1-4.
Loudon, C., B. Best, and M. A. R. Koehl. 1994. When does motion relative to neighboring surfaces alter the flow through arrays of hairs? Journal of Experimental Biology 193: 233-254.
Loudon, C. and D. N. Alstad. 1993. Mechanical analysis of particle capture by rectangular-mesh nets. in Fluid Dynamics in Biology, Proceedings of an AMS-IMS-SIAM Joint Summer Research Conference July 6-12, 1991 (Cheer, A. Y. and C. P. van Dam, eds.) Contemporary Mathematics 141: 123-134.
Loudon, C. and D. N. Alstad. 1992. Architectural plasticity in net construction by individual caddisfly larvae (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 70: 1166-1172.
Loudon, C. 1990. Empirical test of filtering theory: Particle capture by rectangular-mesh nets. Limnology and Oceanography 35(1): 143-148.
Loudon, C. and D. N. Alstad. 1990. Theoretical mechanics of particle capture: Predictions for hydropsychid caddisfly distributional ecology. American Naturalist 135(3): 360-381.
Loudon, C. 1989. Tracheal hypertrophy in mealworms: Design and plasticity in oxygen supply systems. Journal of Experimental Biology 147: 217-235.
Loudon, C. 1988. Development of Tenebrio molitor in low oxygen levels. Journal of Insect Physiology 34(2): 97-103.
Rudolph, S. and C. Loudon. 1986. Load size selection by workers of the leafcutter ant (Atta cephalotes). Ecological Entomology 11: 401-410.
Vogel, S. and C. Loudon. 1985. Fluid mechanics of the thallus of an intertidal red alga, Halosaccion glandiforme. Biological Bulletin (Woods Hole) 168: 161-174.
Scheltema, R.S., I.P. Williams, M.A. Shaw, and C. Loudon. 1981. Gregarious settlement by the larvae of Hydroides dianthus (Polychaeta; Serpulidae). Marine Ecology Progress Series 5: 69-74.
Entomological Society of America
Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology
American Association for the Advancement of Science
University of Kansas 2002—2006
University of Kansas 1996—2002
NSF Visiting Professor
Kansas State University 1993—1995
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