Celso Grebogi - Selected Publications#

Journal publications: 373 (59 in the last 5 years); Original Contributions in Proceedings: 84
Web of Science: 24,000 Citations in Indexed Journals and h-index = 74 (905 citations in 2018)
Google Scholar: 38,000 citations and h-index = 88 (1,486 citations in 2018)

1. E. Ott, C. Grebogi, and J.A. Yorke, "Controlling Chaos", Physical Review Letters 64,1196-1199 (1996); this seminal work was selected in 2008 by the American Physical Society as a Milestone in the last 50 years. It has 4,543 citations in the Web of Science and 8,390 citations in the Google Scholar.

2. Y.-C. Lai, H.-Y. Xu, L. Huang, and C. Grebogi, "Relativistic Quantum Chaos: An Emergent Interdisciplinary Field", Chaos 28, 052101(1-22) (2018); this work opened up a new field within Physics bringing together relativity, quantum mechanics and chaotic dynamics, with implication to the fundamentals of quantum mechanics and applications to 2-D Dirac materials such as graphene.

3. H.-P. Ren, M. S. Baptista, and C. Grebogi, "Wireless Communication with Chaos", Physical Review Letters 110, 184101(1-5) (2013); this seminal theoretical work shows that chaos can be used effectively in wireless communication; it was later validated by experiments that resulted in a patent.

4. Y.-L. Yao, Y.-H. Sun, H.-P. Ren, and C. Grebogi, "Experimental Wireless Communication Using Chaotic Baseband Waveform", IEEE Trans. Vehicular Techn. 68, 578-591 (2019); this work demonstrating experimentally that chaotic properties can in fact be used to improve performance over traditional methods in wireless communication.

5. W.-X. Wang, Y.-C. Lai, and C. Grebogi, "Data-based Identification and Prediction of Nonlinear and Complex Dynamical Systems", Physics Reports 644, 1-76 (2016); a seminal work in bringing compressive sensing to uncover the equations of dynamics and/or the topology of complex networks with the availability of only a very sparse data set.

6. G. Wang, Y.-C. Lai, and C. Grebogi, "Transient Chaos - A resolution of Breakdown of Quantum-Classical Correspondence in Optomechanics", Nature Scientific Reports 6, Article Number 35381(1-13) (2016); it is a work on the fundamentals of quantum mechanics, bringing transient chaotic dynamics to elucidate a fundamental issue having optomechanics as the paradigm.

7. C. Wang, C. Grebogi, and M. S. Baptista, "Control and Prediction of Blackouts Caused by Frequency Collapse in Smart Grids", Chaos 26, 093119(1-10) (2016); the work addresses a timely problem in power grid networks, the introduction of random perturbations with the advent of smart grids.

8. C. Grebogi, E. Ott, and J. A. Yorke, " Chaos, Strange Attractors and Fractal Basin Boundaries in Nonlinear Dynamics", Science 238, 632-638 (1987); the paper presents some of the concepts and nomenclature introduced to the theory of dynamical systems by the authors.

9. Z. Toroczkai, G. Karolyi, A. Pentek, T. Tel, and C. Grebogi, "Advection of Active Particles in Open Chaotic Flows", Physical Review Letters 80, 500-503 (1998); this work opened up a new topic of research by showing that fractal structure in the particle advected dynamics singularly enhances chemical and biological processes.

10. L. Poon and C. Grebogi, "Controlling Complexity", Physical Review Letters 75, 4023-4026 (1995); this early work on complex dynamics shows how complexity arises naturally by following the mathematical tradition of the theory of dynamical systems, and it is the first work on controlling complexity.

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