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1. Kiss IZ & Gaspar V (1995) Predicting the dynamics of an oligo-oscillatory reaction by an artificial neural network. Ach-Models in Chemistry 132(6):887-901. PDF
2. Kiss IZ, Gaspar V, Nyikos L, & Parmananda P (1997) Controlling electrochemical chaos in the copper-phosphoric acid system. J Phys Chem A 101:8668-8674. PDF
3. Kiss IZ, Gaspar V, & Nyikos L (1998) Stability analysis of the oscillatory electrodissolution of copper with impedance spectroscopy. J Phys Chem A 102:909-914. PDF
4. Kiss IZ, Wang W, & Hudson JL (1999) Experiments on arrays of globally coupled periodic electrochemical oscillators. J Phys Chem B 103:11433-11444. PDF
5. Parmananda P, et al. (1999) Stabilization of unstable steady states and periodic orbits in an electrochemical system using delayed-feedback control. Phys Rev E 59:5266-5271. PDF
6. Davies ML, et al. (2000) Control of chaos in combustion reactions. J Phys Chem A 104:9944-9952. PDF
7. Kiss IZ & Gaspar V (2000) Controlling chaos with artificial neural network: Numerical studies and experiments. J Phys Chem A 104:8033-8037. PDF
8. Kiss IZ, Gaspar V, & Hudson JL (2000) Experiments on synchronization and control of chaos on coupled electrochemical oscillators. J Phys Chem B 104:7554-7560. PDF
9. Kiss IZ, Mandi G, & Beck MT (2000) Artificial neural network approach to predict the solubility of C-60 in various solvents. J Phys Chem A 104:8081-8088. PDF
10. Kiss IZ, Wang W, & Hudson JL (2000) Complexity of globally coupled chaotic electrochemical oscillators. Phys Chem Chem Phys 2:3847-3854. PDF
11. Parmananda P, Rivera M, Madrigal R, Kiss IZ, & Gaspar V (2000) Resonant control of electrochemical oscillations. J Phys Chem B 104:11748-11751. PDF
12. Rivera M, et al. (2000) Numerical analysis of spatio-temporal chaos in specially extended systems and research on chaotic electrodissolution of metals. Revista Mexicana De Fisica 46:11-15. PDF
13. Wang W, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2000) Experiments on arrays of globally coupled chaotic electrochemical oscillators: Synchronization and clustering. Chaos 10:248-256. PDF
14. Kiss IZ & Hudson JL (2001) Phase synchronization and suppression of chaos through intermittency in forcing of an electrochemical oscillator. Physical review E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics 64(4 Pt 2):046215. PDF
15. Wang W, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2001) Clustering of arrays of chaotic chemical oscillators by feedback and forcing. Phys Rev Lett 86(21):4954-4957. PDF
16. Kiss IZ & Hudson JL (2002) Phase synchronization of nonidentical chaotic electrochemical oscillators. Phys Chem Chem Phys 4:2638-2647. PDF
17. Kiss IZ, Wang W, & Hudson JL (2002) Populations of coupled electrochemical oscillators. Chaos (Woodbury, NY) 12(1):252-263. PDF
18. Kiss IZ, Zhai Y, & Hudson JL (2002) Emerging coherence in a population of chemical oscillators. Science 296(5573):1676-1678. PDF
19. Kiss IZ, Zhai Y, & Hudson JL (2002) Collective dynamics of chaotic chemical oscillators and the law of large numbers. Phys Rev Lett 88(23):238301. PDF
20. Kiss IZ, Zhai Y, & Hudson JL (2002) Collective dynamics of a weakly coupled electrochemical reaction on an array. Ind Eng Chem Res 41:6363-6374. PDF
21. Pyragas K, Pyragas V, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2002) Stabilizing and tracking unknown steady States of dynamical systems. Phys Rev Lett 89(24):244103. PDF
22. Rosenblum MG, et al. (2002) Locking-based frequency measurement and synchronization of chaotic oscillators with complex dynamics. Phys Rev Lett 89(26):264102. PDF
23. Wang W, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2002) Synchronization and clustering of arrays of electrochemical oscillators with global feedback. Ind Eng Chem Res 41:330-338. PDF
24. Zhou C, Kurths J, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2002) Noise-enhanced phase synchronization of chaotic oscillators. Phys Rev Lett 89(1):014101. PDF
25. Davidsen J, Kiss IZ, Hudson JL, & Kapral R (2003) Rapid convergence of time-averaged frequency in phase synchronized systems. Phys Rev E 68:026217. PDF
26. Kiss IZ & Hudson JL (2003) Chaotic cluster itinerancy and hierarchical cluster trees in electrochemical experiments. Chaos 13:999-1009. PDF
27. Kiss IZ & Hudson JL (2003) Chemical complexity: Spontaneous and engineered structures. Aiche J 49:2234-2241. PDF
28. Kiss IZ, Hudson JL, Santos GJE, & Parmananda P (2003) Experiments on coherence resonance: Noisy precursors to Hopf bifurcations. Phys Rev E 67:035201. PDF
29. Kiss IZ, Zhai Y, Hudson JL, Zhou CS, & Kurths J (2003) Noise enhanced phase synchronization and coherence resonance in sets of chaotic oscillators with weak global coupling. Chaos 13:267-278. PDF
30. Organ L, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2003) Bursting oscillations during metal electrodissolution: Experiments and model. J Phys Chem B 107:6648-6659. PDF
31. Kiss IZ, Brackett AW, & Hudson JL (2004) Nonuniform reaction rates during CO and CO/H-2 oxidation on coupled Pt electrodes. J Phys Chem B 108:14599-14608. PDF
32. Kiss IZ, Hudson JL, Escalona J, & Parmananda P (2004) Noise-aided synchronization of coupled chaotic electrochemical oscillators. Phys Rev E 70:026210. PDF
33. Mikhailov AS, Zanette DH, Zhai YM, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2004) Cooperative action of coherent groups in broadly heterogeneous populations of interacting chemical oscillators. P Natl Acad Sci Usa 101:10890-10894. PDF
34. Pyragas K, Pyragas V, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2004) Adaptive control of unknown unstable steady states of dynamical systems. Phys Rev E 70:026215. PDF
35. Zhai YM, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2004) Emerging coherence of oscillating chemical reactions on arrays: Experiments and simulations. Ind Eng Chem Res 43:315-326. PDF
36. Zhai YM, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2004) Amplitude death through a Hopf bifurcation in coupled electrochemical oscillators: Experiments and simulations. Phys Rev E 69:026208. PDF
37. Kiss IZ, Kazsu Z, & Gaspar V (2005) Experimental strategy for characterization of essential dynamical variables in oscillatory systems: Effect of double-layer capacitance on the stability of electrochemical oscillators. J Phys Chem A 109:9521-9527. PDF
38. Kiss IZ, Lv Q, & Hudson JL (2005) Synchronization of non-phase-coherent chaotic electrochemical oscillations. Phys Rev E 71:035201. PDF
39. Kiss IZ, Zhai Y, & Hudson JL (2005) Predicting mutual entrainment of oscillators with experiment-based phase models. Phys Rev Lett 94(24):248301. PDF
40. Romano MC, Thiel M, Kurths J, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2005) Detection of synchronization for non-phase-coherent and non-stationary data. Europhys Lett 71:466-472. PDF
41. Zhai Y, Kiss IZ, Daido H, & Hudson JL (2005) Extracting order parameters from global measurements with application to coupled electrochemical oscillators. Physica D 205:57-69. PDF
42. Zhai Y, Kiss IZ, Tass PA, & Hudson JL (2005) Desynchronization of coupled electrochemical oscillators with pulse stimulations. Physical review E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics 71(6 Pt 2):065202. PDF
43. Kiss IZ, Kazsu Z, & Gáspár V (2006) Tracking unstable steady states and periodic orbits of oscillatory and chaotic electrochemical systems using delayed feedback control. Chaos (Woodbury, NY) 16(3):033109. PDF
44. Kiss IZ, Lv Q, Organ L, & Hudson JL (2006) Electrochemical bursting oscillations on a high-dimensional slow subsystem. Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP 8(23):2707-2715. PDF
45. Kiss IZ, Zhai YM, & Hudson JL (2006) Characteristics of cluster formation in a population of globally coupled electrochemical oscillators: An experiment-based phase model approach. Prog Theor Phys Supp 161:99-106. PDF
46. Kurths J, et al. (2006) Synchronization analysis of coupled noncoherent oscillators. Nonlinear Dynam 44:135-149. PDF
47. Kiss IZ, Rusin CG, Kori H, & Hudson JL (2007) Engineering complex dynamical structures: Sequential patterns and desynchronization. Science 316:1886-1889. PDF
48. Tokuda IT, Jain S, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2007) Inferring phase equations from multivariate time series. Phys Rev Lett 99(6):064101. PDF
49. Kiss IZ, Quigg M, Chun SC, Kori H, & Hudson JL (2008) Characterization of synchronization in interacting groups of oscillators: Application to seizures. Biophysical Journal 94(3):1121-1130. PDF
50. Kiss IZ, Zhai Y, & Hudson JL (2008) Resonance clustering in globally coupled electrochemical oscillators with external forcing. Phys Rev E 77(4):046204. PDF
51. Kori H, Rusin CG, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2008) Synchronization engineering: Theoretical framework and application to dynamical clustering. Chaos 18(2):026111. PDF
52. Tokuda IT, Kurths J, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2008) Predicting phase synchronization of non-phase-coherent chaos. European Physics Letters 83(5):50003. PDF
53. Zhai Y, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2008) Control of complex dynamics with time-delayed feedback in populations of chemical oscillators: Desynchronization and clustering. Ind Eng Chem Res 47(10):3502-3514. PDF
54. Jain S, Kiss IZ, Breidenich J, & Hudson JL (2009) The effect of IR compensation on stationary and oscillatory patterns in dual-electrode metal dissolution systems. Electrochimica Acta 55(2):363-373. PDF
55. Kiss IZ, Kazsu Z, & Gaspar V (2009) Scaling relationship for oscillating electrochemical systems: dependence of phase diagram on electrode size and rotation rate. Phys Chem Chem Phys 11(35):7669-7677. PDF
56. Kiss IZ, Munjal N, & Martin RS (2009) Synchronized current oscillations of formic acid electro-oxidation in a microchip-based dual-electrode flow cell. Electrochimica Acta 55(2):395-403. PDF
57. Kiss IZ, Pelster L, Wickramasinghe M, & Yablonsky G (2009) Frequency of negative differential resistance electrochemical oscillators: theory and experiments. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 11(27):5720-5728. PDF
58. Rusin CG, Kiss IZ, Kori H, & Hudson JL (2009) Framework for Engineering the Collective Behavior of Complex Rhythmic Systems. Ind Eng Chem Res 48(21):9416-9422. PDF
59. Komalapriya C, Romano MC, Thiel M, Marwan N, Kurths J, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2010) An automated algorithm for the generation of dynamically reconstructed trajectories. Chaos 20(1):013107. PDF
60. Nawrath J, Romano MC, Thiel M, Kiss IZ, Wickramasinghe M, Timmer J, Kurths J, & Schelter B (2010) Distinguishing Direct from Indirect Interactions in Oscillatory Networks with Multiple Time Scales. Phys Rev Lett 104(3):038701.PDF
61. Rusin CG, Kori H, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2010) Synchronization engineering: tuning the phase relationship between dissimilar oscillators using nonlinear feedback. Philos T R Soc A 368(1918):2189-2204.PDF
62. Zhai Y, Kiss IZ, Kori H, & Hudson JL (2010) Desynchronization and clustering with pulse stimulations of coupled electrochemical relaxation oscillators. Physica D 239(11):848-856.PDF
63. Harada T, Tanaka H-A, Hankins MJ, & Kiss IZ (2010) Optimal Waveform for the Entrainment of a Weakly Forced Oscillator. Phys Rev Lett 105(8):088301.PDF
64. Wickramasinghe M & Kiss IZ (2010) Effect of temperature on precision of chaotic oscillations in nickel electrodissolution. Chaos 20(2):023125.PDF
65. Rusin, C. G., Tokuda, I., Kiss, I. Z. & Hudson, J. L. Engineering of Synchronization and Clustering of a population of Chaotic Chemical Oscillators. Angew Chem Int Edit 50, 10212–10215 (2011).PDF
66. Wickramasinghe, M. & Kiss, I.Z. Phase synchronization of three locally coupled chaotic electrochemical oscillators: Enhanced phase diffusion and identification of indirect coupling. Phys Rev E 83, 016210 (2011).PDF
67. Selimovic, A., Johnson, A.S., Kiss, I.Z. & Martin, R.S. Use of epoxy-embedded electrodes to integrate electrochemical detection with microchip-based analysis systems. Electrophoresis 32, 822–831 (2011).PDF
68. Cioffi, A.G., Martin, R.S. & Kiss, I.Z. Electrochemical Oscillations of Nickel Electrodissolution in an Epoxy-Based Microchip Flow Cell. J Electroanal Chem 659, 92–100 (2011).PDF
69. Wickramasinghe, M., Mrugacz, E.M. & Kiss, I.Z. Dynamics of electrochemical oscillators with electrode size disparity: Asymmetrical coupling and anomalous phase synchronization. Phys Chem Chem Phys 13, 15483–15491 (2011).PDF
70. Schroder, S., Herzog, E. D. & Kiss, I. Z. Transcription-Based Oscillator Model for Light-Induced Splitting as Antiphase Circadian Gene Expression in the Suprachiasmatic Nuclei. J Biol Rhythms 27, 79–90 (2012). PDF
71. Jia Y & Kiss IZ (2012) Spontaneously synchronized electrochemical micro-oscillators with nickel electrodissolution. J Phys Chem C 116(36):19290-19299.PDF
72. Kiss IZ, Sitta E, & Varela H (2012) On the Limit of Frequency of Electrochemical Oscillators and Its Relationship to Kinetic Parameters. J. Phys. Chem. C 116(17):9561-9567.PDF
73. Urvölgyi M, Gaspar V, Nagy T, & Kiss IZ (2012) Quantitative dynamical relationships for the effect of rotation rate on frequency and waveform of electrochemical oscillations. Chem Eng Sci 83:56-65.PDF
74. Zou Y, Donner RV, Wickramasinghe M, Kiss IZ, Small M, & Kurths J (2012) Phase coherence and attractor geometry of chaotic electrochemical oscillators. Chaos 22(3):033130.PDF
75. Tokuda IT, Wickramasinghe M, & Kiss IZ (2013) Detecting connectivity of small, dense oscillator networks from dynamical measurements based on a phase modeling approach. Phys. Lett. A 377(31-33):1862-1867.PDF
76. Wickramasinghe M & Kiss IZ (2013) Synchronization of electrochemical oscillators with differential coupling. Phys. Rev. E 88(6):062911.PDF
77. Wickramasinghe M & Kiss IZ (2013) Spatially organized dynamical states in chemical oscillator networks: synchronization, dynamical differentiation, and chimera patterns. PLoS One 8(11):e80586.PDF
78. Wickramasinghe M & Kiss IZ (2014) Spatially organized partial synchronization through the chimera mechanism in a network of electrochemical reactions. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 16(34):18360-18369. PDF
79. Zlotnik A, Chen Y, Kiss IZ, Tanaka HA, & Li JS (2013) Optimal waveform for fast entrainment of weakly forced nonlinear oscillators. Phys. Rev. Lett. 111(2):024102. PDF
80. Birzu A, Coleman J, & Kiss IZ (2014) Highly disparate activity regions due to non-uniform potential distribution in microfluidic devices: Simulations and experiments. J. Electroanal. Chem. 726:27-35. PDF
81. Eroglu D, Peron TKD, Marwan N, Rodrigues FA, Costa LdF, Sebek M, Kiss IZ, & Kurths J (2014) Entropy of weighted recurrence plots. Phys. Rev. E 90(4):042919. PDF
82. Hankins MJ, Nagy T, & Kiss IZ (2013) Methodology for a nullcline-based model from direct experiments: Applications to electrochemical reaction models. Computers and Mathematics with Applications 65(10):1633-1644. PDF
83. Kori H, Kuramoto Y, Jain S, Kiss IZ, & Hudson JL (2014) Clustering in globally coupled oscillators near a Hopf bifurcation: Theory and experiments. Phys. Rev. E 89(6):062906. PDF
84. Birzu A, Coleman J, Kiss IZ (2014) Highly disparate activity regions due to non-uniform potential distribution in microfluidic devices: Simulations and experiments. J. Electroanal. Chem. 726:27–35. PDF
85. Sitta E, Nagao R, Kiss IZ, Varela H (2015) Impact of the Alkali Cation on the Oscillatory Electro-Oxidation of Ethylene Glycol on Platinum. J. Phys. Chem. C. 119:1464–1472.PDF
86. Birzu A, Jia Y, Sankuratri V, Liu Y, Kiss IZ (2015) Spatially Distributed Current Oscillations with Electrochemical Reactions in Microfluidic Flow Cells. ChemPhysChem 16:555–566.PDF
87. Herzog ED, Kiss IZ, Mazuski C (2015) Measuring synchrony in the mammalian central circadian circuit. Methods in Enzymology 552:3–22.PDF
88. Zou W, et al. (2015) Restoration of rhythmicity in diffusively coupled dynamical networks. Nat Commun 6:7709.PDF
89. Jia Y, Bi A, Selimovic A, Martin RS, Kiss IZ (2015) Periodic and complex waveform current oscillations of copper electrodissolution in phosphoric acid in an epoxy-based microchip flow cell. J Solid State Electrochem 19(11):3241–3251.PDF
90. Birzu A, Kiss IZ (2015) Asymmetrical multiphase front propagation and localized oscillations in a reaction-migration iron electrodissolution model with microfluidic flow cell geometry. J Solid State Electrochem 19(11):3229–3240.PDF
91. Nagy T, Verner E, Gáspár V, Kori H, Kiss IZ (2015) Delayed feedback induced multirhythmicity in the oscillatory electrodissolution of copper. Chaos 25(6):064608.PDF
92. Kiss IZ, Pojman JA (2015) Introduction to Focus Issue: Oscillations and Dynamic Instabilities in Chemical Systems: Dedicated to Irving R. Epstein on occasion of his 70th birthday. Chaos 25(6):064201.PDF
93. Tanaka H-A, Nishikawa I, Kurths J, Chen Y, Kiss IZ (2015) Optimal synchronization of oscillatory chemical reactions with complex pulse, square, and smooth waveforms signals maximizes Tsallis entropy. Europhys Lett 111(5):50007.PDF
94. Wickramasinghe M, Kiss IZ (2016) Nonlinear Behavior of Nickel Dissolution in Sulfuric Acid in a Cathode-Anode Cell Configuration: Effect of Cathode Area. J Electrochem Soc 163(14):H1171–H1178. PDF
95. Kouvaris NE, Sebek M, Mikhailov AS, Kiss IZ (2016) Self-Organized Stationary Patterns in Networks of Bistable Chemical Reactions. Angew Chem 128(42):13461–13464. PDF
96. Nagao R, Zou W, Kurths J, Kiss IZ (2016) Restoring oscillatory behavior from amplitude death with anti-phase synchronization patterns in networks of electrochemical oscillations. Chaos, 26(9):094808–11. PDF
97. Zlotnik A, Nagao R, Kiss IZ, Li J-S (2016) Phase-selective entrainment of nonlinear oscillator ensembles. Nat Commun 7:10788. PDF
98. Sebek M, Tönjes R, Kiss IZ (2016) Complex Rotating Waves and Long Transients in a Ring Network of Electrochemical Oscillators with Sparse Random Cross-Connections. Phys Rev Lett 116(6):068701. PDF
99. Hankins MJ, Yablonsky GS, Kiss IZ (2017) Dual kinetic curves in reversible electrochemical systems. Plos One 12(3):e0173786.PDF
100. Jia Y, Kiss IZ (2017) Decoding Network Structure in On-Chip Integrated Flow Cells with Synchronization of Electrochemical Oscillators. Sci Rep 7:46027.PDF
101. Kouvaris NE, Sebek M, Iribarne A, Díaz-Guilera A, Kiss IZ (2017) Stationary patterns in star networks of bistable units: Theory and application to chemical reactions. Phys Rev E 95(4):042203.PDF
102. Zou W, Sebek M, Kiss IZ, Kurths J (2017) Revival of oscillations from deaths in diffusively coupled nonlinear systems: Theory and experiment. Chaos 27(6):061101.PDF
103. Ferreira MT, Follmann R, Domingues MO, Macau EEN, Kiss IZ (2017) Experimental phase synchronization detection in non-phase coherent chaotic systems by using the discrete complex wavelet approach. Chaos 27(8):083122–12. PDF
104. Bick C, Sebek M, Kiss IZ (2017) Robust Weak Chimeras in Oscillator Networks with Delayed Linear and Quadratic Interactions. Phys Rev Lett 119(16):168301.PDF
105. Hankins MJ, Wickramasinghe M, Kiss IZ (2017) Synchronization of current oscillations in a dual-anode dissolution reaction in the presence of a common cathode electrode. Electrochimica Acta 252:76–83. PDF
106. Kiss IZ (2018) Synchronization engineering. Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering 21:1–9.PDF
107. Liu Y, Sebek M, Mori F, Kiss IZ (2018) Synchronization of three electrochemical oscillators: From local to global coupling. Chaos 28(4):045104.PDF
108. Kori H, Kiss IZ, Jain S, Hudson JL (2018) Partial synchronization of relaxation oscillators with repulsive coupling in autocatalytic integrate-and-fire model and electrochemical experiments. Chaos 28(4):045111.PDF
109. Kevrekidis YG, Kiss IZ, Kori H, Krischer K (2018) Introduction to Focus Issue: In Memory of John L. Hudson: Self-Organized Structures in Chemical Systems. Chaos 28(4):045001.PDF
110. Jia Y, Kiss IZ (2018) Unidirectional Negative Coupling Induced Dynamical Patterns in an Epoxy-Based Dual-Electrode Microchip Flow Cell. J Electrochem Soc 165(7):H374–H384.PDF
111. Sebek M, Kiss IZ (2018) Spatiotemporal Patterns on a Ring Network of Oscillatory Electrochemical Reaction with Negative Global Feedback. Israel Journal of Chemistry 58(6):753–761.PDF
112. Bomela WB, Dasanayake IS, Li J-S, Chen Y, Kiss IZ (2018) Optimal Phase-to-Phase Control of Chemical Oscillations. Ind Eng Chem Res 57(23):7764–7770.PDF
113. Omel'chenko OE, Sebek M, Kiss IZ (2018) Universal relations of local order parameters for partially synchronized oscillators. Phys Rev E 97(6):062207.PDF
114. Dahlhaus R, Kiss IZ, Neddermeyer JC (2018) On the Relationship between the Theory of Cointegration and the Theory of Phase Synchronization. Statist Sci 33(3):334–357.PDF
115. Wang S, Herzog ED, Kiss IZ, Schwartz, WJ, Bloch G, Sebek M, Granados-Fuentes D, Wang L, Li Jr-S (2018) Inferring dynamic topology for decoding spatiotemporal structures in complex heterogeneous networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115(37):9300–9305.PDF