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M. Farazmand, T. Sapsis, A variational approach to probing extreme events in turbulent dynamical systems (2017). Submitted [pdf]Extreme events, Turbulent Systems
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S. Mowlavi, T. Sapsis, Model order reduction for stochastic dynamical systems with continuous symmetries (2017). Submitted [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order Reduction
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H. -K. JooM. Mohamad, T. Sapsis, Extreme events and their optimal mitigation in nonlinear structural systems excited by stochastic loads: Application to ocean engineering systems (2017). Submitted [pdf]Extreme events, Random vibrations
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A. Blanchard, T. Sapsis, A. Vakakis, Non-reciprocity in nonlinear elastodynamics (2017). SubmittedNonlinear waves
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H. -K. JooM. Mohamad, T. Sapsis, Heavy-tailed response of structural systems subjected to extreme forcing events (2017). Submitted [pdf]Extreme events, Random vibrations
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H. BabaeeM. Farazmand, G. Haller, T. Sapsis, Reduced-order description of transient instabilities and computation of finite-time Lyapunov exponents (2017). Chaos, In Press. [pdf]Extreme events, Order Reduction
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J.M. Kluger, A.H. Slocum, and T. Sapsis, Ring-based stiffening flexure applied as a load cell with high resolution and large force range (2017). Journal of Mechanical Design, In Press. [pdf]Nonlinear load cells
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M. Farazmand, T. Sapsis, Reduced-order prediction of rogue waves in two dimensional water waves (2017). Journal of Computational Physics340 (2017) 418-434. [pdf]Extreme events, Nonlinear waves
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Z. Y. Wan, T. Sapsis, Reduced-space Gaussian process regression for data-driven probabilistic forecast of chaotic dynamical systemsPhysica D, 345 (2017) 40-55. [pdf]Data driven modeling, Turbulent systems
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O. Gendelman, T. Sapsis, Energy exchange and localization in essentially nonlinear oscillatory systems: Canonical formalismASME Journal of Applied Mechanics84 (2017) 011009 (9 pages). [pdf]Nonlinear vibrations
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M. Farazmand, T. Sapsis, Dynamical indicators for the prediction of bursting phenomena in high-dimensional systemsPhysical Review E94 (2016) 032212 (15 pages). [pdf] Featured on the Physical Review E: Kaleidoscope.Extreme events, Order reduction, Turbulent systems
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M. MohamadW. Cousins, T. Sapsis, A probabilistic decomposition-synthesis method for the quantification of rare events due to internal instabilitiesJournal of Computational Physics322 (2016) 288-308. [pdf]Extreme events, Nonlinear waves
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M. Mohamad, T. Sapsis, Probabilistic response and rare events in Mathieu's equation under correlated parametric excitationOcean Engineering Journal120 (2016) 289-297. [pdf]Extreme events, Nonlinear vibrations
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H. Babaee, T. Sapsis, A minimization principle for the description of time-dependent modes associated with transient instabilitiesProceedings of the Royal Society A472 (2016) 20150779 (27 pages). [pdf] Featured on the journal's cover page.Extreme events, Order reduction, Turbuelent systems
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W. Cousins, T. Sapsis, Reduced order precursors of rare events in unidirectional nonlinear water wavesJournal of Fluid Mechanics, 790 (2016) 368-388. [pdf] Featured as MIT spotlight. Reported by The Economist.Extreme events, Nonlinear waves
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H. -K. Joo, T. Sapsis, A moment-equation-copula-closure method for nonlinear vibrational systems subjected to correlated noiseProbabilistic Engineering Mechanics46 (2016) 120-132. [pdf]Uncertainty quantification, Random vibrations
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J. Kluger, T. Sapsis, A. Slocum, A high-resolution and large force-range load cell by means of nonlinear cantilever beamsPrecision Engineering43 (2016) 241-256. [pdf]Nonlinear load cells
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M. Mohamad, T. Sapsis, Probabilistic description of extreme events in intermittently unstable dynamical systems excited by correlated stochastic processesSIAM/ASA Journal on Uncertainty Quantification3 (2015) 709-736. [pdf]Extreme events, Turbulent systems
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W. Cousins, T. Sapsis, The unsteady evolution of localized unidirectional deep water wave groupsPhysical Review E91 (2015) 063204 (5 pages). [pdf]Extreme events, Nonlinear waves
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J. Kluger, T. Sapsis, A. Slocum, Robust energy harvesting from walking vibrations by means of nonlinear cantilever beamsJournal of Sound and Vibration341 (2015) 174-194. [pdf]Random vibrations, Energy harvesting
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H. -K. Joo, T. Sapsis, Closure schemes for nonlinear bistable systems subjected to correlated Noise: Applications to energy harvesting from water wavesJournal of Ocean and Wind Energy2 (2015) 65-72. [pdf]Random vibrations, Energy harvesting
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A. Petsakou, T. Sapsis, J. Blau, Circadian rhythms in Rho1 activity regulate neuronal plasticity and network hierarchyCell162 (2015) 1-13. [pdf]Biology, Geometrical Modeling
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A. Majda, D. Qi, T. Sapsis, Blended particle filters for large dimensional chaotic dynamical systemsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences111 (2014) 7511-7516. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction, Turbulent systems
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W. Cousins, T. Sapsis, Quantification and prediction of extreme events in a one-dimensional nonlinear dispersive wave model, Physica D280-281 (2014) 48-58. [pdf]Extreme events, Nonlinear waves
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H.-K. Joo, T. Sapsis, Performance measures for single-degree-of-freedom energy harvesters under stochastic excitationJournal of Sound and Vibration313 (2014) 4695-4710. [pdf]Nonlinear vibrations, Energy harvesting
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M. Choi, T. Sapsis, G. E. Karniadakis, On the equivalence of dynamically orthogonal and dynamically bi-orthogonal methods: Theory and numerical simulationsJournal of Computational Physics270 (2014) 1-20. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction
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K. Remick, H.-K. Joo, D.M. McFarland, T. Sapsis, L. Bergman, D.D. Quinn, A. Vakakis, Sustained high-frequency energy harvesting through a strongly nonlinear electromechanical system under single and repeated impulsive excitationsJournal of Sound and Vibration333 (2014) 3214-3235. [pdf]Nonlinear vibrations, Energy harvesting
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T. Sapsis, A. Majda, Statistically accurate low order models for uncertainty quantification in turbulent dynamical systemsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences110 (2013) 13705-13710.[pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction, Turbulent systems
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K. Remick, A. Vakakis, L. Bergman, D. M. McFarland, D. D. Quinn, T. Sapsis, Sustained high-frequency dynamic instability of a nonlinear system of coupled oscillators forced by single or repeated impulses: Theoretical and experimental results, ASME Journal of Vibration & Acoustics136 (2013) 011013 (15 pages). [pdf]Nonlinear Vibrations, Energy harvesting
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T. Sapsis, A. Majda, Blending modified Gaussian closure and non-Gaussian reduced subspace methods for turbulent dynamical systemsJournal of Nonlinear Science23 (2013) 1039 (33 pages). [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction, Turbulent systems
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T. Sapsis, A. Majda, Blended reduced subspace algorithms for uncertainty quantification of quadratic systems with a stable mean statePhysica D258 (2013) 61-76. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction
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T. Sapsis, Attractor local dimensionality, nonlinear energy transfers, and finite-time instabilities in stochastic dynamical systems with applications to 2D fluid flowsProceedings of the Royal Society A469 (2013) 20120550 (23 pages). [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction, Chaotic flows
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T. Sapsis, A. Majda, A statistically accurate modified quasilinar Gaussian closure for uncertainty quantification in turbulent dynamical systemsPhysica D252 (2013) 34-45. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction, Turbulent systems
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T. Sapsis, and H. A. Dijkstra, Interaction of additive noise and nonlinear dynamics in the double-gyre wind-driven ocean circulation, Journal of Physical Oceanography43 (2013) 366-381. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction, Chaotic flows
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T. Sapsis, M. Ueckermann, P. Lermusiaux, Global analysis of Navier-Stokes and Boussinesq stochastic flows using dynamical orthogonality, Journal of Fluid Mechanics734 (2013) 83-113. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction, Chaotic flows
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M. Choi, T. Sapsis, G. E. Karniadakis, A convergence study for SPDEs using combined polynomial chaos and dynamically-orthogonal schemesJournal of Computational Physics245 (2013) 281-301. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction
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M. Ueckermann, P. Lermusiaux, T. Sapsis, Numerical schemes for dynamically orthogonal equations of stochastic fluid and ocean flowsJournal of Computational Physics233 (2013) 272-294. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction, Chaotic flows
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D. Venturi, T. Sapsis, H. Cho, and G. E. Karniadakis, A computable evolution equation for the joint response-excitation probability density function of stochastic dynamical systemsProceedings of the Royal Society A468 (2012) 759 (25 pages). [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Correlated excitation
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T. Sapsis & P. Lermusiaux, Dynamical criteria for the evolution of the stochastic dimensionality in flows with uncertainty, Physica D241 (2012) 60-76. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Order reduction, Chaotic flows
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T. Sapsis, D. Quinn, A. Vakakis, & L. Bergman, Effective stiffening and damping enhancement of structures with strongly nonlinear local attachmentsASME Journal of Vibration & Acoustics134 (2012) 011016 (12 pages). [pdf]Nonlinear vibrations
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T. Sapsis, N. Ouellette, J. Gollub, & G. Haller, Neutrally buoyant particle dynamics in fluid flows: Comparison of Experiments with Lagrangian stochastic modelsPhysics of Fluids23 (2011) 093304 (15 pages).[pdf]Finite size particles
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G. Haller & T. Sapsis, Lagrangian coherent structures and the smallest finite-time Lyapunov exponentChaos21 (2011) 023115 (7 pages). [pdf]Lagrangian Coherent Structures
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T. Sapsis, J. Peng, & G. Haller, Instabilities on prey dynamics in jellyfish feedingBulletin of Mathematical Biology73 (2011) 1841-1856. [pdf]Finite size particles
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T. Sapsis, A. Vakakis, & L. Bergman, Effect of stochasticity on targeted energy transfer from a linear medium to a strongly nonlinear attachmentProbabilistic Engineering Mechanics26 (2011) 119-133. [pdf]Nonlinear Vibrations, Random Vibrations
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O. Gendelman, T. Sapsis, A. Vakakis, L. Bergman, Enhanced passive targeted energy transfer in strongly nonlinear mechanical oscillatorsJournal of Sound and Vibration330 (2011) 1-8. [pdf]Nonlinear Vibrations
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T. Sapsis & A. Vakakis, Subharmonic orbits of a strongly nonlinear oscillator forced by closely spaced harmonicsJournal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics6 (2011) 011014 (10 pages).[pdf]Nonlinear Vibrations
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T. Sapsis & G. Haller, Clustering criterion for inertial particles in 2D time-periodic and 3D steady flows, Chaos20 (2010) 017515 (11 pages). [pdf]Finite size particles
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G. Haller & T. Sapsis, Localized instability and attraction along invariant manifoldsSIAM Journal of Applied Dynamical Systems9 (2010) 611-633. [pdf]Finite size particles
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T. Sapsis & P. Lermusiaux, Dynamically orthogonal field equations for continuous stochastic dynamical systemsPhysica D238 (2009) 2347-2360. [pdf]Uncertainty quantification, Order reduction, Chaotic fluid flows
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T. Sapsis & G. Haller, Inertial particle dynamics in a hurricane, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences66 (2009) 2481-2492. [pdf]Finite size particles
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T. Sapsis, A. Vakakis, O. Gendelman, L. Bergman, G. Kerschen, & D. Quinn. Efficiency of targeted energy transfers in coupled nonlinear oscillators associated with 1:1 resonance captures: Part II, analytical study, Journal of Sound and Vibration325 (2009) 297-320. [pdf]Nonlinear Vibrations
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T. Sapsis & G. Haller, Instabilities in the dynamics of neutrally buoyant particles, Physics of Fluids20(2008) 017102 (7 pages). [pdf]Finite size particles
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G. Haller, T. Sapsis, Where do inertial particles go in fluid flows?, Physica D237 (2008) 573-583. [pdf]Finite size particles
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T. Sapsis & G. Athanassoulis, New partial differential equations governing the response-excitation joint probability distributions of nonlinear systems under general stochastic excitationProbabilistic Engineering Mechanics23 (2008) 289-306. [pdf]Uncertainty Quantification, Correlated excitation
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D. Quinn, O. Gendelman, G. Kerschen, T. Sapsis, L. Bergman, & A. Vakakis. Efficiency of targeted energy transfers in coupled nonlinear oscillators associated with 1:1 resonance aaptures: Part IJournal of Sound and Vibration311 (2008) 1228-1248. [pdf]Nonlinear Vibrations