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Walther JH, Mezic I, Muller SD, Koumoutsakos P.  2004.  Transverse momentum micromixer optimization with evolution strategies. COMPUTERS & FLUIDS. 33:521-531.
Wang F-Y, Doyle, III FJ, Litster JD, Cameron IT, Sanders CFW, Poon JM-H, Stepanek F, Ramachandran R, Glaser T, Immanuel CD.  2009.  Experimental validation studies on a multi-dimensional and multi-scale population balance model of batch granulation. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE. 64:775-786.
Wang X, Simons S.  2015.  Ubiquitous Subdifferentials, r(L)-density and Maximal Monotonicity. SET-VALUED AND VARIATIONAL ANALYSIS. 23:631-642.
Wang F-Y, Doyle, III FJ, Litster JD, Cameron IT, Sanders CFW, Poon JM-H, Stepanek F, Ramachandran R, Glaser T, Immanuel CD.  2008.  Experimental studies on distributions of granule size, binder content and porosity in batch drum granulation: Inferences on process modelling requirements and process sensitivities. POWDER TECHNOLOGY. 188:89-101.
Ward JD, Doherty MF, MELLICHAMP DA.  2006.  Insight from economically optimal steady-state operating policies for dynamic plantwide control. INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH. 45:1343-1353.
Ward JD, Doherty MF, MELLICHAMP DA.  2005.  Novel reactor temperature and recycle flow rate policies for optimal process operation in the plantwide context. INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH. 44:6729-6740.
Ward JD, Doherty MF, MELLICHAMP DA.  2006.  Choosing an operating policy for seeded batch crystallization. AICHE JOURNAL. 52:2046-2054.
Ward JD, Doherty MF, MELLICHAMP DA.  2004.  Importance of process chemistry in selecting the operating policy for plants with recycle. INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH. 43:3957-3971.
Warrier D, Madhow U.  2002.  Spectrally efficient noncoherent communication. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION THEORY. 48:651-668.
Whitesides GM, Stroock AD, Ajdari A, Mezic I, Stone HA, Dertinger SKW.  2002.  Chaotic mixer for microchannels. SCIENCE. 295:647-651.
Widmer L.A, Stelling J., Doyle, III F.J.  2013.  Note: Parameter-independent bounding of the stochastic Michaelis-Menten steady-state intrinsic noise variance. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS. 139
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2016.  Analytical Bounds on the Critical Coupling Strength in a Population of Heterogeneous Biological Oscillators. Proceedings of the American Control Conference. :5772-5778.
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2014.  An Energy-Optimal Methodology for Synchronization of Excitable Media. SIAM JOURNAL ON APPLIED DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS. 13:944-957.
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2014.  An Energy-Optimal Approach for Entrainment of Uncertain Circadian Oscillators. BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL. 107:1744-1755.
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2015.  Determining individual phase response curves from aggregate population data. PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 92
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2014.  Locally optimal extracellular stimulation for chaotic desynchronization of neural populations. JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE. 37:243-257.
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2016.  Isostable reduction of periodic orbits. PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 94
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2015.  Extending Phase Reduction to Excitable Media: Theory and Applications. SIAM REVIEW. 57:201-222.
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2014.  Optimal Chaotic Desynchronization for Neural Populations. SIAM JOURNAL ON APPLIED DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS. 13:276-305.
Wilson D, Faramarzi S, Tinsley MR, Moehlis J, Snari R, Showalter K, Netoff TIvan.  2015.  Desynchronization of stochastically synchronized chemical oscillators. CHAOS. 25
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2014.  A Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman approach for termination of seizure-like bursting. JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE. 37:345-355.
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2016.  Toward a More Efficient Implementation of Antifibrillation Pacing. PLOS ONE. 11
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2015.  Clustered Desynchronization from High-Frequency Deep Brain Stimulation. PLOS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY. 11
Wilson D, Moehlis J.  2017.  Spatiotemporal control to eliminate cardiac alternans using isostable reduction. PHYSICA D-NONLINEAR PHENOMENA. 342:32-44.