1. Machine-Learning–Based Forecasting of Dengue Fever in Brazilian Cities Using Epidemiologic and Meteorological Variables, K Roster, C Connaughton, FA Rodrigues, American Journal of Epidemiology 191 (10), 1803-1812, 2022.
  2. The drivers of systemic risk in financial networks: a data-driven machine learning analysis, M Alexandre, TC Silva, C Connaughton, FA Rodrigues, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 153, 111588, 2021.
  3. Assessment of reward functions in reinforcement learning for multi-modal urban traffic control under real-world limitations, AC Egea, C Connaughton, 2021 IEEE International Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC), 2095-2102, 2021.
  4. Estimating the causal effect of mobility on Dengue during the COVID-19 pandemic, K Roster, C Connaughton, FA Rodrigues, International Journal of Epidemiology 50, dyab168. 573, 2021.
  5. Dynamic and interpretable hazard-based models of traffic incident durations, K Kalair, C Connaughton, Frontiers in Future Transportation 2, 15, 2021.
  6. Anomaly detection and classification in traffic flow data from fluctuations in the flow–density relationship, K Kalair, C Connaughton, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 127, 103178, 2021.
  7. A non-parametric Hawkes process model of primary and secondary accidents on a UK smart motorway, K Kalair, C Connaughton, P Alaimo Di Loro, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 70(1), 80-97, 2021.
  8. Narrative structure of A Song of Ice and Fire creates a fictional world with realistic measures of social complexity, T Gessey-Jones, C Connaughton, R Dunbar, R Kenna, P MacCarron, Cathal O’Conchobhair, Joseph Yose, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (46), 28582-28588, 2020.
  9. Assessment of reward functions for reinforcement learning traffic signal control under real-world limitations, AC Egea, S Howell, M Knutins, C Connaughton, 2020 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC) , 965-972, 2020.
  10. Discovering causal factors of drought in Ethiopia, M Noorbakhsh, C Connaughton, FA Rodrigues, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Climate Informatics, 72-78, 2020.
  11. Wavelet Augmented Regression Profiling (WARP): improved long-term estimation of travel time series with recurrent congestion, AC Egea, C Connaughton, 2020 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), 1-7, 2020.
  12. Disease and information spreading at different speeds in multiplex networks, F Velásquez-Rojas, PC Ventura, C Connaughton, Y Moreno, FA Rodrigues, F Vazquez, Physical Review E 102 (2), 022312, 2020.
  13. Role of zero clusters in exchange-driven growth with and without input, E Esenturk, C Connaughton, Physical Review E 101 (5), 052134, 2020.
  14. Epidemic spreading with awareness and different timescales in multiplex networks, PCV da Silva, F Velásquez-Rojas, C Connaughton, F Vazquez, Y Moreno, FA Rodrigues, Physical review E 100 (3), 032313, 2019.
  15. Estimating baseline travel times for the UK strategic road network, AC Egea, P de Ford, C Connaughton, 2018 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), 531-536, 2018.
  16. Large Scale Performance Assessment of the Lighthill-Whitham-Richards Model on a Smart Motorway, K Kalair, C Connaughton, 2018 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), 3718-3723, 2018.
  17. Micro electronic systems via multifunctional additive manufacturing, J Li, T Wasley, D Ta, J Shephard, J Stringer, PJ Smith, E Esenturk, C. Connaughton, R. Harris, R. Kay, Rapid Prototyping Journal 24 (4), 752-763, 2018.
  18. Stationary mass distribution and nonlocality in models of coalescence and shattering, C Connaughton, A Dutta, R Rajesh, N Siddharth, O Zaboronski, Physical Review E 97 (2), 022137, 2018.
  19. A. Woolcock, C. Connaughton, Y. Merali, and F. Vazquez. Fitness voter model: damped oscillations and anomalous consensus. Phys. Rev. E, 96:032313, 2017.
  20. C. Connaughton, A. Dutta, R. Rajesh, and O. Zaboronski. Universality properties of steady driven coagulation with collisional evaporation. EPL Europhys. Lett., 117(1):10002, 2017.
  21. J. Li, T. Wasley, T. T. Nguyen, V. D. Ta, J. D. Shephard, J. Stringer, P. Smith, E. Esenturk, C. Connaughton, and R. Kay. Hybrid additive manufacturing of 3d electronic systems. J. Micromech. Microeng., 26(10):105005, 2016.
  22. J. Stringer, T. M. Althagathi, C. W. Christopher, J. D. Shephard, E. Esenturk, C. Connaughton, T. J. Wasley, J. Li, R. W. Kay, P. J. Smith, et al. Integration of additive manufacturing and inkjet printed electronics: a potential route to parts with embedded multifunctionality. Manufacturing Rev., 3:12, 2016.
  23. A. Dunn, T. J. Wasley, J. Li, R. W. Kay, J. Stringer, P. J Smith, E. Esenturk, C. Con- naughton, J.D. Shephard, et al. Laser textured surface gradients. Appl. Surface Sci., 371:583-589, 2016.
  24. D. Ta, R. Carter, E. Esenturk, C. Connaughton, J. Stringer, P. Smith, T. Wasley, J. Li, R. Kay, and J. Shephard. Dynamically controlled deposition of colloidal nanoparticles suspension in evaporating drops using laser radiation. Soft Matter, 12(20):4530-4536, 2016.
  25. B. Collyer, C. Connaughton, and D. Lockerby. Importance Sampling Variance Reduction for the Fokker-Planck Rarefied Gas Particle Method . J. Comp. Phys., 325:116-128, 2016.
  26. D. V. Ta, A. Dunn, T. J. Wasley, R. W. Kay, J. Stringer, P. J. Smith, E. Esenturk, C. Connaughton, and J. D. Shephard. Laser textured surface gradients. Appl. Surface Sci., 371:583-589, 2016.
  27. D. V. Ta, A. Dunn, T. J. Wasley, R. W. Kay, J. Stringer, P. J. Smith, E. Esenturk, C. Connaughton, and J. D. Shephard. Laser textured superhydrophobic surfaces and their applications for homogeneous spot deposition. Appl. Surface Sci., 365:153-159, 2016.
  28. G. Bel, C. Connaughton, M. Toots, and M. M. Bandi. Grid-scale fluctuations and forecast error in wind power. New J. Phys., 18(2):023015, 2016.
  29. C. Connaughton, S. Nazarenko, and B. Quinn. Rossby and drift wave turbulence and zonal flows: The Charney-Hasegawa-Mima model and its extensions. Phys. Reports, 604:1-71, 2015.
  30. D. V. Ta, A. Dunn, T. J.Wasley, R.W. Kay, J. Stringer, P. J. Smith, C. Connaughton, and J. D. Shephard. Nanosecond laser textured superhydrophobic metallic surfaces and their chemical sensing applications. Appl. Surface Sci., 357:248-254, 2015.
  31. Y.-X. Chau, C. Connaughton, and S. G. Grosskinsky. Explosive condensation in symmetric mass transport models. J. Stat. Mech. Theory E., 2015(11):P11031, 2015.
  32. K. L. Harper, S. V. Nazarenko, S. B. Medvedev, and C. Connaughton. Wave turbulence in the two-layer ocean model. J. Fluid Mech., 756:309-327, 2014.
  33. N. Peremezhney, C. Connaughton, A. Lapkin, and E. Hines. Combining Gaussian processes, mutual information and a genetic algorithm for multi-target optimization of expensive-to-evaluate functions. Eng. Optimiz, 46(11):1593-1607, 2014.
  34. C. Connaughton, R. Rajesh, R. Tribe, and O. Zaboronski. Non-equilibrium phase diagram for a model with coalescence, evaporation and deposition. J. Stat. Phys., 152(6):1115-1144, 2013.
  35. J. Harris, C. Connaughton, and M. D. Bustamante. Percolation transition in the kinematics of nonlinear resonance broadening in Charney-Hasegawa-Mima model of Rossby wave turbulence. New J. Phys., 15:083011, 2013.
  36. P. P. Jones, R. C. Ball, and C. Connaughton. Nonlinear least-squares method for the inverse droplet coagulation problem. Phys. Rev. E, 88:012138, 2013.
  37. S. Gallagher, B. Hnat, C. Connaughton, S. Nazarenko, and G. Rowlands. The modulational instability in the extended Hasegawa-Mima equation with a finite Larmor radius. Phys. Plasmas, 19(12):122115-122115-10, 2012.
  38. N. Peremezhney, C. Connaughton, G. Unali, E. Hines, and A. Lapkin. Application of dimensionality reduction to visualisation of high-throughput data and building of a classification model in formulated consumer product design. Chem. Eng. Res. Des., 90(12):2179-2185, 2012.
  39. R. C. Ball, C. Connaughton, P. P. Jones, , R. Rajesh, and O. Zaboronski. Collective oscillations in irreversible coagulation driven by monomer inputs and largecluster outputs. Phys. Rev. Lett., 109:168304, 2012.
  40. C. Connaughton and J. R. Ockendon. Interactions of point vortices in the Zabusky-McWilliams model with a background flow. Discrete Cont. Dyn-B, 17(6):1795 – 1807, 2012.
  41. J. Harris, M. D. Bustamante, and C. Connaughton. Externally forced triads of resonantly interacting waves: Boundedness and integrability properties. Commun. Nonlinear Sci, 17(12):4988-5006, 2012.
  42. P. L. Krapivsky and C. Connaughton. Driven Brownian coagulation of polymers. J. Chem. Phys., 136:204901, 2012.
  43. W. J. T. Bos, C. Connaughton, and F. Godeferd. Developing homogeneous isotropic turbulence. Physica D, 241(3):232-236, 2012.
  44. C. Connaughton and P. P. Jones. Some remarks on the inverse Smoluchowski problem for cluster-cluster aggregation . J. Phys.: Conf. Ser., 333:012005, 2011.
  45. Connaughton, C., Nazarenko, S. V., and Quinn, B. E. Feedback of zonal flows on wave turbulence driven by small-scale instability in the Charney-Hasegawa- Mima model . EPL, 96(2):25001, 2011.
  46. R. C. Ball, C. Connaughton, T. H. M. Stein, and O. Zaboronski. Instantaneous gelation in Smoluchowski’s coagulation equation revisited. Phys. Rev. E, 84(1):011111, 2011.
  47. Connaughton, C. and McAdams, R. Mixed flux-equipartition solutions of a diffusion model of nonlinear cascades. EPL, 95(2):24005, 2011.
  48. C. Connaughton, R. Rajesh, and O. Zaboronski. On the non-equilibrium phase transition in evaporation-deposition models. J. Stat. Mech. Theor. E., page P09016, 2010.
  49. C. Connaughton and J. Harris. Scaling properties of one-dimensional cluster-cluster aggregation with L´evy diffusion. J. Stat. Mech.: Theor. E., 2010(05):P05003, 2010.
  50. C. Connaughton, B. Nadiga, S. V. Nazarenko, and B. E. Quinn. Modulational instability of Rossby and drift waves and the generation of zonal jets. J. Fluid Mech., 654:207-231, 2010.
  51. C. Connaughton and P.L. Krapivsky. Aggregation-fragmentation processes and decaying three-wave turbulence. Phys. Rev. E, 81:035303(R), 2010.
  52. C. Connaughton and A. C. Newell. Dynamical Scaling and the Finite Capacity Anomaly in 3-Wave Turbulence. Phys. Rev. E, 81:036303, 2010.
  53. M. Kirkilionis, F. Kepes, and C. Connaughton. European Conference on Complex Systems 2009 . Adv. Complex Sys., 13(3):251-252, 2010.
  54. C. Connaughton. Numerical Solutions of the Isotropic 3-Wave Kinetic Equation. Physica D, 238(23-24):2282-2297, 2009.
  55. M. M. Bandi, S. G. Chumakov, and C. Connaughton. Probability distribution of power fluctuations in turbulence. Phys. Rev. E, 79(1):016309, 2009.
  56. C. Connaughton, R. Rajesh, and O. Zaboronski. Constant Flux Relation for diffusion limited cluster-cluster aggregation. Phys. Rev. E, 78(041403), October 2008.
  57. M. M. Bandi and C. Connaughton. Craig’s XY-distribution and the statistics of Lagrangian power in two-dimensional turbulence. Phys. Rev. E, 77:036318, March 2008.
  58. C. Connaughton, R. Rajesh, and O. Zaboronski. Constant Flux Relation for models with desorption and fragmentation. Physica A, 384(1):108-114, October 2007.
  59. M. Chertkov, C Connaughton, I. Kolokolov, and V. Lebedev. Dynamics of energy condensation in two-dimensional turbulence. Phys. Rev. Lett., 99:084501, 2007.
  60. C. Connaughton, R. Rajesh, and O. Zaboronski. Constant Flux Relation for driven dissipative systems. Phys. Rev. Lett., 98:080601, 2007.
  61. C. Connaughton, R. Rajesh, and O. Zaboronski. Cluster-cluster aggregation as an analogue of a turbulent cascade : Kolmogorov phenomenology, scaling laws and the breakdown of self-similarity. Physica D, 222:97-115, 2006.
  62. C. Connaughton, C. Josserand, A. Picozzi, Y. Pomeau, and S. Rica. Condensation of classical nonlinear waves. Phys. Rev. Lett., 95:263901, 2005.
  63. C. Connaughton, R. Rajesh, and O. Zaboronski. Breakdown of Kolmogorov scaling in models of cluster aggregation. Phys. Rev. Lett., 94:194503, 2005.
  64. C. Connaughton, R. Rajesh, and O. Zaboronski. Stationary Kolmogorov solutions of the Smoluchowski aggregation equation with a source term. Phys. Rev. E, 69:061114, 2004.
  65. C. Connaughton and Y. Pomeau. Kinetic theory and Bose-Einstein condensation. C. R. Phys., 5(1):91-106, 2004.
  66. C. Connaughton and S.V. Nazarenko. Warm cascades and anomalous scaling in a diffusion model of turbulence. Phys. Rev. Lett., 92(4):044501, 2004.
  67. C. Connaughton, A.C. Newell, and Y. Pomeau. Non-stationary spectra of local wave turbulence. Physica D, 184(1-4):64-85, 2003.
  68. C. Connaughton, A.C. Newell, and S.V. Nazarenko. Dimensional analysis and wave turbulence. Physica D, 184(1-4):86-97, 2003.
  69. L. Biven, C. Connaughton, and A. C. Newell. Structure functions and breakdown criteria for wave turbulence. Physica D, 184(1-4):98-113, 2003.
  70. C. Connaughton, S.V. Nazarenko, and A.N. Pushkarev. Discreteness and quasi- resonances in weak turbulence of capillary waves. Phys. Rev. E, 63(4):046306, 2001.