Citations with the tag: ELECTRONICS -- Research
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- The ubiquitous electron.
Lubkin, Gloria B. // Physics Today; Oct97, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p25
Explores the electron's place as an elementary particle, as an enigma in condensed matter and as a multifaceted participant in research and technology. Report of J.J. Thompson regarding cathode rays; First elementary particle discovered and the first evidence of the existence of an elementary...
- Lonely electron.
Lubkin, Gloria B. // New Scientist; 03/22/97, Vol. 153 Issue 2074, p13
Reports on research led by Michael Pepper at the University of Cambridge which found that high-frequency sound waves transmitted through a gallium arsenide chip can pick up electrons as passengers.
- Do electrons have a past?
Gribbin, John // New Scientist; 12/4/93, Vol. 140 Issue 1902, p14
Reports on New Mexico physicists' attempts to show whether history for an electron existed at the quantum level, or simply a discreet set of memories. Testing the temporal equivalent of the `Bell inequalities'; Experiments to involve a sequence of controlled measurements on systems prepared...
- Imaging standing waves in a two-dimensional electron gas.
Crommie, M.F.; Lutz, C.P. // Nature; 6/10/1993, Vol. 363 Issue 6429, p524
Reports on the observation of standing-wave patterns in the local density of states of the Cu(111) surface. Using the scanning tunnelling microscope at low temperature; Differential conductance (dI/dV) measurements; Mapping out of spatial variations in the surface local density of states...
- Magnetic fields in superlattices.
Eaves, L. // Nature; 6/15/1989, Vol. 339 Issue 6225, p511
Discusses the technique of electrostatic gating to examine the electrical conductivity of a two-dimensional electron gas subjected to the combined effect of a magnetic field and a weak periodic potential. Developments in solid-state physics; Theoretical models.
- Anionic electron in electrides.
Dye, James L. // Nature; 9/2/1993, Vol. 365 Issue 6441, p10
Reports on the theoretical confirmation that electrons of electrides are trapped at the anionic site and not localized close to the cation. Research on the electride Cs+(15-crown-5)2e-; Calculation of electron densities and energy bands using known crystal structure and a collection of plane...
- IPC Announces Electronics Assembly Scholarship Fund.
Dye, James L. // Circuits Assembly; Mar2003, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p10
Reports on an announcement made by the IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries in Northbrook, Illinois regarding introduction of an IPC Electronics Assembly Scholarship Fund to support the electronics program of Curie Metropolitan High School in Chicago, Illinois. Reasons for choosing...
- BELL LABS REORGANIZES RESEARCH FOR MORE COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT.
Sweet, William // Physics Today; Jun91, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p97
This article focuses on the reorganization of the research operations at Bell Labs facility in Murray Hill, New Jersey. Probably the most important and certainly the most noticeable effect of the reorganization was the creation of a laboratory that is devoted specifically to silicon...
- Experiments probe the wavefunction of electron pairs in...
Levi, Barbara Goss // Physics Today; Jan96, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p19
Reports on an experiment to examine the wavefunction of electron pairs in high temperature superconductors. Technical information on test; Findings of other tests.
- Electronics research crippled as funding becomes a lottery.
Yeates, Harry; Mayhew-Smith, Alex // Electronics Weekly; 5/15/2002, Issue 2052, p1
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- Scientists in Europe debate the future of 0.1-MUm and...
Vollmer, Alfred // Electronic Design; 11/17/97, Vol. 45 Issue 25, p40
Presents the topics discussed during the European Solid-State Device Research Conference (ESSDERC '97) in Stuttgart, Germany. Discussion on the vertical integrated MOSFET by researchers from the University of Liverpool; Doping of semiconductors presented by researchers from the University of...
- Research Notes.
Vollmer, Alfred // Poptronics; Sep2002, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p11
Reports on developments in research activities related to electronics. Color of the cosmos; Escape of a robot taking part in a survival of fitness test; Participation of quasi androids on the RoboCup.
- Scientific research gets revamp.
Vollmer, Alfred // Electronics Weekly; 5/8/2002, Issue 2051, p5
Reports on the launch of Research Councils UK, a strategic partnership of Great Britain's grant-award research councils. Objective of the group; Its functions.
- Slow Recovery Ahead for PCB Market.
Vollmer, Alfred // Circuits Assembly; Jun2002, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p14
Presents findings from a study on the growth of printed circuit boards conducted by Market Intelligence Services in the U.S.
- Erratum: �Analytic model of electron pulse propagation in ultrafast electron diffraction experiments� [J. Appl. Phys. 99, 054908 (2006)].
Michalik, A. M.; Sipe, J. E. // Journal of Applied Physics; Jun2008, Vol. 103 Issue 12, p129901
This article presents a correction of a previously published paper on electron pulse propagation.
- Ultracold measurements reveal shape of the electron.
Michalik, A. M.; Sipe, J. E. // New Scientist; 5/28/2011, Vol. 210 Issue 2814, p17
The article reports on research conducted by Jony Hudson and colleagues at Imperial College London wherein they used ultracold molecules of ytterbium fluoride to reveal the shape of the electron.
- Excellence in design.
Ball, Nick // Electronics Weekly; 11/27/2002, Issue 2078, p24
Presents information on Alba Campus, a campus in Scotland dedicated for electronics research and design. Description of electronics research in Scotland; Importance of electronics; Goals of Alba Campus and the Alba initiative; Development of the global electronics industry; Significance of...
- RA looks to spend �2.5m on spectrum research.
Ball, Nick // Electronics Weekly; 12/4/2002, Issue 2079, p2
Presents information on the plan of the Radiocommunications Agency regarding a research on the improvement of radio spectrum efficiency. Background on the research; Aim of the research.
- MEDEA+ seeks funding for European EDA programme.
Manners, David // Electronics Weekly; 12/4/2002, Issue 2079, p6
Reports on the need for funding for MEDEA+, an electronics research and development program in Europe. Aim of the program; Information on the development projects of the program; Impact of the cost of advanced process technology on the projects of the program.
- Hydrated electrons: Defying cavity.
Armstrong, Gavin // Nature Chemistry; Sep2010, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p706
The article discusses the study conducted by University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Ross Larsen and Benjamin Schwartz, and Stanford University's William Glover using a new model to study the hydrated electron which can potentially describe the...
- Optical devices: Organic light.
Armstrong, Gavin // Nature; 5/6/2010, Vol. 465 Issue 7294, p13
The article offers information on the study conducted at the Italian National Research Agency in Bologna, to analyze the efficiency of organic light-emitting transistor (OLET).
- High-tech resource directory Integrated Electronics Engineering Center (IEEC).
Armstrong, Gavin // Business Journal Serving Southern Tier, CNY, Mohawk Valley, Fing; 06/09/97, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p9
Focuses on the Integrated Electronics Engineering Center at Binghamton University in New York, which pursues research in electronics packaging. Goals; Research focus; Contact information.
- ERSO re-invented for 0.18 micron.
E.K. // Solid State Technology; Jan97, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p40
Reports that Genda H. Hu, former vice president of Information Storage Devices has been appointed as general director of Taiwan's Electronics Research & Service Organization (ERSO). Responsibilities; Revised procedure for wafer fabrication process; Value of government investment.
- One way, or the other.
Gevaux, David // Nature Physics; Mar2013, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p130
The article discusses a study related to the synchronization of electrons in arriving at an electronic beam splitter.
- MOST 'GOIN' MOBILE' PARTICIPANTS USED PPM360 METERS.
Gevaux, David // Radio World; 1/12/2011, p7
The article offers information on the "Goin' Mobile" study regarding the ease of using the Portable People Meter (PPM360) from Arbitron Inc. in which younger participants suggested to have a better design for the meter.
- Rods offer low-impedance grounding.
Gevaux, David // Mobile Radio Technology; Jun2002, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p30
Features K-Rod from ERI.
- STM rounds up electron waves at the qm corral.
Collins, Graham P. // Physics Today; Nov93, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p17
Reports on International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) researchers' use of scanning tunneling microscopy to image the rippled density of states of electrons inside a corral built with a few dozen carefully positioned iron atoms on a copper surface. Functions of the scanning tunneling...
- Researchers use graphene to make 'smallest transistor'.
Collins, Graham P. // Electronics Weekly; 4/23/2008, Issue 2332, p1
The article cites a study conducted at the University of Manchester in Manchester, England regarding the use of graphene in making transistor. Researchers say that they have used graphene to create what they claim is the world's smallest transistor. They added that unlike all other known...
- The grain of space-time revealed.
McAlpine, Kate // Electronics Weekly; 6/1/2011, Issue 2470, p4
The article reports that scientists Chris Regan and his colleague Matthew Mecklenburg at the University of California, Los Angeles, have used the pseudospin property of graphene to explain the intrinsic spin of an electron.
- Solar cells to benefit from indium nitride bandgap find.
Ball, Richard // Electronics Weekly; 12/4/2002, Issue 2079, p2
Provides information on a research conducted at the Lawrence Berkeley National Library in the U.S. that determined a bandgap figure for indium nitride. Implications of the research for solar cells; Overview of the research.
- Wet electrons and how to dry them.
Beyer, Martin K.; Fox, Brigitte S.; Reinhard, Bjo�rn M.; Bondybey, Vladimir E. // Journal of Chemical Physics; 11/22/2001, Vol. 115 Issue 20, p9288
We present the formation of hydrated electrons by laser vaporization, and investigate in a Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometer their destruction by the 300 K black body infrared background radiation. While clusters above n>=32 decay almost exclusively by...
- ERI relocates TV filter, RF component production to Indiana headquarters.
Beyer, Martin K.; Fox, Brigitte S.; Reinhard, Bjo�rn M.; Bondybey, Vladimir E. // Broadcast Engineering Exclusive Insight; 8/2/2012, p1
The article reports on the relocation of the television filter/combiner and radio frequency (RF) component production of Electronics Research Inc. (ERI) to the ERI corporate headquarters in Chandler, Indiana as of August 2012.
- Fed R&D funding: Quality versus relevance.
Hack, David // Electronic News (10616624); 3/18/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2108, p25
Focuses on federal funding for research and development projects in the electronics industry in the United States. Role of Committee on Criteria for Federal Support and Development; Concern on quality and relevance of research; Remarks by Michael E. Davey, Library of Congress Science and...
- Solution-phase dynamics: Separation and solvation.
Armstrong, Gavin // Nature Chemistry; Dec2011, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p906
The article reports on the research by Benjamin Schwartz and Godwin Kanu from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and Arthur Bragg from John Hopkins University which studied the dynamics of a solvated electron in a mixture of water and Tetrahydrofuran (THF) and shows electrons...
- Killer electrons explained.
Andrews, Bill // Astronomy; Jul2010, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p22
The article discusses so-called killer electrons and findings reported by the European Space Agency that they can penetrate and damage artificial satellites in orbit around the Earth.
- Electron waves are in the groove.
Goddard, Alison // New Scientist; 5/28/94, Vol. 142 Issue 1927, p17
Reports on International Business Machines' laboratory researchers Phaedon Avouris and In-Whan Lyo's detection of wave-like behavior of electrons trapped on metal surfaces with the use of scanning tunneling microscope (STM). Scanning tunnelling spectroscopy (STS) as an alternative technique to...
- A lot of King Kong jokes.
Derk, James S. // Indiana Business Magazine; Jul93, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p4
Features the Electronics Research Inc. (ERI) of Newburgh, Indiana. Contract for replacing the antenna system on the Empire State Building; ERI as the oldest antenna manufacturer in the United States; Patent on the high-power antenna; Training of engineers to rebuild Kuwait's communications...
- Current�Voltage Characteristics of Nanodimensional Normal Metal�Superconductor Point Diffusion Junctions.
Askerzade, I. N.; Pozdeev, P. // Technical Physics Letters; Nov2003, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p913
The differential conductivity of nanodimensional normal metal�superconductor (NS) point diffusion junctions has been calculated with allowance for partial breakage of the superconducting state by the intrinsic current in the superconducting electrode and for the Andreev reflection at the...
- Graphene chip research is fulfilling its promise.
Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 2/4/2009, Issue 2369, p8
The article informs that researchers at the University of Manchester, England, have found a way to predictably switch graphene out of its highly-conductive mode. The material is a mono-layer of carbon atoms that resembles nano-chicken wire. Two weeks ago, in an unrelated programme, researchers...
- Seeing red...no, green.
Bush, Steve // EDN; 5/15/2003, Vol. 48 Issue 11, p28
An electroluminescent material developed by researchers glows either red or green, depending on the direction of current you apply to it. The material is a homogeneous mix of a semiconducting polymer and a metal complex. A voltage in one direction excites the metal complex, which emits red...
- Shape of electron revealed.
Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 6/1/2011, Issue 2470, p3
The article reports that Jony Hudson and colleagues at Imperial College London have used ultracold molecules of ytterbium fluoride, in which the centres of positive and negative charge differ, to create a dipole, and the shape of this dipole reflects the asymmetry of the shape of electron.
- Hardware Corner.
Bush, Steve // ECN: Electronic Component News; May2010, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p12
An excerpt from the online resource www.ecnmag.com/tags/topics-and-features/hardware-corner titled "Different Heat Sink Materials Impact Cooling on Performance" is presented.
- GalayOr gets $8 million in venture funds.
Dickinson, Casey J. // Business Journal (Central New York); 05/11/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 19, p1
Reports the venture capital received by GalayOr Networks Inc. for its micro-optical technology research in Ithaca, New York. Products manufactured by the company; Demand for GalayOr's products in the telecommunication market; Characteristics of the products manufactured by the company.
- Silicon nanoparticles add colour to electronic displays and flash.
Dickinson, Casey J. // Electronics Weekly; 2/6/2002, Issue 2038, p5
Reports on the development of a process for reliability creating silicon nanoparticles which flouresce in distinct colors at the University of Illinois in Chicago, Illinois. Benefit that can be gained from the availability of specific particle size and emission; Description of the process.
- Chains of coupled square dielectric optical microcavities.
Hammer, Manfred // Optical & Quantum Electronics; Sep2008, Vol. 40 Issue 11/12, p821
Chains of coupled square dielectric cavities are investigated in a 2-D setting, by means of a quasi-analytical eigenmode expansion method. Resonant transfer of optical power can be achieved along quite arbitrary, moderately long rectangular paths (up to 9 coupled cavities are considered), even...
- Trionic optical potential for electrons in semiconductors.
Schuetz, Martin J. A.; Moore, Michael G.; Piermarocchi, Carlo // Nature Physics; Nov2010, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p919
Laser-induced optical potentials for atoms have led to remarkable advances in precision measurement, quantum information and towards addressing fundamental questions in condensed-matter physics. Here, we describe analogous optical potentials for electrons in quantum wells and wires that can be...
- Astrophysics: Starlight versus dark matter.
Schuetz, Martin J. A.; Moore, Michael G.; Piermarocchi, Carlo // Nature; 2/4/2010, Vol. 463 Issue 7281, p590
The article reports on a study conducted by Lukasz Stawarz that created a model which proves that high-energy electrons are caused by starlight rather than dark matter.
- ERI Antenna Makes Big Difference in KOMO Signal.
Barrett, John // TV Technology; 6/22/2011, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p29
The article evaluates the Channel 38 ERI Trasar antenna from Electronics Research Inc. (ERI).
- Volkswagen robot vehicle wins DARPA Grand Challenge.
Barrett, John // Advanced Materials & Processes; Dec2005, Vol. 163 Issue 12, p53
The article features the winner of 2005 Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) Grand Challenge, the robotic Volkswagen Touareg, known as Stanley. The Volkswagen is developed by Stanford University with the technological support of the Volkswagen Electronics Research Laboratory. The...
- Physics update.
Schewe, Philip F. // Physics Today; Feb98, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p9
States that the quantum dots, comparable in size to an electron's wavelength, are used to study how spatial confinement alters allowed electron energies. Box of Cooper pairs built by a European team of scientists led by Andre Geim of The Netherlands; Magnetization of individual superconducting...