2023 - Research.com Physics in Denmark Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Physics in Denmark Leader Award
2018 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2013 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2009 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For contributions to the fabrication of mesoscopic semiconductor devices and the study of their electronic properties
1994 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His primary areas of investigation include Condensed matter physics, Quantum dot, Quantum mechanics, Optoelectronics and Qubit. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nanowire and Magnetic field. He has included themes like Coulomb blockade, Spin, Atomic physics, Electron and Spin-½ in his Quantum dot study.
His Optoelectronics study which covers Nanotechnology that intersects with Microelectrode. Charles Marcus focuses mostly in the field of Qubit, narrowing it down to matters related to Quantum decoherence and, in some cases, Exchange interaction. His Superconductivity study combines topics in areas such as Quantum tunnelling and Semiconductor.
His main research concerns Condensed matter physics, Quantum dot, Superconductivity, Magnetic field and Quantum mechanics. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electron and Coulomb blockade. His studies deal with areas such as Dephasing, Charge, Quantum, Atomic physics and Spin-½ as well as Quantum dot.
His research in Superconductivity intersects with topics in Nanowire, Semiconductor and Topology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mesoscopic physics and Spin in addition to Magnetic field. His studies in Qubit integrate themes in fields like Quantum computer and Coherence.
Charles Marcus mainly investigates Condensed matter physics, Superconductivity, Nanowire, MAJORANA and Qubit. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantum dot, Bound state and Magnetic field in addition to Condensed matter physics. His Quantum dot research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electron and Exchange interaction.
His study in Superconductivity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Topology, Semiconductor, Magnetic flux, Quantum tunnelling and Coulomb blockade. As a part of the same scientific family, Charles Marcus mostly works in the field of Nanowire, focusing on Epitaxy and, on occasion, Field effect. Charles Marcus has included themes like Quantum computer, Coherence and Spin-½ in his Qubit study.
Charles Marcus mostly deals with Condensed matter physics, Superconductivity, Nanowire, Semiconductor and Magnetic field. Charles Marcus has researched Condensed matter physics in several fields, including Quantum mechanics and Qubit. The Superconductivity study combines topics in areas such as Coulomb blockade, Quantum tunnelling and Topology.
His Nanowire research focuses on Molecular beam epitaxy and how it relates to Ballistic conduction and Coherence length. His work deals with themes such as Mesoscopic physics, Density of states and Epitaxy, which intersect with Semiconductor. His work in the fields of Zeeman effect overlaps with other areas such as Coupling.
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Coherent manipulation of coupled electron spins in semiconductor quantum dots.
Jason R. Petta;Jason R. Petta;Jason R. Petta;Alexander C. Johnson;Alexander C. Johnson;Alexander C. Johnson;Jacob M. Taylor;Jacob M. Taylor;Jacob M. Taylor;Edward A. Laird;Edward A. Laird;Edward A. Laird.
Quantum Hall Effect in a Gate-Controlled p-n Junction of Graphene
J. R. Williams;L. DiCarlo;C. M. Marcus.
Stability of analog neural networks with delay
C. M. Marcus;R. M. Westervelt.
Physical Review A (1989)
Exponential protection of zero modes in Majorana islands
S. M. Albrecht;A. P. Higginbotham;A. P. Higginbotham;M. Madsen;F. Kuemmeth.
Electron Transport in Quantum Dots
Leo P. Kouwenhoven;Charles M. Marcus;Paul L. McEuen;Seigo Tarucha.
Majorana bound state in a coupled quantum-dot hybrid-nanowire system
M. T. Deng;M. T. Deng;S. Vaitiekėnas;S. Vaitiekėnas;E. B. Hansen;J. Danon.
Conductance fluctuations and chaotic scattering in ballistic microstructures.
C. M. Marcus;C. M. Marcus;A. J. Rimberg;A. J. Rimberg;R. M. Westervelt;R. M. Westervelt;P. F. Hopkins;P. F. Hopkins.
Physical Review Letters (1992)
Superconductor-nanowire devices from tunneling to the multichannel regime: Zero-bias oscillations and magnetoconductance crossover
H. O. H. Churchill;V. Fatemi;K. Grove-Rasmussen;M. T. Deng.
Physical Review Letters (2013)
Realizing Majorana zero modes in superconductor-semiconductor heterostructures
R.M. Lutchyn;E.P.A.M. Bakkers;L.P. Kouwenhoven;C.M. Marcus.
arXiv: Superconductivity (2017)
An Adiabatic Quantum Electron Pump
M. Switkes;C. M. Marcus;K. Campman;A. C. Gossard.
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