2004 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1986 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For pioneering contributions to the development of ultrapure semiconductors and significant investigations of the spectroscopy of novel defects in them
His primary areas of investigation include Condensed matter physics, Nuclear physics, CUORE, Bolometer and Double beta decay. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electron, Semiconductor and Photoluminescence. His Neutrino and Nuclide study in the realm of Nuclear physics interacts with subjects such as Radioactive contamination.
His CUORE research is under the purview of Detector. His work focuses on many connections between Double beta decay and other disciplines, such as Observatory, that overlap with his field of interest in Dark matter and Energy. His work deals with themes such as Thermal conduction, Thin film, Electron mobility and Germanium, which intersect with Doping.
His primary areas of investigation include Condensed matter physics, Germanium, Optoelectronics, Analytical chemistry and Atomic physics. His Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Semiconductor and Photoluminescence. His study looks at the intersection of Germanium and topics like Acceptor with Hydrogen.
His Optoelectronics research integrates issues from Particle detector, Far infrared, Detector and Optics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Photoresistor, Nuclear physics and Double beta decay in addition to Detector. His work in Nuclear physics covers topics such as Observatory which are related to areas like Bolometer.
Eugene E. Haller mostly deals with CUORE, Nuclear physics, Double beta decay, Particle physics and Bolometer. He works mostly in the field of CUORE, limiting it down to concerns involving Energy and, occasionally, Calibration. The Nuclear physics study combines topics in areas such as Detector and Particle identification.
Eugene E. Haller has included themes like Excited state and Observatory in his Double beta decay study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including WIMP, Axion and Dark matter. His Atomic physics research focuses on subjects like Semiconductor, which are linked to Condensed matter physics.
His primary areas of study are CUORE, Nuclear physics, Double beta decay, Particle physics and Neutrino. His CUORE research includes elements of Beta and Beta decay. His work in Nuclear physics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Detector.
His Detector study incorporates themes from Nuclear engineering and Copper. His research investigates the connection between Double beta decay and topics such as Bolometer that intersect with issues in Observatory. His study in the fields of MAJORANA under the domain of Neutrino overlaps with other disciplines such as Energy spectrum.
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The Multiband Imaging Photometer for Spitzer (MIPS)
G. H. Rieke;E. T. Young;C. W. Engelbracht;D. M. Kelly.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2004)
Band Anticrossing in GaInNAs Alloys
W. Shan;W. Walukiewicz;J. W. Ager;E. E. Haller.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Observation of crystalline C3N4.
Kin Man Yu;Marvin L. Cohen;Marvin L. Cohen;E. E. Haller;E. E. Haller;W. L. Hansen.
Physical Review B (1994)
Hydrogen interactions with defects in crystalline solids
S. M. Myers;M. I. Baskes;H. K. Birnbaum;J. W. Corbett.
Reviews of Modern Physics (1992)
Effects of the narrow band gap on the properties of InN
J. Wu;J. Wu;W. Walukiewicz;W. Shan;K. M. Yu.
Physical Review B (2002)
The Large APEX Bolometer Camera LABOCA
G. Siringo;E. Kreysa;A. Kovacs;F. Schuller.
arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (2009)
Solid-state quantum memory using the 31 P nuclear spin
John J. L. Morton;Alexei M. Tyryshkin;Richard M. Brown;Shyam Shankar.
CUORE: A cryogenic underground observatory for rare events
C. Arnaboldi;F.T. Avignone Iii;J. Beeman;J. Beeman;M. Barucci.
Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A-accelerators Spectrometers Detectors and Associated Equipment (2004)
Defects in Semiconductors: Some Fatal, Some Vital
Hans J. Queisser;Eugene E. Haller.
Thermal conductivity of germanium crystals with different isotopic compositions
M. Asen-Palmer;K. Bartkowski;E. Gmelin;M. Cardona.
Physical Review B (1997)
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