2005 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1995 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1974 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS)
1968 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His primary scientific interests are in Condensed matter physics, Semiconductor, Atomic physics, Thermal conductivity and Band gap. His research in Condensed matter physics is mostly concerned with Electronic structure. The various areas that he examines in his Semiconductor study include Thermionic emission, Generator and Refrigeration.
His Atomic physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Spectroscopy, Spectral line, Exciton and Chemical physics. His Thermal conductivity research incorporates elements of Phonon, Nanotechnology and Superlattice. His Band gap research integrates issues from Mathematical model, Fermi level and Impurity.
Gerald D. Mahan spends much of his time researching Condensed matter physics, Phonon, Electron, Atomic physics and Quantum mechanics. His Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Seebeck coefficient, Thermal conductivity, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Semiconductor. His work carried out in the field of Thermal conductivity brings together such families of science as Mean free path and Superlattice.
His Phonon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Interfacial thermal resistance, Raman scattering, Hamiltonian and Carbon nanotube. Gerald D. Mahan has included themes like Scattering and Impurity in his Electron study. Gerald D. Mahan combines subjects such as Singularity, Quantum electrodynamics and Lattice with his study of Quantum mechanics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Condensed matter physics, Phonon, Electron, Quantum mechanics and Seebeck coefficient. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics in areas such as Thermal conductivity, Thermoelectric effect, Thermoelectric materials, Nanowire and Semiconductor. His Phonon study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quantum phase transition, Molecular vibration, Matrix method and Carbon nanotube.
The various areas that Gerald D. Mahan examines in his Electron study include Soft modes, Ferroelectricity, Binding energy, Atomic physics and Thermal resistance. His work on Monatomic ion and Quasiparticle as part of general Quantum mechanics research is frequently linked to Image and Toda lattice, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Seebeck coefficient research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Solid-state physics and Voltage.
Gerald D. Mahan mainly focuses on Condensed matter physics, Seebeck coefficient, Phonon, Thermoelectric effect and Nanowire. The Condensed matter physics study combines topics in areas such as Silicon, Infrared, Graphite, Atomic physics and Infrared spectroscopy. His Seebeck coefficient research includes elements of Electrical conductor, Semiconductor and Temperature gradient.
His study in Phonon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube and Spring. Gerald D. Mahan works in the field of Thermoelectric effect, focusing on Thermoelectric materials in particular. His Nanowire study is related to the wider topic of Quantum mechanics.
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Gerald D. Mahan.
Nanoscale thermal transport
David G. Cahill;Wayne K. Ford;Kenneth E. Goodson;Gerald D. Mahan.
Journal of Applied Physics (2003)
The best thermoelectric.
G D Mahan;J O Sofo.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1996)
Nanoscale thermal transport. II. 2003–2012
David G. Cahill;Paul V. Braun;Gang Chen;David R. Clarke.
Applied physics reviews (2014)
Thermoelectric Materials: New Approaches to an Old Problem
Gerald Mahan;Brian Sales;Jeff Sharp.
Physics Today (1997)
Excitons in Metals: Infinite Hole Mass
G. D. Mahan.
Physical Review (1967)
Theory of conduction in ZnO varistors
G. D. Mahan;Lionel M. Levinson;H. R. Philipp.
Journal of Applied Physics (1979)
Minimum Thermal Conductivity of Superlattices
M. V. Simkin;M. V. Simkin;G. D. Mahan;G. D. Mahan.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Theory of Photoemission in Simple Metals
G. D. Mahan.
Physical Review B (1970)
Collective vibrational modes of adsorbed CO
G. D. Mahan;A. A. Lucas.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1978)
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