2019 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For the innovative use of physics in information technology, information systems, and information use and management
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermal, Data center, Nanotechnology, Efficient energy use and Solar power forecasting. His research integrates issues of Optoelectronics, Orders of magnitude and Electrical engineering, Electronics in his study of Thermal. The Data center study combines topics in areas such as Mechanical engineering, Airflow, Data mining, Simulation and Remote sensing.
His Nanotechnology research includes themes of Optical storage and Polymer. His studies in Efficient energy use integrate themes in fields like Power consumption, Energy, Real-time computing and Reliability engineering. Hendrik F. Hamann has researched Solar power forecasting in several fields, including Photovoltaic system, Meteorology and Solar energy.
On''/off'' fluorescence intermittency of single semiconductor quantum dots (412 citations)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Data center, Thermal, Optoelectronics, Optics and Real-time computing. His Data center study incorporates themes from Airflow, Energy consumption, Air conditioning, Simulation and Efficient energy use. Hendrik F. Hamann has included themes like Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering and Computer data storage in his Thermal study.
His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Layer, Substrate and Joule heating. His work on Wavelength, Infrared and Near and far field as part of general Optics study is frequently linked to Near-field scanning optical microscope, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Real-time computing research incorporates themes from Wireless sensor network, Server and Energy.
His primary scientific interests are in Artificial intelligence, Remote sensing, Wireless sensor network, Analytics and Geospatial analysis. His study in Artificial intelligence is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Machine learning, Computer vision and Pattern recognition. The Remote sensing study which covers Pixel that intersects with Line segment and Classifier.
He combines subjects such as Control system, Efficient energy use, Electrical engineering, Real-time computing and Analyte with his study of Wireless sensor network. His Real-time computing research includes elements of Wireless, Cloud computing, Heuristic and Identification. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Scalability, Petabyte, Big data, Temporal database and Data science.
Hendrik F. Hamann mainly focuses on Wireless sensor network, Remote sensing, Real-time computing, Cloud computing and Wireless. His Wireless sensor network study combines topics in areas such as Water requirement, Irrigation, Irrigation scheduling and Agricultural engineering. His Remote sensing research focuses on Pixel and how it relates to Line segment and Classifier.
His Real-time computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cultural heritage, Metropolitan area, Analytics and Microclimate. His biological study deals with issues like Fossil fuel, which deal with fields such as Natural gas, Leak detection, Wireless network, Mesh networking and Energy harvesting. His Wireless research incorporates elements of Fuel oil, Air quality index, Temporal resolution and Sensor fusion.
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Active control of slow light on a chip with photonic crystal waveguides
Yurii A. Vlasov;Martin O'Boyle;Hendrik F. Hamann;Sharee J. McNab.
Nonexponential “blinking” kinetics of single CdSe quantum dots: A universal power law behavior
M Kuno;D P. Fromm;H F. Hamann;Alan Gallagher.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2000)
``On''/``off'' fluorescence intermittency of single semiconductor quantum dots
M Kuno;D P. Fromm;H F. Hamann;Alan Gallagher.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2001)
Controlled synthesis and assembly of FePt nanoparticles
Shouheng Sun;Simone Anders;Thomas Thomson;J. E E Baglin.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Thermal measurments of electronic devices during operation
S. Chey;Hendrik Hamann;James Lacey;James Vichiconti.
Polymer mediated self-assembly of magnetic nanoparticles.
Shouheng Sun;Simone Anders;Hendrik F. Hamann;Jan U. Thiele.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Ultra-high-density phase-change storage and memory.
Hendrik F. Hamann;Martin O'Boyle;Yves C. Martin;Michael Rooks.
Nature Materials (2006)
Strength of the electric field in apertureless near-field optical microscopy
Yves C. Martin;Hendrik F. Hamann;H. Kumar Wickramasinghe.
Journal of Applied Physics (2001)
Hotspot-Limited Microprocessors: Direct Temperature and Power Distribution Measurements
H.F. Hamann;A. Weger;J.A. Lacey;Zhigang Hu.
international solid state circuits conference (2007)
High pressure range of addition reactions of HO. II. Temperature and pressure dependence of the reaction HO+CO⇔HOCO→H+CO2
D. Fulle;H. F. Hamann;H. Hippler;J. Troe.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1996)
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