2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
J. K. Furdyna mostly deals with Condensed matter physics, Magnetic semiconductor, Magnetization, Ferromagnetism and Magnetic anisotropy. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Magnetic field and Anisotropy. His Magnetic field research focuses on subjects like Electron, which are linked to Bound state.
His Magnetic semiconductor study incorporates themes from Magnetic susceptibility, Spin, Exchange interaction and Magnetic moment. His research investigates the connection between Ferromagnetism and topics such as Ferromagnetic material properties that intersect with issues in Fermi energy. His studies in Magnetic anisotropy integrate themes in fields like Magnetic domain and Ferromagnetic resonance.
J. K. Furdyna focuses on Condensed matter physics, Magnetic semiconductor, Ferromagnetism, Magnetization and Molecular beam epitaxy. His Condensed matter physics research integrates issues from Magnetic anisotropy, Magnetic field and Anisotropy. The concepts of his Magnetic anisotropy study are interwoven with issues in Magnetic domain, Field and Ferromagnetic resonance.
His work in Magnetic semiconductor addresses issues such as Antiferromagnetism, which are connected to fields such as Neutron diffraction. His research in Ferromagnetism intersects with topics in Annealing, Hall effect, Gallium arsenide and Magnetoresistance. His Molecular beam epitaxy research focuses on Optoelectronics and how it relates to Optics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Condensed matter physics, Ferromagnetism, Magnetic anisotropy, Magnetization and Molecular beam epitaxy. His Condensed matter physics research includes elements of Magnetic field, Magnetoresistance and Anisotropy. J. K. Furdyna works mostly in the field of Ferromagnetism, limiting it down to topics relating to Magnetic hysteresis and, in certain cases, Hysteresis, as a part of the same area of interest.
His Magnetic anisotropy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Magnetic domain, Ferromagnetic semiconductor, Ferromagnetic resonance and Symmetry. His research integrates issues of Coupling, Spin and Antiferromagnetism in his study of Magnetization. His work deals with themes such as Thin film, Optoelectronics, Heterojunction, Diffraction and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Molecular beam epitaxy.
J. K. Furdyna mainly investigates Condensed matter physics, Molecular beam epitaxy, Ferromagnetism, Magnetization and Optoelectronics. His study in Condensed matter physics focuses on Topological insulator in particular. The Molecular beam epitaxy study combines topics in areas such as Thin film, Transmission electron microscopy, Monolayer and Heterojunction.
The Curie temperature and Magnetic semiconductor research J. K. Furdyna does as part of his general Ferromagnetism study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Nitrate, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. J. K. Furdyna has researched Magnetic semiconductor in several fields, including Hall effect, Cr doped, Alloy, Quaternary alloy and Ion. His Magnetization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hardening, Atmospheric temperature range and Neutron reflectometry.
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Diluted magnetic semiconductors
J. K. Furdyna.
Journal of Applied Physics (1988)
The fractional a.c. Josephson effect in a semiconductor-superconductor nanowire as a signature of Majorana particles
Leonid P. Rokhinson;Xinyu Liu;Jacek K. Furdyna.
Nature Physics (2012)
Effect of the location of Mn sites in ferromagnetic Ga 1-x Mn x As on its Curie temperature
K. M. Yu;W. Walukiewicz;T. Wojtowicz;I. Kuryliszyn.
Physical Review B (2002)
Evidence for reversible control of magnetization in a ferromagnetic material by means of spin–orbit magnetic field
Alexander Chernyshov;Mason Overby;Xinyu Liu;Jacek K Furdyna.
Nature Physics (2009)
Formation of self‐assembling CdSe quantum dots on ZnSe by molecular beam epitaxy
S. H. Xin;P. D. Wang;Aie Yin;C. Kim.
Applied Physics Letters (1996)
Valence-band anticrossing in mismatched III-V semiconductor alloys
K. Alberi;J. Wu;J. Wu;W. Walukiewicz;K. M. Yu.
Physical Review B (2007)
Magnetic susceptibility of semimagnetic semiconductors: The high-temperature regime and the role of superexchange.
Spalek J;Lewicki A;Tarnawski Z;Furdyna Jk.
Physical Review B (1986)
Magnetic Domain Structure and Magnetic Anisotropy in G a 1 − x M n x A s
U. Welp;V. K. Vlasko-Vlasov;X. Liu;J. K. Furdyna.
Physical Review Letters (2003)
Infrared and microwave magnetoplasma effects in semiconductors
E D Palik;J K Furdyna.
Reports on Progress in Physics (1970)
Excitonic gain and laser emission in ZnSe-based quantum wells.
J. Ding;H. Jeon;T. Ishihara;M. Hagerott.
Physical Review Letters (1992)
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