His main research concerns Optics, Optoelectronics, Optical modulator, Optical fiber and Substrate. His work on Wavelength-division multiplexing, Circulator and Attenuator as part of general Optics research is often related to All-pass filter, thus linking different fields of science. His work carried out in the field of Optoelectronics brings together such families of science as Substrate, Electronic engineering and Laser.
He has included themes like Reflection and Electrode in his Optical modulator study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Matrix Array, Optical switch, Bundle, Attenuation and Insertion loss in addition to Optical fiber. His Substrate research incorporates themes from Fiber optic splitter, Actuator, Engineering drawing and Cable gland.
James A. Walker mostly deals with Optoelectronics, Optics, Silicon, Linguistics and Optical modulator. His study looks at the relationship between Optoelectronics and topics such as Electronic engineering, which overlap with Electrical engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Substrate and Signal.
He combines subjects such as Deuterium, Amorphous silicon, Chemical vapor deposition and Analytical chemistry with his study of Silicon. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Optical attenuator and Optical modulator. His Optical fiber research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fiber, Optical communication and Optical switch.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Linguistics, Variation, Anthropology, Geography and Media studies. James A. Walker regularly links together related areas like Classics in his Linguistics studies. His work deals with themes such as Language contact and Vowel, which intersect with Variation.
His Anthropology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cockney, Literature, Linguistic change and Environmental ethics. His Media studies research includes themes of Modern English and Canadian English. His Canadian English study combines topics in areas such as Lexical frequency, Phonology and Lexicon.
James A. Walker mainly investigates Variation, Linguistics, Software framework, Heuristics and Theoretical computer science. His Variation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Gender studies, Language contact, Grammar and Focus. James A. Walker regularly ties together related areas like Ethnic group in his Linguistics studies.
His Software framework research spans across into subjects like Crossover, Evolutionary algorithm, Hyper-heuristic, Heuristic and Iterated local search. His Heuristics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Travelling salesman problem and Problem domain. Theoretical computer science overlaps with fields such as Variable neighborhood search and Flow shop scheduling in his research.
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New 10 μm infrared detector using intersubband absorption in resonant tunneling GaAlAs superlattices
B. F. Levine;K. K. Choi;C. G. Bethea;J. Walker.
Applied Physics Letters (1987)
Activation of acceptors in Mg-doped GaN grown by metalorganic chemical vapor deposition
W. Götz;N. M. Johnson;J. Walker;D. P. Bour.
Applied Physics Letters (1996)
Thin film shape memory alloy and method for producing
Kaigham J. Gabriel;Mehran Mehregany;James A. Walker.
Strong 8.2 μm infrared intersubband absorption in doped GaAs/AlAs quantum well waveguides
B. F. Levine;R. J. Malik;J. Walker;K. K. Choi.
Applied Physics Letters (1987)
Wavelength add-drop switching using tilting micromirrors
J.E. Ford;V.A. Aksyuk;D.J. Bishop;J.A. Walker.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (1999)
GaAs MQW modulators integrated with silicon CMOS
K.W. Goossen;J.A. Walker;L.A. D'Asaro;S.P. Hui.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1995)
Direct view display based on a micromechanical modulation
Suuzan Shii Aanii;Keisu Uein Guuzen;Jieemusu Arubaato Uookaa.
Thin-film processing of TiNi shape memory alloy
J. A. Walker;K. J. Gabriel;Mehran Mehregany.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (1990)
Silicon modulator based on mechanically-active anti-reflection layer with 1 mbit/sec capability for fiber-in-the-loop applications
K.W. Goossen;J.A. Walker;S.C. Arney.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1994)
High‐detectivity D*=1.0×1010 cm √H̄z̄/W GaAs/AlGaAs multiquantum well λ=8.3 μm infrared detector
B. F. Levine;C. G. Bethea;G. Hasnain;J. Walker.
Applied Physics Letters (1988)
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