His main research concerns Diamond, Analytical chemistry, Nanotechnology, Chemical vapor deposition and Doping. His Diamond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Grain size, Boron and Nanocrystalline material. His research in Nanocrystalline material focuses on subjects like Optoelectronics, which are connected to Radiation hardening.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Dielectric spectroscopy, Thin film, Lipid bilayer and Quartz crystal microbalance in addition to Analytical chemistry. His research integrates issues of Chemical engineering, Surface modification, Nanodiamond, Electrode and Monomer in his study of Nanotechnology. He interconnects Thermionic emission, Work function and Piezoelectricity, Composite material, Piezoelectric coefficient in the investigation of issues within Chemical vapor deposition.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Diamond, Chemical vapor deposition, Analytical chemistry, Nanotechnology and Optoelectronics. His Diamond study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Thin film, Chemical engineering, Doping and Raman spectroscopy. The Chemical vapor deposition study which covers Carbon film that intersects with Silicon.
His work deals with themes such as Hydrogen, Plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition, Scanning electron microscope, Biosensor and Dielectric spectroscopy, which intersect with Analytical chemistry. Ken Haenen has included themes like Nanodiamond and Surface modification in his Nanotechnology study. His research in Optoelectronics intersects with topics in Graphene, Field electron emission and Optics.
His primary areas of investigation include Diamond, Optoelectronics, Field electron emission, Chemical vapor deposition and Carbon. His Diamond research includes elements of Doping, Scanning electron microscope, Electrode, Analytical chemistry and Chemical engineering. His work on Colloid as part of his general Chemical engineering study is frequently connected to Seeding, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His study in the fields of Silicon under the domain of Optoelectronics overlaps with other disciplines such as Science, technology and society. The various areas that Ken Haenen examines in his Field electron emission study include Nanocrystalline diamond, Grain boundary, Cathode, Transmission electron microscopy and Electrical conductor. His Chemical vapor deposition study incorporates themes from Waveguide, Electron energy loss spectroscopy, Deposition and Wafer.
Diamond, Nanotechnology, Electrode, Chemical vapor deposition and Optoelectronics are his primary areas of study. His Diamond research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Doping, Surface modification, Thin film, Electron energy loss spectroscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His Surface modification research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photocatalysis, Water splitting, Synthetic diamond, Photocurrent and Photochemistry.
His work carried out in the field of Nanotechnology brings together such families of science as Dielectric spectroscopy and Boron doped diamond. Electrode is frequently linked to Analytical chemistry in his study. Much of his study explores Chemical vapor deposition relationship to Raman spectroscopy.
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Enhanced diamond nucleation on monodispersed nanocrystalline diamond
Oliver A. Williams;Olivier Douheret;Olivier Douheret;Michael Daenen;Michael Daenen;Ken Haenen;Ken Haenen.
Chemical Physics Letters (2007)
Growth, electronic properties and applications of nanodiamond
Oliver Williams;Oliver Williams;Milos Nesladek;Milos Nesladek;Michael Daenen;S. Michaelson.
Diamond and Related Materials (2008)
Electronic and optical properties of boron-doped nanocrystalline diamond films
Wojciech Gajewski;Philipp Achatz;O. A. Williams;Ken Haenen.
Physical Review B (2009)
Formation of a Ground‐State Charge‐Transfer Complex in Polyfluorene//[6,6]‐Phenyl‐C61 Butyric Acid Methyl Ester (PCBM) Blend Films and Its Role in the Function of Polymer/PCBM Solar Cells
Jessica J. Benson-Smith;Ludwig Goris;Koen Vandewal;Ken Haenen.
Advanced Functional Materials (2007)
Comparison of the growth and properties of ultrananocrystalline diamond and nanocrystalline diamond
Oliver Williams;Michael Daenen;Jan D'haen;Jan D'haen;Ken Haenen;Ken Haenen.
Diamond and Related Materials (2006)
Observation of the subgap optical absorption in polymer-fullerene blend solar cells
L. Goris;A. Poruba;L. Hod’ákova;M. Vaněček.
Applied Physics Letters (2006)
Absorption phenomena in organic thin films for solar cell applications investigated by photothermal deflection spectroscopy
L Goris;K Haenen;M Nesladek;Patrick Hermann Wagner.
Journal of Materials Science (2005)
Thermionic electron emission from low work-function phosphorus doped diamond films
Franz A.M. Koeck;Robert J. Nemanich;Andrada Lazea;Andrada Lazea;Ken Haenen;Ken Haenen.
Diamond and Related Materials (2009)
Hall hole mobility in boron-doped homoepitaxial diamond
Julien Pernot;Pierre-Nicolas Volpe;Franck Omnès;Pierre Muret.
Physical Review B (2010)
CVD diamond—Research, applications, and challenges
Robert J. Nemanich;John A. Carlisle;Atsushi Hirata;Ken Haenen.
Mrs Bulletin (2014)
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