1991 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to innovative uses of lasers and optics in the study and development of high-power switches and devices.
His primary scientific interests are in Analytical chemistry, Intracellular, Nanosecond, Plasma and Biophysics. His work carried out in the field of Analytical chemistry brings together such families of science as Thermionic emission, Sawtooth wave, Cathode, Optoelectronics and Glow discharge. His Intracellular study combines topics in areas such as Quantum dot, Nanotechnology, Phosphatidylserine, Fluorescence and Photoluminescence.
Martin A. Gundersen interconnects Electric field and Nuclear magnetic resonance in the investigation of issues within Nanosecond. The various areas that Martin A. Gundersen examines in his Plasma study include Ignition system and Transient. He combines subjects such as Membrane and Thapsigargin with his study of Biophysics.
Martin A. Gundersen mainly investigates Optoelectronics, Plasma, Atomic physics, Electrical engineering and Cathode. His Optoelectronics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Laser, Optics and Pulsed power, High voltage, Voltage. His Plasma research includes themes of Nanosecond, Ignition system, Transient and Analytical chemistry.
His Nanosecond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biophysics and Electric field. His studies in Electrical engineering integrate themes in fields like Power, Blumlein Pair and Pulse. His Cathode research integrates issues from Glow discharge, Thyratron, Anode and Cathode ray.
His main research concerns Plasma, Nanosecond, Transient, Ignition system and Electrical engineering. His Plasma research includes elements of Optoelectronics, High voltage, Atomic physics and Analytical chemistry. The concepts of his Optoelectronics study are interwoven with issues in Cathode and Voltage.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Biophysics, Intracellular, Raman spectroscopy and Fluorescence microscope. His research in Transient intersects with topics in Diesel exhaust, Nuclear engineering, Plasma ignition, Mechanics and Electron. His Minimum ignition energy study, which is part of a larger body of work in Ignition system, is frequently linked to Afterglow, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Ignition system, Nanosecond, Electrical engineering, Plasma and Streamer discharge are his primary areas of study. The Ignition system study combines topics in areas such as Transient and Analytical chemistry. Martin A. Gundersen has researched Nanosecond in several fields, including Cell, Biophysics, Electric field, Pathology and Programmed cell death.
Martin A. Gundersen regularly links together related areas like Optoelectronics in his Electrical engineering studies. His work deals with themes such as Microscope, Electrical impedance, Finite-difference time-domain method and Resistor, Voltage, which intersect with Optoelectronics. His research integrates issues of Cathode, Mechanics, Anode and Minimum ignition energy in his study of Plasma.
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Calcium bursts induced by nanosecond electric pulses.
P.Thomas Vernier;Yinghua Sun;Laura Marcu;Laura Marcu;Sarah Salemi.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (2003)
Formation of metastable species in hydrogen thyratrons
Martin Gundersen;Shekhar Guha.
Journal of Applied Physics (1982)
Nanoelectropulse-driven membrane perturbation and small molecule permeabilization
P Thomas Vernier;Yinghua Sun;Martin A Gundersen.
BMC Cell Biology (2006)
Selective Functionalization of In2O3 Nanowire Mat Devices for Biosensing Applications
Marco Curreli;Chao Li;Yinghua Sun;Bo Lei.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
pH-sensitive Photoluminescence of CdSe/ZnSe/ZnS Quantum Dots in Human Ovarian Cancer Cells
Yu-San Liu;Yinghua Sun;P. Thomas Vernier;Chi-Hui Liang.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2007)
Nanoelectropulse-induced phosphatidylserine translocation.
P. Thomas Vernier;Yinghua Sun;Laura Marcu;Laura Marcu;Cheryl M. Craft.
Biophysical Journal (2004)
Method for intracellular modifications within living cells using pulsed electric fields
Martin Gundersen;Cheryl Craft;Laura Marcu;P. Vernier.
High-power pseudospark and BLT switches
K. Frank;E. Boggasch;J. Christiansen;A. Goertler.
IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science (1988)
Transient plasma ignition of quiescent and flowing air/fuel mixtures
Fei Wang;J.B. Liu;J. Sinibaldi;C. Brophy.
international conference on plasma science (2004)
In vitro and in vivo evaluation and a case report of intense nanosecond pulsed electric field as a local therapy for human malignancies.
Edward B. Garon;David Sawcer;P. Thomas Vernier;Tao Tang.
International Journal of Cancer (2007)
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