2006 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to high power microwave vacuum-electron devices.
1996 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For pioneering experimental research on electron cyclotron resonance heating in a tokamak, preionization by gyrotrons, electron beam transport and instabilities, and diagnostics of laserablated plasmas
His primary areas of investigation include Optics, Microwave, Laser, Electron and Atomic physics. His Optics research focuses on Absorption in particular. His Microwave research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Waveguide, Optoelectronics, Oscillation, Magnetic field and Cavity magnetron.
His Cavity magnetron study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cathode, Electrical engineering and Computational physics. His work carried out in the field of Electron brings together such families of science as Relativistic magnetron and Plasma. He has researched Atomic physics in several fields, including Tokamak, Cyclotron, Cyclotron resonance, Electron temperature and Gyrotron.
Optics, Atomic physics, Microwave, Magnetic field and Plasma are his primary areas of study. His Optics study incorporates themes from Gyrotron and Cathode ray. His work investigates the relationship between Atomic physics and topics such as Electron that intersect with problems in Cathode and Computational physics.
His Microwave research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Power, Optoelectronics, Microsecond, Voltage and Cavity magnetron. His Magnetic field research focuses on subjects like Electric field, which are linked to Dielectric and Condensed matter physics. Ronald M. Gilgenbach combines subjects such as Pulsed power and Instability with his study of Plasma.
His primary areas of study are Optics, Planar, Magnetic field, Microwave and Plasma. The study incorporates disciplines such as Instability, Linear transformer driver, Field, Diode and Harmonic in addition to Optics. His study in Magnetic field is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mechanics and Axial symmetry.
The concepts of his Microwave study are interwoven with issues in Cathode, Optoelectronics, Pulse and Cavity magnetron. His studies deal with areas such as Anode and Voltage as well as Cathode. His Plasma research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pulsed power and Atomic physics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Magnetic field, Implosion, Optics, Plasma and Microwave. His Magnetic field research incorporates themes from Anode, Harmonic analysis and Cavity magnetron. The Implosion study combines topics in areas such as Instability, Linear transformer driver, Axial symmetry, Tantalum and Shadowgraphy.
His research investigates the link between Optics and topics such as Plasma diagnostics that cross with problems in Kink instability. The various areas that Ronald M. Gilgenbach examines in his Plasma study include Pulsed power, Atomic physics and Pulse duration. His research in Microwave intersects with topics in Acoustics, Electronic circuit and Coaxial transmission line.
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Multipactor discharge on metals and dielectrics: Historical review and recent theories
R. A. Kishek;Y. Y. Lau;L. K. Ang;A. Valfells.
Physics of Plasmas (1998)
Folded waveguide traveling-wave tube sources for terahertz radiation
S. Bhattacharjee;J.H. Booske;C.L. Kory;D.W. van der Weide.
international conference on plasma science (2003)
Development and tests of fast 1-MA linear transformer driver stages
A. A. Kim;M. G. Mazarakis;V. A. Sinebryukhov;B. M. Kovalchuk.
Physical Review Special Topics-accelerators and Beams (2009)
Two-Dimensional Child-Langmuir Law.
J. W. Luginsland;Y. Y. Lau;R. M. Gilgenbach.
Physical Review Letters (1996)
Heating at the Electron Cyclotron Frequency in the ISX-B Tokamak
R. M. Gilgenbach;M. E. Read;K. E. Hackett;R. Lucey.
Physical Review Letters (1980)
Power deposited on a dielectric by multipactor
Lay-Kee Ang;Y.Y. Lau;R.A. Kishek;R.M. Gilgenbach.
IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science (1998)
Microwave absorption on a thin film
Herman Bosman;Y. Y. Lau;R. M. Gilgenbach.
Applied Physics Letters (2003)
Dynamics of excimer laser‐ablated aluminum neutral atom plume measured by dye laser resonance absorption photography
Ronald M. Gilgenbach;Peter L. G. Ventzek.
Applied Physics Letters (1991)
Electric field and electron orbits near a triple point
Nicholas M. Jordan;Y. Y. Lau;David M. French;R. M. Gilgenbach.
Journal of Applied Physics (2007)
Effects of an external magnetic field, and of oblique radio-frequency electric fields on multipactor discharge on a dielectric
A. Valfells;L. K. Ang;Y. Y. Lau;R. M. Gilgenbach.
Physics of Plasmas (2000)
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