2014 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his pioneering accomplishments in defining, shaping, and leading the field of spectroscopic characterization of carbon nanomaterials, including singlewalled nanotubes and graphene
Carbon nanotube, Nanotechnology, Nanotube, Raman spectroscopy and Optical properties of carbon nanotubes are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Molecular physics, Electronic structure, Exciton and Photoluminescence. His Nanotechnology study incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Absorbance and Intermolecular force.
His research in Nanotube intersects with topics in Sodium dodecyl sulfate, Redox and Photochemistry. His Raman spectroscopy study improves the overall literature in Analytical chemistry. Stephen K. Doorn has included themes like Wavelength and Telecommunications, C band in his Optical properties of carbon nanotubes study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Carbon nanotube, Nanotechnology, Raman spectroscopy, Exciton and Photoluminescence. His Carbon nanotube study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chemical physics and Molecular physics. His research on Nanotechnology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Doped carbon.
His Raman spectroscopy research integrates issues from Chirality and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His Exciton research incorporates themes from Electronic structure, Density functional theory and Atomic physics. The Photoluminescence study combines topics in areas such as Doping and Dopant.
His primary scientific interests are in Carbon nanotube, Exciton, Photoluminescence, Molecular physics and Optoelectronics. His Carbon nanotube study contributes to a more complete understanding of Nanotechnology. His Exciton research incorporates elements of Quantum dot, Wavelength, Electronic structure and Density functional theory.
Stephen K. Doorn combines subjects such as Laser, Quenching, Dopant and Dielectric with his study of Photoluminescence. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dephasing, Raman spectroscopy and Polyfluorene in addition to Molecular physics. His study in Optoelectronics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Auger effect, Magneto and Nanostructure.
His primary areas of investigation include Carbon nanotube, Exciton, Photoluminescence, Nanotube and Nanotechnology. Stephen K. Doorn is studying Optical properties of carbon nanotubes, which is a component of Carbon nanotube. As part of the same scientific family, Stephen K. Doorn usually focuses on Optical properties of carbon nanotubes, concentrating on Wavelength and intersecting with Telecommunications.
His studies in Exciton integrate themes in fields like Molecular dynamics, Fluorescence and Excited state, Vibronic coupling, Atomic physics. As a part of the same scientific study, Stephen K. Doorn usually deals with the Photoluminescence, concentrating on Electronic structure and frequently concerns with Polyfluorene, Binding energy, HOMO/LUMO and Dirac fermion. His work is dedicated to discovering how Nanotube, Near-infrared spectroscopy are connected with Structure property, Doping and Semiconductor and other disciplines.
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Ultralong single-wall carbon nanotubes
L. X. Zheng;M. J. O'Connell;S. K. Doorn;X. Z. Liao.
Nature Materials (2004)
Structure‐Dependent Electrical Properties of Carbon Nanotube Fibers
Qingwen Li;Yuan Li;Xiefei Zhang;Satishkumar B. Chikkannanavar.
Advanced Materials (2007)
Third and fourth optical transitions in semiconducting carbon nanotubes.
Paulo T. Araujo;Stephen K. Doorn;Svetlana Kilina;Sergei Tretiak.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
Chiral selectivity in the charge-transfer bleaching of single-walled carbon-nanotube spectra.
Michael J. O'Connell;Ezra E. Eibergen;Stephen K. Doorn.
Nature Materials (2005)
Assignment of (n, m) Raman and Optical Features of Metallic Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Michael S. Strano;Stephen K. Doorn;Erik H. Haroz;Carter Kittrell.
Nano Letters (2003)
Nature of the constant factor in the relation between radial breathing mode frequency and tube diameter for single-wall carbon nanotubes
Paulo T. Araujo;I. O. Maciel;P. B. C. Pesce;M. A. Pimenta.
Physical Review B (2008)
Wafer-scale monodomain films of spontaneously aligned single-walled carbon nanotubes
Xiaowei He;Weilu Gao;Lijuan Xie;Bo Li.
Nature Nanotechnology (2016)
Near-infrared resonance Raman excitation profile studies of single-walled carbon nanotube intertube interactions: A direct comparison of bundled and individually dispersed HiPco nanotubes
Michael J. O’Connell;Saujan Sivaram;Stephen K. Doorn.
Physical Review B (2004)
Room-temperature single-photon generation from solitary dopants of carbon nanotubes
Xuedan Ma;Nicolai F. Hartmann;Jon K. S. Baldwin;Stephen K. Doorn.
Nature Nanotechnology (2015)
High Resolution Capillary Electrophoresis of Carbon Nanotubes
Stephen K. Doorn;Robert E. Fields;Hui Hu;Mark A. Hamon.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
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