Selected Early Publications:
[1] H. Kroemer, “Quasi-Electric
and Quasi-Magnetic Fields in Non-Uniform Semiconductors,” RCA
Review, vol. 18, pp. 332-342, 1957.
—, “Theory of
a Wide-Gap Emitter for Transistors,” Proc. IRE, vol. 45, pp.
1535-1537, 1957.
[2] H. Kroemer, “A
Proposed Class of Heterojunction Injection Lasers,” Proc. IEEE,
vol. 51, pp. 1782-1783, 1963.
[3] H. Kroemer, “Solid
State Radiation Emitters,” U.S. Patent 3,309,553, March 14,
1967. (Filed Aug. 16, 1963).
[4] H. Kroemer, “Theory
of the Gunn Effect,” Proc. IEEE, vol. 52, p. 1736, 1964.
[5] H. Kroemer, “Heterostructures
for Everything: Device Principle of the 1980’s?,” Jpn.
J. Appl. Phys., vol. 20 (Supplement 20-1), pp. 9-13, 1981.
[6] H. Kroemer, “Heterostructure
Bipolar Transistors and Integrated Circuits,” Proc. IEEE, vol.
70, pp. 13-25, 1982.
Selected Recent Publications
[7] M. Thomas, H.-R. Blank, K. C. Wong, H. Kroemer, and E. Hu, “Current-voltage
characteristics of semiconductor-coupled superconducting weak links with
large electrode separations,” Phys. Rev. B, vol. 58, pp. 11676-11684,
1998.
[8] H. Kroemer, “Quasiparticle
dynamics in ballistic weak links under weak voltage bias: an elementary
treatment,” Superlattices and Microstructures, vol. 25: pp,
877-889, 1999.
[9] H. Kroemer, “Large-amplitude
oscillation dynamics and domain suppression in a superlattice Bloch oscillator,”
cond-mat/0009311, Sept. 2000.
[10] H. Kroemer, “Nobel
Lecture: Quasi-electric fields and band offsets: Teaching electrons new
tricks,” Reviews of Modern Physics, vol. 73, pp. 783-793, 2001.
[11] H. Kroemer, “Speculations
about Future Directions,” J. Crystal Growth, vol. 207, pp. 17-22,
2003.
[12] H. Kroemer, “Wave
Packet Dynamics in a Biased Finite-Length Superlattice,” cond-mat/0310019,
Oct. 2003
[13] H. Kroemer, “The
Thomas precession factor in spin-orbit interaction,”
Am. .f Physics, vol. 72, pp. 51-52 2004.
[14] H. Kroemer, “The
6.1 Angstrom family (InAs, GaSb, AlSb) and its heterostructures: a selective
review,” Physica E, vol. 20, pp. 196-203, 2004.
[15] H. Kroemer, “Nano-whatever:
Do we really know where we are heading?” Physica Status Solidi
(a), vol. 202, pp. 957-964, 2005. |