Some Important Contributions:
Measurements and analyses important for the development of
semiconducting materials and phosphors.
Some Important Publications:
"Efficiency of Electroluminescence in ZnS," Physical Review,
"Theory of the Anomalous Photovoltaic Effect of ZnS,"
Physical Review, 125:838 (1962)
"Decay Kinetics of the Red Luminescence of GaP(Zn, O) for
Quasi-Thermal-Equilibrium Conditions," Physical Review B,
"Site Dependence of Donor Properties in ZnSe and Validity of
Effective Mass Theory," Phys. Rev. B, 37:4788 (1988).
"Achievement of Low Resisitivity p-Type ZnSe and Role of
Twinning," J. Appl. Phys., 65:4859 (1989)
"Role of Excitation Transfer in Luminescence Spectra and
Decay," J. Lumin., 52:243 (1992), with G.-J. Yi.
"Electroluminescent Display Devices", #2,915,641 (1959).
"Scintillation Detector Using a Single Crystal of GaAS", # 3.415.989 (1968)
with E. A. Leventhal and E. S. Rittner.
"Gallium Phosphide Light Emitting Semiconductive Materials", #4,051,061 (1977),
with R. N. Bhargava.
"A Process for Doping Crystals of Wide Band Gap Semiconductors", #4,904,618 (1990).
"Improvements in Wide Band-Gap Semiconductors Having Low Bipolar Resistivity
and Method of formation", #5,252,499 (1993).
Anderson Fellow, American Association of University Women
Fellow of the American Physical Society
Fellow of the New York Academy of Science
1951-52 Postdoctoral Fellow, Cloumbia University
1952-60 Senior Physicist, Sylvania Reseaarch Laboratories, Baysie, N.Y.
1960-85 Staff Physicist, Philips Laboratories, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
1982-83 Visiting Professor of Materials Science, Columbia
1983-85 Adjunct Professor of Materials Science, Columbia
1985- Professor of Materials Sciences, Columbia University
B.A. Columbia University 1948
M.A. Radcliffe College 1949
Ph.D. Columbia University 1951
Sources and References consulted:
Gertrude F. Neumark, [4B AMWS], [34 WIP]
Field Editor: Frieda Stahl