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Norman J. Horing

Resume / Bio
Norman J. Horing
Professor
Location:520A Burchard
Phone:201.216.5651
Fax:201.216.5638
Email:nhoring@stevens.edu
Courses:
PEP 503
PEP 111
PEP 112
PEP 242
PEP 331
PEP 542
PEP 332
PEP 528
PEP 538
PEP 544
PEP 642
PEP 643
PEP 644
PEP 667
PEP 700
PEP 754
PEP 757
PEP 758
PEP 960
PEP 532
PEP 527
School:  Schaefer School of Engineering & Science
Department:  Physics and Engineering Physics
Program:  Physics / Nanotechnology
Research & Education
Research
  • Quantum Field Theoretic Green's Function Methods in Many-Body Problems, Solid State and Surface Physics
  • Correlation Phenomena, Collective Modes in Low Dimensional Systems
  • Quantum Transport Theory for Semiconductor Nanostructures, Superlattices
  • High Magnetic Field Phenomena
  • Semiconductor Nanostructure Devices
  • Spintronics
  • Graphene 
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    Education

    PhD - Theoretical Physics, Harvard University, 1964

    Advisor: Julian Schwinger

    Experience & Service
    General Information
    • MIT Lincoln Lab & National Magnet Lab, Cambridge, Mass., 1960-1965
    • Visiting Lecturer: Cavendish Lab, Cambridge Univ., England, 1965-1966
    • Staff Physicist: US Naval Research Lab, Washington, D.C., 1966
    • Stevens Inst. of Tech: Assistant, Associate & Full Professor, 1966-Present
    Institutional Service
    • Director, Academic Support Center, Stevens Inst. of Tech., 1987-1993
    • Consultant to Dean of Faculty, Stevens Inst. of Tech., 1986-1992
    • Elderhostel Coordinator, Stevens Inst. of Tech., 1978-1989
    • Chair, Consultant to Graduate Academic Standards Comm. 2007-present
    Professional Service

    Over 315 peer reviewed publications in physics research journals. A full list of publications is available in the Resume/Bio link found under the photo at the top of the page.

       
    Appointments
    • Advisor to over 15 PhD Theses in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at Stevens and 3 PhD Theses in Europe (two at Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, and one at University of Paris, France).
    • PhD Thesis Committee Member for many doctoral theses.
    • Supervisor of over 10 Postdoctoral Researchers and Visiting Scholars at Stevens.
    Consulting Service
    • Consultant US Army Electronics Command, Fort Monmouth, NJ, 1971
    • US Naval Research Res. Lab, Semicond Branch, Wash. DC, 1966-1971
    • Consultant to NEC Research Inst., Princeton, NJ, 1990-1995
    Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    Research and Course Development to Support Technogenesis Activities
    Achievements & Professional Societies
    Honors & Awards
    • Fellow of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2006

    • Henry Morton Distinguished Teaching Professor Award, 2005

    • Research Recognition Award, Stevens Inst. of Tech, 2004

    • Advisory Comm., Phys. & Astron. Sect., NY Acad. of Sci., 1988-1989

    • Jess H. Davis Research Prize, Stevens Inst. of Tech., 1986

    • M. Engr. (Honorary Degree) Stevens Inst. Tech., Hoboken, NJ, 1982

       
    Professional Societies
    •  American Physical Society
    • New York Academy of Sciences
    • Society of the Sigma Xi: Vice President of Stevens Chapter, 1993
    • IEEE, Materials Research Society
    • European Physical Society
    Grants, Contracts & Funds
    • DURINT Program of the ARO 2001-2006: $500,000
    Selected Publications
    Journals

  • N.J.M. Horing. (2010). "Aspects of the Theory of Graphene", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Royal Society Publishing Org. ,. A 368 5525-5556 .


  • N.J.M. Horing. (2010). "Quantum Effects in Plasma Dielectric Response: Plasmons and Shielding in Normal Systems and Graphene", Eds: M. Bonitz, N.J.M. Horing & P. Ludwig, Introduction to Complex Plasmas (Book), Springer,. 109-132.


  • N.J.M. Horing, and S.Y. Liu. (2009). "Green's functions for a graphene sheet and quantum dot in a normal magnetic field", J. Phys. A. (42), 225301 .


  • S.Y. Liu, X.L. Lei, N.J.M. Horing. (2008). "Diffusive Transport in Graphene: The Role of Interband Correlation", J. Appl. Phys., 104 043705.


  • S.Y. Liu, N.J.M. Horing, & X.L. Lei. (2010). "Dynamic Conductivity of Graphene in a Terahertz AC Electric Field", IEEE Sensors Journal, IEEE. 10 681.


  • B. Dong B, H.Y. Fan, X.L. Lei, N.J.M. Horing. (2009). "Counting statistics of tunneling through a single molecule: Effect of distortion and displacement of vibrational potential surface", J. Appl. Phys. . 105 113702.


  • N.J.M. Horing, T. Yu. Bagaeva & V.V. Popov. "Excitation of Radiative Polaritons in a 2D Excitonic Layer by a Light Pulse", J. Optical Soc. America, B24, 2428 , AIP (2007).


  • N.J.M. Horing & L.Y. Chen. "Inverse Dielectric Function of a Lateral Quantum Wire Superlattice Parallel to the Interface of a Plasma-Like Semiconductor", Phys. Rev. B 74, 195336, AIP (2006) :[Also reprinted in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science of Technology, Dec. 11, 2006].


  • N. J. M. Horing, M. L. Glasser & B. Dong. "Dynamic & Statistical Thermodynamic Properties of Electrons in a Thin Quantum Well in a Parallel Magnetic Field", J. Phys. C: Condensed Matter, 18, p. 2573, IOP (2006).


  • N. J. M. Horing & L. Y. Chen. "Magneto-Image Effects in the van der Waals Interaction of an Atom and a Bounded Dynamic Nonlocal Plasma-like Medium", Phys. Rev. A66, p. 042905, AIP (2002).


  • S.Y. Liu, N.J.M. Horing & X.L. Lei. "Inverse Spin Hall Effect by Spin Injection", Applied Physics Letters 91, 122508, AIP (2007).


  • N.J.M. Horing. "Quantum Theory of Electron Gas Plasma Oscillations in a Magnetic Field", Annals of Physics (NY) 31, 1 (1965).


  • N.J.M. Horing, M.M. Yildiz. "Quantum-Theory of Longitudional Dielectric Response Properties of a 2-Dimensional Plasma in a Magnetic-Field", Annals of Physics (NY) 97, 216 (1976).


  • X. L. Lei, N. J. M. Horing & Hl Cui. "Theory of Negative Differential Conductivity In a Superlattice Miniband", Physical Review Letters 66 (25), 3277, AIP (1991) .


  • H.L. Cui, V. Fessatidis & N.J.M. Horing. "Commensurability Oscillations in Magnetoplasmons of a Density-Modulated Two-Dimensional Electron-Gas", Phys. Rev. Lett. 63, 2598, AIP (1989).


  • B. Dong, N. J. M. Horing & H. L. Cui. "Inelastic Cotunneling-Induced Decoherence & Relaxation, Charge & Spin Currents in an Interacting Quantum Dot Under a Magnetic Field", Physical Review B72, 165326, AIP (2005); [Also reprinted in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, October 31, 2005].


  • B. Dong, N.J.M. Horing and X.L. Lei. "Qubit Measurement by a Quantum Point Contact: a Quantum Langevin Equation Apporach", Phys. Rev. B 74, 033303, AIP (2006): [Also reprinted in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, July 18, 2006; and in the Virtual Journal of Quantum Information, July 2006].


  • X. L. Lei and N. J. M. Horing. (1992). "Balance Equation Approach to Hot-Carrier Transport in Semiconductors", Editor C. S. Ting, Physics of Hot Electron Transport in Semiconductors (Book), World Scientific Press, Singapore. 1-132 .


  • N. J. M. Horing , H. L. Cui & X. L. Lei. (1992). "Recent Developments in Hot Electron Magnetotransport Theory", Editor C. S. Ting, Physics of Hot Electron Transport in Semiconductors (Book), World Scientific Press, Singapore. 133-169 .


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