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Adjunct, Emeritus and Visiting staff

Dan Haneman

DSc Syd., PhD R'dg., FAIP, FRACI, FAA

Visiting Professor

Dan Haneman

Department

Condensed Matter Physics

Research Interests

Fundamental studies of clean semiconductor surfaces by various advanced techniques to derive atomic structure and electron states including novel cleavage luminescence method and scanning tunneling microscopy in high vacuum. Basic studies of thin films for switching and other applications. Electroluminescence from spark-processed silicon.

Selected Publications

  • Electroluminescence from Mechanically Damaged Oxidized Silicon. J. Yuan, D. Haneman, I. Andrienko and W. Li, J Appl. Phys., 83, 4385-4388 (1998).
  • Positive Ion and Electron Emission from Cleaved Silicon and Germanium. C.J. Kaalund and D. Haneman. Phys. Rev. Letters, 80, 3642-3645 (1998).
  • High Efficiency Blue-Green Electroluminescence and Scanning Electron Microscopy Studies of Porous Silicon. V.A. Kuznetsov, I. Andrienko, and D. Haneman, Appl. Phys. Letters, 72, 3323-3325 (1998)
  • Fracture Phenomena in Silicon Imaged by Infra-Red Radiation from Ejected Small Particles. E. Busch and D. Haneman, Appl. Phys. Letters, 73, 484-486 (1998).

Contact Details 

Mail Address

School of Physics
The University of New South Wales
SYDNEY 2052
Australia

Email Address

D.Haneman@unsw.edu.au

Phone Number

61 2 9385 4568
61 2 9385 4587

Facsimile Number

61 2 9385 6060
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