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Robert Glosser
Professor and Program Head-Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Office MailstopMail Box: EC36, ECSN 2.234, Room No.: ECSN 2.234 
Email Address  glosser@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-2876    Media Contact
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Jean, Phyllis
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D. University of Chicago1967
 M.S. University of Chicago1962
 B.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology1959
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Research Interests

During my academic career, I have mentored 25 students to their Ph.D. (22 at UTD). My experimental work centers on the measurement of optical properties of solids with emphasis on modulation spectroscopy, Raman scattering and photoluminescence. Materials recently or currently studied include III-V compounds, both wide and narrow band gap semiconductors, elemental amorphous materials, nanomaterials, semiconducting silicides, thermoelectric materials and photonic crystals.

Projects:

1. Properties of metal silicides. These have importance as silicon based light emitting devices. An ion-implanted FeSi2 device, emitting light at 1.5 microns, was developed at the University of Surrey, England. It is exciting because a silicon based infrared emitter is economically desirable for long distance fiber optic communication. This work has been the trigger for a full exploration of the electronic and vibrational properties of semiconducting silicides including FeSi2, OsSi2 and Ru2Si3. We have studied these materials by Raman and photoreflectance spectroscopies.
2. Wide band gap semiconductors, particularly GaN and AlN. These are of interest for blue and ultraviolet LEDs and lasers. We have a vacuum ultraviolet modulated reflectivity spectrometer with which we have been studying these materials out to 10 eV.
3. Narrow gap semiconductors, particularly InGaSb alloys. Moving toward the other end of the spectrum we have developed an apparatus that is capable of measuring modulated reflectivity (photoreflectance or electroreflectance) signals in the mid infrared. At this point, we have demonstrated our ability to measure photoreflectance signals down to 0.5 eV.
4. We are developing photoreflectance as a contactless technique for studying defect and surface states in semiconductors. It is basically an optical deep-level-transient-spectroscopy (DLTS) technique and requires measurements of photoreflectance spectra as a function of modulation frequency and temperature.
5. In collaboration with the NanoTech Institute at UTD, we are investigating hydrogen storage properties of nanotubes.

Student Involvement-Present and Past.
In the context of local ties with the semiconductor industry, several of the UTD Ph.D. graduates from our group deserve particular mention. Dr. Gary Frazier is the manager of the Nanoelectronics group at Raytheon. Prior to assuming his managerial responsibilities, he was a TI Fellow. Dr. Joe Estrera is Chief Technology Officer and Director of Engineering for Northrop Grumman in Garland, Texas. Also, Dr. Tim Ostromek, Dr. Adriana Giordana and Dr. Loig Bourree are research scientists at Northrop Grumman. Dr. Glen Birdwell is a research scientist at MEMC in Sherman, Texas. Dr. Steve Collins is manager of research programs for the NanoTech Institute at UTD. Currently, Justin Schaefers is working on a collaborative Ph.D. project with Northrop Grumman.

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2005
Effect of modulation duty cycle on the amplitude of photoreflectance. Esam Al-Arfaj, R. Glosser, K. Alavi, E.A. Beam III, Canadian Journal of Physics. 83, 1029 (2005).
Category: Journal of Physics
Peer reviewed
2005
Self-assembly of colloidal silica into opals with large ordered single crystals. Preston B. Landon, Cody Gilleland, Brandon Jarvis, Brian D. Waters, Kanzan Inoue and R. Glosser, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects. 259, 35 (2005).
Category: Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engin...
Peer reviewed
2004
Optical characterization of n-and p-doped 4H-SiC by electroreflectance spectroscopy.” Gazi Demir, Timothy E. Renfro, R. Glosser, and S.E. Saddow, Applied Physics Letters 84, 3540 (2004).
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2004
"Excitonic transitions in β-FeSi2 epitaxial films and single crystals.” A.G. Birdwell, T.J. Shaffner, D. Chandler-Horowitz, G.H. Buh, M. Rebien, W. Henrion, P. Stauß, G. Behr, L. Malikova, F.H. Pollak, C. Littler, R. Glosser and S. Collins, Journal of Applied Physics 95, 2441 (2004).
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2003
“Electroreflectance of hexagonal gallium nitride at the fundamental and E1 spectral regions.” M.F. Al-Kuhaili, R. Glosser, A.E. Wickenden, D.D. Koleske, and R.L. Henry, Applied Physics Letters 82, 1203 (2003).
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2002-PresentConsultant  Northrop Grumman/Litton, Garland, Texas
2001/summerConsultant  Northrop Grumman/Litton, Garland, Texas
1996-1997on Special Faculty Development Assignment from UTD and appointed as Visiting Professorial Research Fellow under an award from the UK Engineering and Physical Science Research Council  University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, England
1993/summerConsultant  Litton/Varo, Garland, Texas
1992/summerConsultant  Varo/IMO, Garland, Texas
1991/summerConsultant  Varo/IMO, Garland, Texas
1990/summerASEE Navy Summer Faculty Fellow  Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C.,
1990-PresentProfessor  The University of Texas at Dallas
1986/summerASEE Navy Summer Faculty Grant  Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C.,
1984Consultant  Varo, Inc., Garland, Texas
1979Acting Program Head for Summer and Fall Semesters  The University of Texas at Dallas
1975-1990Associate Professor  The University of Texas at Dallas
1974/summerConsultant  Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California
1971-1975Assistant Professor  University of Maryland
1969-1971Lecturer  University of California, Santa Barbara
1967-1969Military Officer/Research Physicist  Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California,
1959/summerTechnician  Allison Division, General Motors
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 DurationTitleSponsorAmountStatus
06/01/94-08/31/94Optical Characterization of III-V Compounds.Varo/IMO$13,506Previous
01/01/91-05/31/94Photoreflectance Characterization of SIMOX.Texas instruments, Inc.$20,000Previous
06/01/87-05/31/94Optical Characterization of Semiconductor Materials.Varo/IMO$155,179Previous
06/01/91-12/31/91High Precision, Nondestructive Characterization of Bulk InGaAs and InAlAs/InGaAs in HEMT Structures.Texas Instruments, Inc.$10,150Previous
01/01/87-05/31/87Liquid Phase Epitaxial Growth and Optical Characterization of III-V Compound Semiconductors.Varo/IMO$5,504Previous
06/18/82-08/31/84Feasibility Study- MIS (Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor) Capacitors as Elements of an Optical MemoryGeneral Dynamics, Fort Worth Division$22,000Previous
09/01/82-05/31/83"Reflectivity of Medically Significant Plastics and FluidsQuest Medical Inc., Dallas, Texas$2,635Previous
06/01/80-12/31/81Hydrogen Absorption Properties of Metal Alloys.Texas Instruments, Inc.$24,855Previous
12/01/81-01/31/12Feasibility Study of a Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor Capacitor Optical MemoryGeneral Dynamics$2,000Previous
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Patent
  • MBE Grown Alkali Antimonide Photocathodes. R. Glosser, J.P. Estrera, L.E. Bourree, through Litton Systems, Inc. Awarded January 31, 2006, Patent Number 6,992,441 B2
  • An Optical Non-destructive Technique for Measuring Net Carrier Concentration in Semiconductors. N. Bottka, D. K. Gaskill and R. Glosser, through Department of the Navy. Awarded September 4, 1990, Patent Number 4953983.

Ph.D. Dissertation Directed
  • "Beyond Band Gap Photoreflectance Study on PHEMT Device Structures" by Prem Lionel Stephan Thamban, The University of Texas at Dallas (December 2005)
  • "Nano-Engineering of Colloidal Particles, Synthetic Biomimetic Blood Cells, Synthetic Opals, Photonic Crystals and the Physics of Self-Assembling Nanostructures" by Preston Landon, The University of Texas at Dallas (August 2005).
  • "Defect and Interface States as Measured by Photoreflectance" by Mohammed Al- Zamil, The University of Texas at Dallas. (May 2005).
  • "Electroreflectance of Wurtzite Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride and Aluminum Nitride" by Timothy Edward Renfro, The University of Texas at Dallas. (December 2004).
  • "Optical Characterization of 4H Silicon Carbide Polytype by Electromodulation Spectroscopy" by Gazi Demir, The University of Texas at Dallas. (December 2004).
  • "Growth and Characterization of In1-xGaxAs Photocathodes for Extended Near Infrared Imaging" by Loig Erwan Richard Bourree, The University of Texas at Dallas. (April 2003).
  • "Characterization of Deep-Levels in Semiconductors by Photoreflectance Spectroscopy" by Esam Al Arfaj, The University of Texas at Dallas. (June, 2001).
  • "Optical Characterization of Strained In1-xGaxSb by Photoreflectance Spectroscopy" by Steve Collins, The University of Texas at Dallas. (April, 2001).
  • "Electrical and Optical Characterization of Non-Crystalline Silicon Used as Infrared Detector at Room Temperature" by Stefano Pitassi, The University of Texas at Dallas. (April, 2001). Co-chaired with Professor Roy Chaney.
  • "Optical Properties of b-FeSi2, Ru2Si3, and OsSi2: Semiconducting Transition Metal Silicides" by Anthony Glen Birdwell, The University of Texas at Dallas. (January 2001).
  • "Electroreflectance of Gallium Nitride and Aluminum Gallium Nitride" by Mohammad F. Al-Kuhaili, The University of Texas at Dallas. (August 1999).
  • "Electro-optic Characterization of Excitonic Transitions and Electric Fields in In0.14Ga0.86As/GaAs Strained Layer Multiple Quantum Wells" by Timothy Everett Ostromek, The University of Texas at Dallas. (August 1996).
  • "Photoreflectance Studies of Zn-Doped AlxGa1-xAs at the E1 Transition Energy" by Abdul- Basit Ali Saleh, The University of Texas at Dallas. (August 1995).
  • "Optical Characterization and Photoluminescence Study of Porous Silicon" by Patrick Duane Stevens, The University of Texas at Dallas. (March 1995).
  • "High Precision Correlation of Fundamental Material Parameters for Bulk InGaAs on InP and InGaAs HEMT Structures using Photoluminescence, X-ray Diffraction, Photoreflectance and Raman Spectroscopy" by Joseph P. Estrera, The University of Texas at Dallas. (September 1992).
  • "Characterization of Semi-insulating GaAs by Photoreflectance and Photoluminescence" by Christopher M. Durbin, The University of Texas at Dallas. (August 1992).
  • "Photoreflectance of Doped GaAs Beyond the Band Gap" by Ali Badakhshan, The University of Texas at Dallas. (August 1990).
  • "Photoreflectance Studies of Silicon on Insulator Structures" by Adriana Giordana, The University of Texas at Dallas. (August 1990).
  • "Characterization of Thin Films of the Palladium-Silver-Hydrogen System" by Jaime Velasco Villalobos, The University of Texas at Dallas. (November 1988).
  • "Piezoreflectance Studies of Polyacetylene Films" by Richard L. Tober, The University of Texas at Dallas. (January 1986).
  • "Measurements of the Pressure-Concentration and Pressure-Resistance Temperature Relations of Thin Films of the Palladium-Hydrogen System" by Ming-Way Lee, The University of Texas at Dallas. (August 1985).
  • "Thin Film Properties of the Palladium-Hydrogen System" by Gary A. Frazier, The University of Texas at Dallas. (December 1984).
  • "The Electroreflectance of PbS, PbTe and PbSe" by Brian G. Rennex, The University of Maryland. (December 1976).
  • "The Measurement and Analysis of the Strain Optic Spectra of Gold" by P. Szcepanek, The University of Maryland, Technical Report 73-123. (May 1973).
  • "A Study of the Optical and Electrical Properties of Amorphous Si and Their Dependence Upon Thermal History" by Adam J. Lewis, University of Maryland, Technical Report 73-78. (December 1972).

Invited Talks/International Program Committees
  • Member International Program Committee for the International Conference on Optical and Optoelectronic Properties of Materials and Applications (ICOOPMA) 2006, 15-23 July, 2006, Darwin, Australia
  • Invited Speaker for International Workshop on Modulation Spectroscopy of Semiconductor Structures in Wroclaw, Poland July 1-3, 2004.
  • Photoreflectance Applied to III-V Quantum Wells, Invited talk at the Physics Department of the University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, England, October 9, 1996.
  • Porous Silicon, Invited Colloquium for the Physics Department of The University of Texas at Arlington, May 3, 1995.
  • Determination of Hydrogen Concentration in Thin Films of Absorbing Materials, with M.W. Lee, presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Amorphous Hydrides, Rhodes, Greece, 9-19 September 1985.
  • Resistivity of Thin Films of the Palladium-Hydrogen System as a Function of Film Thickness with M.W. Lee, presented at the Hydrogen in Metals International Symposium, Queens University of Belfast, Northern Ireland, 26-29 March 1985.

M.S. Thesis Sponsored
  • "Versatile Microscopic Photoluminescence Apparatus." by Loig Erwan Richard Bouree, the University of Texas at Dallas (August 2000).
  • "Transport Properties of HgCdTe by Infrared Reflectance." by Charlotte Tatsch, The University of Texas at Dallas (May 1989).
  • "Surface Capacitance of Indium Antimonide Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor Capacitors." by James Halvis, The University of Texas at Dallas (May 1980).
  • "Electroreflectance Measurements of Small Energy Gap Semiconductors with Emphasis of PbSe." by Razieh Jandaghi Semnani, The University of Texas at Dallas (December 1977).
  • "Polishes and Etches for Small Gap Semiconductors with a New Method of Chemical Polishing for PbSe and Preparation of MIS Capacitor Devices for Electroreflectance Measurements." by Gholam-Hossein Bandeh-Ahmadi, The University of Texas at Dallas (December 1977).

Physics Community Activities
  • Member of NSF review panel for MRI (Major Research Instrumentation) proposals. May 3, 1999.
  • Reviewer: Department of Physics at the University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee. Member of two-person outside review team to provide "instructional assessment" as required by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. Review conducted on April 3-4, 1995.
  • Chairman: Semiconductors: Nonlinear Optical Properties Session, American Physical Society Meeting, San Jose, California, March 1995.
  • Member: Advisory Board for Consortium for Nanoscale Materials. (A regional center for solid state research under the sponsorship of the Oak Ridge Association of Universities with participation from universities including University of Maryland, John Hopkins, Pennsylvania State, Vanderbilt and others) 1992-1997.
  • Member: Organizing Committee for 13th Annual Symposium on Electronic Materials, Processing and Characterization, June 6 & 7, 1994.
  • Member: Organizing Committee for 12th Annual Symposium on Electronic Materials, Processing and Characterization, June 7 & 8, 1993.
  • Chair: Solid State Devices Session, Joint Spring Meeting, Texas Sec. A.P.S., A.A.P.T. and S.P.S., Dallas, 4-5 April, 1986.
  • Member: Local Arrangements Committee, First International Laser Conference, Dallas, Texas, 17-22 November 1985.
  • Chair: Palladium and Palladium Alloys Session, Hydrogen in Metals International Symposium, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 26-29 March 1985.
  • Chair: Hydrogen in Metals Session, American Physical Society Meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 1982.
  • Member: Local Arrangements Committee, American Physical Society Meeting, Dallas, Texas March 1982.

University Services
  • Member, ad hoc committee for promotion of faculty member to Professor, 2005
  • Member, Physics Faculty Search Committee, 2004-2005
  • Physics Department Liaison to Founders Renovation Committee, 2004-05
  • Member, Excellence in Education Foundation Scholarship Committee 2003-05
  • Member of Academic Integrity Committee 2002-05
  • Member, Faculty Personnel Committee, 2003-2005
  • Member, Clean Room Committee 2003-04
  • Chair, Physics Faculty Search Committee, 2002-2003
  • Member, Radiation Safety Committee, 2000-2005
  • Member, Program Review Committee, 2000-2001
  • Chair, CQ, 1999-2000
  • Member, Academic Council, 1999-2000
  • Member, Academic Senate, 1999-2002
  • Member, Applied Physics Master's Degree Committee, 1999-2000
  • Member, Physics Undergraduate Committee, 1997-2000
  • Chair, ad hoc committee for promotion of faculty member to Professor, 1998.
  • Member, CQ, 1998-99
  • President, Sigma Xi, UTD Chapter 1998-1999
  • Chair, Physics Programs Colloquia series, 1998
  • Member, Biosafety Committee, 1997-1998
  • Member, Physics Program Self-Study Committee, 1996
  • Chair, Safety Committee, 1994-1996.
  • Chair, Physics Programs Colloquia series, 1994-1996
  • Chair, ad hoc committee for third year review/promotion, 1993.
  • Vice Chair, Safety Committee, 1992-94.
  • Member, Parking and Security Committee, 1992-94.
  • Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee 1989.
  • Member, Task Force for Academic Expansion 1989.
  • Vice Chair, Committee on Educational Policy, 1989-1990.
  • Chair, Committee on Educational Policy, 1988-1989.
  • Chair, Physics Qualifying Exam Committee Fall 1982.
  • Chair, Faculty Handbook Committee 1982-1983.
  • Member, Academic Senate 1981-1982 and 1988-1989.
  • Member, Search Committee for Junior Faculty Member, 1988-1989.
  • Member, Committee on Student Life, 1983-1985.
  • Member, Search Committee for Senior Experimental Physicist, 1981-1983.

Scientific Recgnition
Listed in American Men and Women of Science

Societies
  • Sigma Xi
  • American Physical Society

Abstracts and Unpublished Talks
  • "Hollow colloidal rods formed on a viral template." P.B. Landon, R. Baughman, A. Zakhidov, R. Draper, R. Glosser, J. Synowczynski and S.G. Hirsch, presented at the Texas Section of the APS, Brownsville, October 10-12, 2002
  • "A Clarification of the Optical Interband transitions near the fundamental absorption edge of b- FeSi2. A. Glen Birdwell, Deane Chandler-Horowitz, Tom Shaffner, S. Collins, R. Glosser, W. Henrion, M. Rebien and P. Stauss, presented at the 2002 NIST Sigma Xi Postdoc Poster Session at NIST, February 25, 2002.
  • "Optical interband transitions near the fundamental absorption edge of b-FeSi2" A. G. Birdwell, D. Chandler-Horowitz, S. Collins, R. Glosser, W. Henrion, M. Rebien, P. Stauss, presented at the A.P.S. meeting, Indianapolis, March 18-22, 2002.
  • "Layer by Layer Coding of Buckminster Fullerenes and Polymers on Colloidal Silica Spheres in Chloroform" Preston Landon, Robert Glosser, Anvar Zakhidov, presented at the A.P.S. meeting, Indianapolis, March 18-22, 2002.
  • "Inverse metallic photonic crystals templated from fcc synthetic opals constructed by the gravitational-charge assembly of silica micro-spheres" Preston Landon, Bog G Kim, Loig Bourree, Tim Renfro, John Doug Vass, Kenneth E. Huffman, Alan Dalton, Robert Glosser, Anvar Zakhidov, Rockford K. Draper, Ray Baughman, presented at the A.P.S. Meeting, Texas Section, March 7-9, 2002.
  • "Versatile Microscopic Photoluminescence Apparatus" Loig E. Bourree, David R. Chasse, Joseph P. Estrera, Robert Glosser, Stefano Pitassi, Justin K. Schaefers, to be presented at the A.P.S. Meeting, Texas Section, March 7-9, 2002.
  • "Electroreflectance Experimentation in the VUV at the University of Texas at Dallas" Tim Renfro, Mohammad Al-Kuhaili, Loig Bourree, Preston, Landon, R. Glosser, to be presented at the A.P.S. Meeting, Texas Section, March 7-9, 2002.
  • "Electroreflectance Characterization of Silicon Carbide Polytype" Gazi Demir, Stephen Saddow, Loig Bourree, R. Glosser, presented at the A.P.S. Meeting, Texas Section, March 7- 9, 2002.
  • Wide Bandgap Semiconductors." M.F. Al-Kuhaili, R. Glosser Bull. APS (1999) presented at the APS meeting in Atlanta, March 22, 1999.
  • "A New Technique for Controlled Electroless Deposition of Osmium onto Silicon." A.G. Birdwell, L.K. Magel, I.H.Musselman and R. Glosser. Bull. APS (1999) presented at the APS meets in Atlanta, March 22, 1999.
  • "Raman probe of the Si/silicide interface of Fe+ ion implanted FeSi2." A. G. Birdwell, R. Glosser, D. N. Leong and K. P. Homewood. Bull. APS (1998) presented at the A.P.S. meeting in Los Angeles, March 16, 1998.
  • "The Temperature Dependence of the Electroluminescence Characteristics of Blue GaN-Based Light Emitting Diodes." S.Sweeney, P.Vicente, R. Glosser, S. Rogers and A.R. Adams. Presented at the Nitride-based Materials and Devices Conference, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, England, July 10, 1997.
  • "Photoreflectance Pump Frequency Effects in GaAs/InxGa1-xAs Quantum Well nipi Structures." T. Ostromek, R. Glosser and R.L. Tober. Bull. APS 40, 697 (1995).
  • "Characterization of Nanoscale Materials by micro-Raman and Modulation Spectroscopies." R. Glosser. Presented at the second workshop for the Center for Atomically Engineered and Nanoscale Materials. Laboratory for Physical Sciences, College Park, Maryland, October 15- 16, 1993.
  • "Characterization of Silicon on Insulator Materials by Photoreflectance." A. Giordana, R. Glosser, J.G. Pellegrino, E.D. Richmond, K. Joyner and G. Pollack. Presented at Ninth Annual Symposium of Texas Chapter of AVS 4-5 June 1990, Richardson, Texas.
  • "Photoreflectance: An Effective, Nondestructive Tool for the Characterization of Silicon on Insulator Structures." A. Giordana, R. Glosser, J.G. Pellegrino, S. Qadri and E.D. Richmond. Presented at the Optical Engineering Southcentral 1990 Symposium, 10-11 May 1990, Dallas, Texas.
  • "Photoreflectance Characterization of Silicon on Sapphire and SIMOX Materials." A. Giordana, R. Glosser, J.G. Pellegrino, M.E. Twigg, S. Qadri, and E.D. Richmond. Bull. APS 35, 705 (1990).
  • "Photoreflectance of doped GaAs at the E1 Transition." A. Badakhshan, R. Glosser, and S. Lambert. Bull. APS 35, 705 (1990).
  • "Photoreflectance Characterization of Silicon Films on Insulator." A. Giordana, R. Glosser, J. Liu, J.G. Pellegrino, S. Qadri, and E.D. Richmond, presented at the 8th Annual Symposium on Electronic materials, Processing, and Characterization, 5-6 June 1989, Richardson, TX.
  • "Photoreflectance of Heterostructures Beyond the Band Gap." A. Badakhshan, C. Durbin, R. Glosser, and S.A. Lambert, presented at the 8th Annual Symposium on Electronic materials, Processing, and Characterization, 5-6 June, 1989, Richardson, TX.
  • "Photoreflectance of MBE Silicon Films on Sapphire." Adriana Giordana, R. Glosser, Joseph G. Pellegrino, and Eliezer D. Richmond, presented at the Fall 1988 Materials Research Symposium, 28 November to 3 December 1988, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • "Piezoreflectance Studies of the Cis to Trans Isomerization of Polyacetylene Films." R.L. Tober, J.P. Ferraris and R. Glosser, presented at the Fall 1985 Materials Research Society Symposium 2-7 December 1985, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • "Pressure-Concentration Isotherms and Resistance Measurements of Thin Films of the Palladium-Hydrogen System." Ming-Way Lee and R. Glosser, Bull. APS 30, 1151 (1985).
  • "Thickness Dependence of the Pressure Composition Isotherms for Films of the Palladium- Hydrogen System." Ming-Way Lee and R. Glosser, Bull. APS 29, 239 (1984).
  • "Thermoreflectance Measurements of Thin Films of the Palladium-Hydrogen System." Gary A. Frazier and R. Glosser, Bull. APS 26, 209 (1981).
  • "Properties of Thin Films of the Palladium Hydrogen System. Gary A. Frazier and R. Glosser." Talk presented at a joint meeting of the Texas Section AAPT and The Society of Physics Students 15-17 November 1979, Abilene, Texas.
  • "Band Separations and Parity at the L Point in Lead Chalcogenides by Electroreflectance." B. Rennex, Gary A. Frazier, R. Semnani, G.H. Bandah-Ahmadi, R. Glosser and J. Kinoshita, Bull. APS 24, 364 (1978).
  • "Thermoreflectance Spectra of the Palladium-Hydrogen System." Gary A. Frazier, R. Glosser and J.J. Vuillemin, Bull. APS 23, 233 (1978).
  • "Electroreflectance of the Lead Chalcogenides." B. Rennex, R. Glosser and J. Kinoshita, Bull. APS 21, 366 (1976).
  • "Unusual Interference Effect in the Band Population Electroreflectance Modulation of InSb and InAs." D.L. Johnson, R. Glosser and N. Bottka, Bull. APS 21, 428 (1976).
  • "Electroreflectance of PbS, PbSe and PbTe." B. Rennex, J. Kinoshita and R. Glosser. Bull. APS 20, 287 (1975).
  • "Anomalous Splitting of the 1 eV Electroreflectance Structure in InSb." N. Bottka, R. Glosser and J. Kinoshita. Bull. APS 20, 287 (1975).
  • "Modulated Reflectance of Graphite." J. Kinoshita, B. Rennex and R. Glosser, Bull. APS 17, 313 (1974).
  • "Differential Optical Absorptivity of Ni Rich NiCu Alloys." H.D. Drew and R. Glosser, Bull. APS 17, 571 (1972)
  • "Photoconductivity of Amorphous Silicon." S.K. Bahl and R. Glosser, Bull. APS 17, 595 (1972).
  • "Applications of Electroreflectance and Band Population Effects to Small Gap Semiconductors." R. Glosser and B.O. Seraphin, Bull. APS 15, 288 (1970).
  • "Microwave Surface Impedance of Superconducting Tantalum as a Function of Magnetic Field and Temperature." R. Glosser and D.H. Douglass, Jr., Bull. APS 11, 88 (1966).

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