Harris, Rusty individual record
Associate Professor
overview

My research interests incluse CMOS and Silicon technology, materials integration, novel electrical and physical device and materials characterization, III-V and nanophotonics, self-assembled nanotechnology, and Supercritical Fluid Processing and Deposition.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles58
  • Agnese, R., Aralis, T., Aramaki, T., Arnquist, I. J., Azadbakht, E., Baker, W., ... Wilson, M. J. (2019). Production rate measurement of Tritium and other cosmogenic isotopes in Germanium with CDMSlite. ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS. 104, 1-12.
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  • Agnese, R., Aralis, T., Aramaki, T., Arnquist, I. J., Azadbakht, E., Baker, W., ... Winchell, J. (2018). Energy loss due to defect formation from206Pb recoils in SuperCDMS germanium detectors. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS. 113(9), 092101-092101.
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  • Agnese, R., Anderson, A. J., Aramaki, T., Baker, W., Balakishiyeva, D., Banik, S., ... Scorza, S. (2018). Nuclear-recoil energy scale in CDMS II silicon dark-matter detectors. Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A. 905, 71-81.
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  • Agnese, R., Aramaki, T., Arnquist, I. J., Baker, W., Balakishiyeva, D., Banik, S., ... Von Krosigk, B. (2018). Results from the Super Cryogenic Dark Matter Search Experiment at Soudan. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 120(6), 061802.
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  • Yamamoto, A. Y., Sundqvist, K. M., Li, P., & Harris, H. R. (2018). Simulation of a Multidimensional Input Quantum Perceptron. QUANTUM INFORMATION PROCESSING. 17(6),
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Conference Papers32
chaired theses and dissertations
Email
rusty.harris@tamu.edu
First Name
Rusty
Last Name
Harris
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Electrical Engineering; 3128 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3128
USA