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Departmental Index

Department/Title Author Issue Pages
Ask the Attorney
Internet messaging, advertising Epstar 12/02 34
Insider trading, stock options Epstar 8/02 34
Trademarks, age, licenses Epstar 6/02 33-34
Disputes, grants, communications Epstar 4/02 33-34
Patents, financing, and law Epstar 2/02 34-35
Books
Booklist   12/04 37-39
Booklist   10/04 33-35
Booklist   8/04 33-35
Booklist   6/04 33-35
Booklist   4/04 33-35
Booklist   2/04 33-34
Booklist   12/03 33-34
Booklist   10/03 33-34
Booklist   8/03 34
Booklist   6/03 35-36
Booklist   4/03 35, 38
Booklist   2/03 35, 38
Booklist   12/02 35, 38
Booklist   8/02 38
Booklist   6/02 29
Booklist   4/02 26, 31
Booklist   2/02 37-38
Booklist   12/01 33, 38
Booklist   10/01 34
Booklist   8/01 34, 37
Booklist   6/01 28
Booklist   4/01 33
Booklist   10/00 35-36
Booklist   8/00 34, 38
Booklist   6/00 32
Book Review
Quantum Chaos and Quantum Dots Arjendu K. Pattanayak 12/04 37
Numerical Methods for Image Registration Gurusham Sudhir 12/04 37-38
Fundamentals of Semiconductor Lasers Anatoliy Bekrenev Web only  
Silicon Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits Michael Hargrove Web only  
Silicon Carbide: Recent Major Advances Hani Badawi Web only  
Invitation to Contemporary Physics Michael Blaszkiewicz Web only  
Underwater Acoustic Modeling and Simulation Muhammed Hassanali Web only  
Handbook of Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations Andrew Resnick 10/04 33
Parallel Scientific Computing in C++ and MPI Babak Makkinejad 10/04 33-34
Modern Classical Optics Georg Nyman Web only  
The Space Environment Henry J. P. Smith 8/04 33
Thinking in Complexity Anutosh Moitra 8/04 33
Corrosion of Metals Edward J. Bawolek Web only  
Modern Problems in Classical Electrodynamics F. Javier Gonzalez 6/04 33-34
Optical Imaging and Microscopy DeVon W. Griffin Web only  
Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-Ray Microanalysis Anatoliy Bekrenev Web only  
Temperature James F. Schooley Web only  
Wave Physics Andrew Sheppard 6/04 33
Laser Material Processing Anatoliy Bekrenev 4/04 33
The Isaac Newton School of Driving Henry J. P. Smith 4/04 33-34
Applied Laser Medicine F. Javier Gonzalez Web only  
Flow Around Circular Cylinders Anutosh Moitra Web only  
Imaging in Molecular Dynamics Andrew Resnick Web only  
Unified Structured Inventive Thinking Roni Horowitz 10/99 17
Business
Creating economic value from research knowledge Charles B. Duke 8/04 29-31
How IBM sustains the leading edge Thomas N. Theis and Hans J. Coufal 4/04 18-22
Steps to high-tech success John T. Preston 8/03 24-26
Hiring and firing Lou Carloni 6/03 28-30
Ten ways to create a winning team Lou Carloni 4/03 28-29
A scientific approach to managing competition Theodore Modis 2/03 25-27
Buying patterns in e-commerce Zita Zoltay Paprika 12/02 26, 28-29
Accounting for hidden costs Joseph E. L. Rogers 6/02 26-28
Are you carrying trade secrets? J. Christopher Jensen 10/01 31-33
Privacy issues tangle the Web Justine Young Gottshall 6/01 30-32
Trademarks: How do they work? William M. Borchard 2/01 31, 33-34
Should you copyright it? William M. Borchard 12/00 31-33
Finding capital for technology start-ups Alexander J. Glass 10/00 31-34
Do you need to patent it? William M. Borchard 8/00 26-27
Ten steps to a high-tech start-up Duncan MacVicar 10/99 27-31
Physicist transformed the quality of management James F. Leonard 9/97 46, 48
From physics to marketing Santanu Bhattacharya 3/97 32-36
Big bucks for small businesses Kathleen Billie 12/95 34
You, too, can be an entrepreneur Milton Chang 7/95 37-41
Careers
One hundred thousand questions Joe Przechocki 4/02 20, 22-23
Careering through optics Jeff Schoenwald 12/01 26-29
The physicist as quality engineer Mark Annett 4/01 34-35, 37
Health physicists: A breed apart Mark L. Maiello 6/99 30-31
Don't stress over interview dress Lynne Waymon 9/98 51
Questions and answers Lynne Waymon 6/98 51
Mind your manners Ellen Brandt 3/97 40
How to Net yourself a job Todd Waymon 12/96 40-41
Disagreeing without being disagreeable Anne Baber and Lynne Waymon 9/96 41-42
Bridging corporate boxes Anne Baber and Lynne Waymon 6/96 40-41
Making the most of memberships Anne Baber and Lynne Waymon 3/96 38-39
Becoming a consultant Anne Baber and Lynne Waymon 12/95 38-39
How to fireproof your career Anne Baber and Lynne Waymon 7/95 26-27
Corporate Associates
New tools for new materials H. Frederick Dylla 4/02 24-25
The cradle of xerography Charles B. Duke and Dan Hays 4/01 39-41
Agilent Labs takes off Cynthia M. Smith 8/00 22-23
Fission, fusion, and beyond Chris J. Hamilton 6/00 26-27
Tackling the future of energy Jennifer Ouellette 12/99 30-31
Gas and gasoline Angela Putney 10/99 37-38
Physics helps redesign Dow Chemical Angela Putney 4/99 39
Alternative vehicles Angela Putney 2/99 32
A tradition of discovery Angela Putney 9/98 52-53
Wireless and spacey Angela Putney 6/98 56-57
An industrial booster Angela Putney 3/98 44-45
Data and Trends
The need for speed Patrick Young 2/00 28-29
Where the jobs are Raymond Y. Chu and Amanda Benedict 12/99 29
Electronic shadows Eric J. Lerner 12/99 29
Editorial
Your turn Charles Harris and Ken McNaughton 9/98 4
Who are you? Charles Harris 6/98 4
Creating a new link Ken McNaughton 3/98 4
Vision, technology, and motivation Charles Harris 12/97 4
Coping with the cross traffic Ken McNaughton 9/97 4
Comets and stars Ken McNaughton 6/97 4
Hungry for new ideas Ken McNaughton 3/97 4
Reengineering thinking Ken McNaughton 12/96 4
Geography counts Ken McNaughton 9/96 4
Endless frontier, limited resources Ken McNaughton 6/96 4
On our own Ken McNaughton 3/96 4
Where are we? Ken McNaughton 12/95 4
Reinventing ourselves Charles Harris 7/95 4
Forum
North of the border Dan Fleetwood 12/03 26-27
Grid computing made simple J. H. Kaufman, G. Deen, T. J. Lehman, and J. Thomas 8/03 31-33
Hybrid semiconductor-molecular nanoelectronics Konstantin Likharev 6/03 20-23
Salute to new Fellows Patrick Young 4/03 31-32
Small focus brings big rewards Patrick Young 2/03 28-32
Exploring technology in Silicon Hills Stefan Zollner and Stephen Rosenblum 12/02 31-32
Global Positioning System: A high-tech success Neil Ashby 10/02 24-27
Detecting hydrogen with chemochromic thin films J. Roland Pitts 6/02 31-32
Nice work, Fellows Patrick Young 4/02 27-29
Prizes and awards for industry Patrick Young 2/02 31-33
Crossing disciplines with physics Kenneth C. Hass 12/01 18-19
Will MgB2 work? Paul M. Grant 10/01 22-23
Will your new business succeed? Jing Tian 8/01 26-27
A new venture in holographic storage Lisa Dhar 6/01 26-27
Answering industry's needs Patrick Young 4/01 30-32
Peer recognition Patrick Young 2/01 24-25
Electronics in Seattle Gordon A. Thomas 12/00 36-37
Georgetown answers industry's call James Freericks 10/00 24-25
The transition to high-tech management M. Cynthia Hipwell 8/00 24-25
A new kind of memory Richard Spitzer and E.J. Torok 6/00 28, 30
Salute the Fellows Patrick Young 4/00 28, 30-31
And the winner is... Patrick Young 2/00 30-31
Polymers in Minneapolis Laura Smoliar and James Kaufman 12/99 37-38
Big five at centennial display Patrick Young 10/99 38-39
Industrial research: Past, present, and future Patrick Young 8/99 24-25
Voting goes virtual Patrick Young 6/99 32, 34
Good science makes good business Patrick Young 4/99 40-41
Teaching "techies" how to manage Patrick Young 2/99 31
Applying the fundamentals of physics Patrick Young 12/98 39, 42
A centennial salute to APS James H. Kaufman 12/98 35, 37
"The flu" strikes Silicon Valley Matt Richter 9/98 48-49
Fellows turn physics into technology Patrick Young 6/98 54-55
LA story Galen Fisher and Nancy Forbes 3/98 42-43
In salute of excellence Patrick Young 12/97 47-48
Computational physics Ken Hass 9/97 50-51
They are jolly good fellows Diana Lutz 6/97 37, 39
Prizes and awards Ray Baughman 3/97 38-39
Everything's up to date in Kansas City L. Craig Davis 12/96 38-39
First anniversary for FIAP Len Brillson 9/96 36-40
Physicists seek energy Brian Clark 6/96 35-36
Meet me in St. Louis--and Indianapolis Fred Dylla 3/96 40
Forum on industrial and applied physics takes off Neville Connell 7/95 34-35
Hidden Physicists
Arrogance Readers' letters 8/99 4
Looking back Readers' letters 6/99 42, 44
European scene Readers' letters 6/99 42
Arrogance Readers' letters 6/99 41-42
Hidden but not silent Roman Czujko 2/99 35-36
Diverse careers Readers' letters 9/98 45
Physicists and engineers Readers' letters 6/98 52-53
Speaking out Readers' letters 3/98 47-48
Not lost in the crowd Readers' letters 12/97 41-42, 44-45
Find the hidden physicist John S. Rigden 9/97 52-53
Industry/Academia
Training physicists for industry Patrick Young 2/03 22-24
Introducing a bachelor of industrial physics David A. Larrabee 8/02 28-29
Ideas for industry spring from Rice Nancy Forbes 2/02 26, 28
E-learning advances by degrees Nancy Forbes 10/01 28-29
Managing conflicts of interest Nancy Forbes 8/01 22-25
Physics and entrepreneurship Nancy Forbes 2/01 35-36
Industrial Liaison Program at MIT Nancy Forbes 12/00 34-35
Recruiting the best and brightest Nancy Forbes 10/00 26, 29
Commercial spin-off at Applied Physics Laboratory Nancy Forbes 6/00 34-35
The buffer zone Nancy Forbes 2/00 32-33
Will Japanese science reinvent itself? Nancy Forbes 10/99 32-35
Stimulating collegiate inventiveness Nancy Forbes 10/99 22, 24
Chaos at 35,000 feet William L. Ditto 8/99 27-29
Physics applied at Columbia University Nancy Forbes 6/99 26, 28-29
Photonics researchers collaborate Mark Sceats 4/99 28-30
Incubating technology-oriented start-ups David F. Barbe, Herbert Rabin, and Edward M. Sybert 6/98 47-48
Take physics local P. W. "Bo" Hammer 3/98 30-32
Varian benefits from Monash input D. Oliver, T. Finlayson, and J. Sullivan 6/97 34-35
Incubating entrepreneurs at Caltech Jennifer Ouellette 12/96 34, 37
A light and lively quartet Anne Myers 9/96 34-35
Advancing semiconductor technology Larry Sumney 6/96 37
Cornell offers scientists a fast-track MBA Phyllis Davis 6/96 32-34
Collaborative R&D succeeds in Denmark Jrn Hvam 3/96 36-37
Reengineering industry's role in university education James C. McGroddy 12/95 36-37
Investing in Technology
Industrial R&D boom continues; Clinton boosts technology Patrick Young 4/00 32-33
Materials
Beryllium: No longer just ballistic David Appell 6/97 32-33
Putting quasicrystals to work Diana Lutz 12/96 26, 29, 31
The quietly expanding rare-earth market Diana Lutz 9/96 28, 30
Meetings
Industry meets government Bob Clark 6/96 38
Bridging the gap Bob Clark 6/96 39
Stretching R&D dollars Bob Clark 6/96 39
Opinion
Will innovation flourish in the future? Jerome I. Friedman 12/02 22-25
Energy barriers Laura Nader and readers 10/02 12-14
Barriers to thinking new about energy Laura Nader 8/02 24-27
Political shifts affect science funding Edward Furtek 6/01 36-38
A sound guide to product acceptance Richard H. Lyon 3/98 50-51
Find the hidden physicist John S. Rigden 9/97 52-53
Symbols of science policy John M. Rowell 6/97 40
Primer
Curve fitting made easy Marko Ledvij 4/03 24-27
Reprise
Spin and energy--free? Anders O. Wistrom and readers 10/03 23-25
Microwaves from the moon David R. Criswell 10/02 28-29, 31
Return to the moon David R. Criswell 8/02 31-32
Societies
Magic or physics? Sina Kniseley 12/04 31-34
The American Astronomical Society Kevin B. Marvel 6/04 29-31
What is rheology anyway? Faith A. Morrison 4/04 29-31
APS works for the physics community Trish Lettieri 2/04 29-30
The Optical Society of America Colleen Morrison 12/03 29-30
AVS turns 50 Charles B. Duke 10/03 26-27
Technology
Scramjets integrate air and space Dean Andreadis 8/04 24-27
Safeguarding ports with chemical profiling Edward J. Staples 6/04 22-26
Finding pollution with aerial infrared thermography Gregory R. Stockton 4/04 24-27
Simplifying carbon nanotube identification R. Bruce Weisman 2/04 24-27
Understanding and predicting space weather Dawn Lenz 12/03 18-21
Compact accelerator neutron generators David L. Chichester and James D. Simpson 12/03 22-25
Developing a chemical-imaging camera Ellen V. Miseo and Norman A. Wright 10/03 29-32
Terahertz radiation: Applications and sources Eric R. Mueller 8/03 27-29
Tunable lasers and fiber-Bragg-grating sensors Mark Wippich and Kathy Li Dessau 6/03 24-27
Recent advances in computer vision Massimo Piccardi and Tony Jan 2/03 18-21
Superconducting magnets get bigger and better Alan Street 10/02 32-34, 38
Energy for the city of the future Paul M. Grant 2/02 22-25
Here come the microengines Carol Livermore 12/01 20-22, 25
Shielding magnetic fields Arnold H. Green 10/01 24-27
Laser tracker maps three-dimensional features Bob Bridges and Kevin Hagan 8/01 28, 29, 31-33
Electronics with a twist Stuart A. Wolf, Daryl Treger, and Almadena Chtchelkanova 6/01 33-35
Military applications of microsystems William C. Tang and Abraham P. Lee 2/01 26-29
A new way to deposit organic thin films Alberto Piqu, R. Andrew McGill, and Douglas B. Chrisey 10/00 20-23
Raman scattering becomes more accessible Willes H. Weber 10/00 12, 14
Cryptography and the new economy Tom Lee 8/00 29-31, 33
Can anything stop the transistor? Eric J. Lerner 6/00 18-21
Building the bionic ear Graeme M. Clark 2/00 12-15
Making ferroelectric memories Domokos Hadnagy 12/99 26-28
Do no harm Emmanuel P. Papadakis 6/99 14-16
Remodeling the internal combustion engine D. C. Haworth and S. H. El Tahry 12/98 29, 31-33
Cutting accelerometers down to size Dan Handman 9/98 46-47
Silicon micromechanics takes on light-wave networks David Bishop and Randy Giles 9/98 39, 41, 43
SPMs step from laboratory to industry Lisa E. Benatar and Sung I. Park 6/98 34-35, 37
Lasers: The cutting edge in industry Richard Walker 6/98 29, 31, 33
A laser-based thin-film growth monitor Charles Taylor, Darryl Barlett, Eric Chason, and Jerry Floro 3/98 25-26, 28
Ultrahigh-speed electronic imaging David Bowley, Joseph Honour, and Brian Speyer 12/97 28-31
Excimer lasers for industrial microprocessing Dirk Basting and Heinrich Endert 9/97 40-44
Holographic interferometry: Nondestructive tool Howard Fein 9/97 37, 39
Scanning for defects with microscopes L. Mule'Stagno and P. Trk 6/97 28-30
Cryogenic cutting and cleaning (Environment) Marcela R. Stacey and Dennis N. Bingham 12/96 32-33
Micromachining with lasers Henry Kobsa 9/96 32-33
Improving ultra-high-resistance measurements (Equipment) Adam Daire 6/96 26-31
Automated spectroscopic ellipsometry (Equipment) James Hilfiker, John Woollam, Greg Mowry, Peter Chow, and James Elman 3/96 30-34
Improving methods of low-level voltage and resistance (Equipment) Thomas Hayden and John Yeager 12/95 29-33
Picking the perfect cryostat (Equipment) Munir Jirmanus 7/95 29-33

 

 

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