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Paul H
Cutler
Professor Emeritus of Physics
Paul H Cutler

Education

Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University (1958)
M.S. The Pennsylvania State University (1955)
B.S. The Pennsylvania State University (1948)

Selected Publications

  1. Z. H. Huang, P. H. Cutler, T. E. Feuchtwang and E. Kazes, "A Multi-dimensional Tunneling Theory with Application to Scanning Tunneling Microscope," Colloq. de Phys. C8, 31 – 36 (1990)
  2. E. Kazes and P. H. Cutler, "Implications of the Entropy Maximum Principle," to appear in Am. J. Phys., in press (1988)
  3. M. S. Chung, N. M. Miskovsky, P. H. Cutler, T. E. Feuchtwang and E. Kazes, "An Electrohydrostatic Analysis of Equilibrium Shape and Stability of Stressed Conducting Fluids: Application to Liquid Metal Ion Sources," J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 5, 1628 – 1638 (1987)
  4. M. S. Chung, N. M. Miskovsky, P. H. Cutler, T. E. Feuchtwang and E. Kazes, "An Electrohydrostatic Analysis of Equilibrium Shape and Stability of Stressed Conducting Fluids: Application to Liquid Metal Ion Sources," J. Vac. Sci. Technol. 5, in press (1987)
  5. N. Sujatha, P. H. Cutler, E. Kazes, J. P. Rogers and N. M. Miskovsky, "Variational Formulation for the Equilibrium Condition of a Conducting Fluid in an Electric Field," Appl. Phys. A 32, 55 – 61 (1983)

Research Interests

Tunneling theory and computer simulation studies of electronic properties of wide band-gap materials (e.g., diamond, GaN, etc.) and their use in thin-film microelectronic devices.