Brian Bagley (Materials Science)

Professor of Physics
Director, Eitel Institute
Ph.D., 1968, Harvard University

Dr. Bagley's materials science research interests span the spectrum from fiber optics to superconductors and currently, the preparation and processing of thin films. He has 12 issued patents, plus 1 pending, and nearly 100 refereed technical publications and book chapters. His current research interests include the integrated optics subject of fabricated optical waveguides in silica on silicon, and the preparation and properties of thin films for use in plasma display panels.

Tarascon, J.M., and Bagley, B.G. 1991. Cationic substitutions in high Tc superconductors. In Chemistry of superconductor materials, ed. T.A. Vanderah. p. 310. Park Ridge, NJ: Noyes Publications.

Bagley, B.G., Quinn, W.E., Khan, S.A., Barboux, P., and Tarascon, J.M. 1990. Dielectric and high Tc superconductor microelectronics technology. J. Non-Cryst. Solids 121:454.

Yablonovitch, E., Gmitter, T.J., and Bagley, B.G. As2S3/GaAs, a new amorphous/crystalline heterojunction for the III-V semiconductors. Appl. Phys. Lett. 57:224.