Floyd James



All at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; 1976 M.S. Physics; 1974 B.S. Physics; 1982 M.S. Computer Science

Ph.D. Physics (1983) University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Associate Professor, Physics Department, North Carolina A&T State University

URL: http://www.physics.ncat.edu/faculty/fjames/index.htm

email: fjames@unicorn.ncat.edu

Other Experience

1983 - 1989 Member of Technical Staff, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Allentown, PA

1990-1994 Assistant Professor, Jackson State University

1994 - present Associate Professor, North Carolina A&T State University


Published Research

3. Floyd James and Paul Miller, "Detection of Faint Luminescence from Faulty Action in Integrated Circuits", Proceedings of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, International Conference on Raman and Luminescence Spectroscopy in Technology, Volume 882, Aug. 17-19, 1987, pp. 150-156

2. A. Lorintz, M. Puma, J. Crawford, and Floyd James, "Thermally Stimulated Processes Involving Defects in Gamma- and X- irradiated Spinel (MgAl2O4)", Journal of Applied Physics, 53(2), Feb., 1982, pp. 927-932

1. J. W. Cleland, F. J. James, and R. D. Westbrook, "Defect - Impurity Interactions in Irradiated Germanium", IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, NS-22, Dec., 1975


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