Christopher K Walker

  • 2013 Citations
  • 26 h-Index
1986 …2017
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Engineering & Materials Science

Telescopes
Pixels
Waveguides
Observatories
Balloons
Domes
Astronomy
Galaxies
Upper atmosphere
Micromachining
Submillimeter waves
Planets
Stars
Spectrometers
Bolometers
Hot electrons
Mixer circuits
Focal plane arrays
Wavelength
Imaging techniques
Fabrication
Quantum cascade lasers
Infrared radiation
Lasers
Low noise amplifiers
Bandwidth
Optics
Astrophysics
Silicon
Cryogenics
Cryostats
Testing
Terahertz waves
Superconducting materials
Interferometry
Traveling wave tubes
Temperature
Waveguide components
Etching
Surface emitting lasers
Monolithic microwave integrated circuits
Interferometers
Cameras
Extrasolar planets
Machining
Poles
Niobium
Detectors
Polarization
Polarimeters

Physics & Astronomy

Aerospace Sciences

telescopes
observatories
Antarctic regions
galaxies
star formation
astronomy
Infrared Astronomy Satellite
astrophysics
stars
planets
SOFIA (airborne observatory)

Engineering

receivers
modules
fabrication
angular resolution
laser machining
quantum cascade lasers
SIS (superconductors)
machining
signatures
cryostats
interferometry
polarimeters
bandwidth
cameras

General

pixels
waveguides
molecular clouds
domes
atmospheric windows
balloons
low noise
oscillators
submillimeter waves
bolometers
amplifiers
focal plane devices
millimeter waves
spectrometers
poles
continuums

Chemistry and Materials

molecular gases
gases
carbon monoxide

Physics

noise temperature
hot electrons
wavelengths
polarization
sky brightness

Geosciences

plateaus

Earth & Environmental Sciences

gas
outflow
pixel
observatory
dome
carbon monoxide
spectrometer
astronomy
radiative transfer
merger
transparency
laser
polarization
flight
temperature
tracer
shell
plateau
dust
kinematics
planet
silicon
life cycle