Dr. Horing’'s research includes analysis of, Quantum Field Theoretic Green's Function Methods in Many-Body Problems, Solid State and Surface Physics, Correlation Phenomena Collective Modes in Low Dimensional Systems, Quantum Transport in Semiconductor Nanostructures, Superlattices and High Magnetic Field Phenomena.
He is director of Quantum Electron Physics and Technology research in the Physics Department, which studies quantum field theory of many-body systems; nonequilibrium and thermal Green's function methods in solid state and semiconductor physics and response properties; open quantum systems; nonequilibrium fluctuations; surface interactions; quantum plasma; high magnetic field phenomena; low dimensional systems; dynamic, nonlocal dielectric properties, and collective modes in quantum wells, wires, dots, and superlattices; nanostructure electrodynamics and optical properties; nonlinear quantum transport theory; magnetotransport, miniband transport, hot electrons, and hot phonons in submicron devices; mesoscopic systems; spintronics; relaxation and decoherence in semiconductor nanostructures; nanoelectrical mechanical systems (NEMS); and device analysis for quantum computations.
Dr. Horing is a member of professional societies such as the American Physical Society, New York Academy of Sciences, Society of the Sigma Xi: Vice President of Stevens Chapter, IEEE, Materials Research Society, and European Physical Society. He has contributed to multiple journals and conference proceedings, and is responsible for two books entitled, “Fundamentals of Semiconductor Physics and Devices”, World Scientific, 771 pages (1997), and “Advanced Quantum Mechanics of Coupled Quantum Systems: Schwinger’s Approach with Applications to Condensed Matter (Semiconductors, Nanostructures, Superconductivity and Superfluidity).”
His awards and honors include the M. Engr. (Honorary Degree) Stevens Inst. Tech., Jess H. Davis Research Prize, Stevens Inst. of Tech., Advisory Comm., Phys. & Astron. Sect., NY Acad. of Sci., Research Recognition Award, Stevens Inst. of Tech, Henry Morton Distinguished Teaching Professor Award, Referee for Physical Review/Letters, J. Phys. C., J. Appl. Phys., and Referee for International Science Foundation.