Dynamical properties of intrinsic localized modes are studied in micromechanical arrays, in anharmonic crystals, in electrical transmission lines and in magnetic solids.
The exploration of energy localization in discrete nonlinear lattices, both classical and quantum mechanical, is an ongoing focus.
Collaborators in this research: Nick Agladze, Vladimir Hizhnyakov, John Page, and Masayuki Sato.
Intrinsic Localized Modes in Anharmonic Crystals, Sievers AJ, Takeno S, Physical Review Letters 61, 970-973, (1988)
Optical Studies of Vibrational Properties of Disordered Solids, Barker AS, Sievers AJ, Reviews of Modern Physics 47, S1-S179, Suppl. 2 (1975)
Nonlinear Optical Properties of Periodic Laminar Structures, Bloembergen N, Sievers AJ, Applied Physics Letters 17, 483-486 (1970)
Colloquium: Nonlinear energy localization and its manipulation in micromechanical oscillator arrays, Sato, M; Hubbard, BE; Sievers, AJ, Reviews of Modern Physics 78, 137-157 (2006)
Stationary and Moving Intrinsic Localized Modes in One-Dimensional Monatomic Lattices with Cubic and Quartic Anharmonicity, Bickham, SR; Kiselev, SA; Sievers, AJ, Physical Review B 47, 14206-14211 (1993)
Observation of Coherent Transition Radiation, Happek U, Sievers AJ, Blum EB, Physical Review Letters 67, 2962-2965 (1991)
Far Infrared Antiferromagnetic Resonance In MnO and NiO, Sievers, AJ; Tinkham, M, Physical Review 129, 1566-1571 (1963)