Dr. Paul M. Borsenberger (1935-1998)— A Research Retrospective
Abstract:This paper is a retrospective on the career and research accomplishments of the late Dr. Paul M. Borsenberger. A Senior Research Associate in the Eastman Kodak Company, Paul was internationally renowned for his accomplishments in electrophotographic photoreceptor technology and research on charge generation and transport in amorphous systems. With his passing on July 17, 1998, we lost a colleague and a friend. In this paper we summarize his major research accomplishments and provide guidance for those wishing to review his scientific output of over 140 research publications.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2000
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