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Hochberg, Michael E.

Overview
Works: 85 works in 134 publications in 2 languages and 1,813 library holdings
Genres: Academic theses 
Roles: Author, Editor, Thesis advisor, Other, Contributor, htt, Interviewee
Classifications: QL496.12, 595.717857
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Michael E Hochberg
Parasitoid population biology by Michael E Hochberg( )

16 editions published between 2000 and 2021 in English and held by 677 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Extraordinary in the diversity of their lifestyles, insect parasitoids have become extremely important study organisms in the field of population biology, and they are the most frequently used agents in the biological control of insect pests. This book presents the ideas of seventeen international specialists, providing the reader not only with an overview but also with lively discussions of the most salient questions pertaining to the field today and prescriptions for avenues of future research. After a general introduction, the book divides into three main sections: population dynamics, population diversity, and population applications. The first section covers gaps in our knowledge in parasitoid behavior, parasitoid persistence, and how space and landscape affect dynamics. The contributions on population diversity consider how evolution has molded parasitoid populations and communities. The final section calls for novel approaches toward resolving the enigma of success in biological control and questions why parasitoids have been largely neglected in conservation biology. Parasitoid Population Biology will likely be an important influence on research well into the twenty-first century and will provoke discussion amongst parasitoid biologists and population biologists. In addition to the editors, the contributors are Carlos Bernstein, Jacques Brodeur, Jerome Casas, H.C.J. Godfray, Susan Harrison, Alan Hastings, Bradford A. Hawkins, George E. Heimpel, Marcel Holyoak, Nick Mills, Bernard D. Roitberg, Jens Roland, Michael R. Strand, Teja Tscharntke, and Minus van Baalen
Silicon photonics design by Lukas Chrostowski( )

18 editions published between 2015 and 2019 in English and held by 341 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La 4e de couverture indique : "From design and simulation through to testing and fabrication, this hands-on introduction to silicon photonics engineering equips students with everything they need to begin creating foundry-ready designs. In-depth discussion of real-world issues and fabrication challenges ensures that students are fully equipped for careers in industry. Step-by-step tutorials, straightforward examples, and illustrative source code fragments guide students through every aspect of the design process, providing a practical framework for developing and refining key skills. Offering industry-ready expertise, the text supports existing PDKs for CMOS UV-lithography foundry services (OpSIS, ePIXfab, imec, LETI, IME and CMC) and the development of new kits for proprietary processes and clean-room based research. Accompanied by additional online resources to support students, this is the perfect learning package for senior undergraduate and graduate students studying silicon photonics design, and academic and industrial researchers involved in the development and manufacture of new silicon photonics systems."
Aspects of the genesis and maintenance of biological diversity( Book )

13 editions published between 1995 and 1996 in English and held by 285 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book is a unique collection of evolutionary and ecological perspectives in the study of biodiversity by some of the leading researchers in the field. The seventeen chapters are divided into three sections, each section beginning with an overview of its contents. The book traces past landmarks, current questions, and future trends in biodiversity research ranging from the evaluation of the fossil record and molecular phylogenies in untangling the genesis of diversity; to population, community, and ecosystem-level approaches in understanding patterns of species persistence; and finally to large-scale diversity patterns and species conservation. Subject reviews, case-studies, and discussions of techniques are combined to produce a state-of-the-art book
Renewable Energy Growth in Morocco An Example for the Region by Michael E Hochberg( )

in Undetermined and held by 131 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Israel's Energy Potential Securing the Future by Michael E Hochberg( )

in Undetermined and held by 131 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An editor's guide to writing and publishing science by Michael Hochberg( Book )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 116 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A good research paper is more than just a clear, concise, scientific expose. It is a document that needs to go beyond the science to attract attention. There are both strict and less definable norms for doing this, but many authors are unaware as to what they are or their use. Publishing is rapidly changing, and needs to be explained with a fresh perspective. Simply writing good, clear, concise, science is no longer enough-there is a different mind-set now required that students need to adopt if they are to succeed. The purpose of this book is to provide the foundations of this new approach for both young scientists at the start of their careers, as well as for more experienced scientists to teach the younger generation. Most importantly, the book will make the reader think in a fresh, creative, and novel way about writing and publishing science. This is an introductory guide suitable for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and professional researchers in both the life and physical sciences.-back cover
How regulatory arbitrage contributed to the financial crisis of 2007-2009 : and how we can prevent regulatory avoidance in the financial services sector going forward by Michael E Hochberg( )

3 editions published between 2010 and 2013 in English and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Renewable auction design in theory and practice : lessons from the experience of Brazil and Mexico by Michael E Hochberg( Book )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

COEVOLUTION DES TRAITS D'HISTOIRE DE VIE DANS LES ASSOCIATIONS HOTE-PARASITE by JEAN-YVES LEMEL( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

ON ABORDE DANS CE TRAVAIL TROIS THEMES LIES A L'EVOLUTION DES TRAITS D'HISTOIRE DE VIE DANS LES INTERACTIONS HOTE-PARASITE, PAR UNE APPROCHE THEORIQUE. (1) L'EFFET DU PARASITISME SUR L'EVOLUTION DES TRAITS D'HISTOIRE DE VIE DES HOTES EST ETUDIE A L'AIDE D'UN MODELE INTEGRANT LA DYNAMIQUE ECOLOGIQUE DE L'INTERACTION ENTRE L'HOTE ET LE PARASITE ET LA DYNAMIQUE EVOLUTIVE DE L'HOTE. L'ANALYSE MONTRE QUE LES HOTES SELECTIONNENT LES STRATEGIES DEMOGRAPHIQUES QUI MAXIMISENT LA DENSITE EN PARASITES, INDEPENDAMMENT DE LA STRUCTURE D'AGE DE LA POPULATION HOTE ET DU MOMENT DU CYCLE DE VIE DE L'HOTE AUQUEL L'INFECTION SE PRODUIT. CE RESULTAT APPAREMMENT PARADOXAL S'EXPLIQUE PAR UN PRINCIPE DE PESSIMISME : LA SELECTION FAVORISE LES HOTES CAPABLES DE SE MAINTENIR DANS LE PIRE DES MONDES. (2) L'EVOLUTION DES PREMIERES LIGNES DE DEFENSES CONTRE LES PARASITES EST ETUDIEE DANS LE CAS OU L'INVESTISSEMENT DANS LA RESISTANCE SE REPERCUTE NEGATIVEMENT SUR LA REPRODUCTION. UNE CONCLUSION MAJEURE EST QUE L'EVOLUTION DE LA RESISTANCE A ESSENTIELLEMENT DEUX ISSUES : L'INVESTISSEMENT DANS LA RESISTANCE EST SOIT NUL, SOIT, AU CONTRAIRE, ELEVE. L'AUTRE CONCLUSION IMPORTANTE EST QU'UNE TRES FAIBLE VARIATION DE LA VIRULENCE PEUT ENTRAINER UNE BRUSQUE MODIFICATION DU NIVEAU DE RESISTANCE SELECTIONNE. (3) L'HYPOTHESE QU'UNE AUGMENTATION DE LA SURVIE DES STADES INFECTANTS LIBRES DES PARASITES ENTRAINE LA SELECTION D'UNE VIRULENCE ACCRUE EST TESTEE EN FONCTION DE LA NATURE DE L'INFECTION, SIMPLE OU MULTIPLE. CONTRAIREMENT AUX PREDICTIONS, ON MONTRE QU'IL PEUT EXISTER UNE CORRELATION NEGATIVE ENTRE LA SURVIE DES PROPAGULES ET LA VIRULENCE OPTIMALE LORSQUE L'INFECTION EST SIMPLE ET QU'IL N'Y A PAS NECESSAIREMENT UNE CORRELATION ENTRE LA SURVIE DES PROPAGULES ET LA VIRULENCE OPTIMALE LORSQU'IL Y A DES INFECTIONS MULTIPLES
ECOLOGIE DES COMMUNAUTES DE PARASITOIDES ASSOCIES AUX CYNIPIDAE GALLIGENES (HYMENOPTERA) : ROLE DES CARACTERISTIQUES DES GALLES, DE LA STRUCTURE DES POPULATIONS ET DE LA PHYLOGENIE DES HOTES SUR LEUR CORTEGE PARASITAIRE by Olivier Plantard( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

CHAQUE ESPECE DE CYNIPIDAE GALLIGENE, EST PARASITEE PAR DE NOMBREUSES ESPECES DE PARASITOIDES, DONT L'ENSEMBLE FORME UN CORTEGE PARASITAIRE. L'EPAISSEUR DE LA PAROI DE LA GALLE JOUE UN ROLE CLE DANS LA STRUCTURATION ET LA COMPOSITION DE DEUX CORTEGES PARASITAIRES ETUDIES EN DETAIL (L'UN BASE SUR UN CYNIPIDAE SUR CHENE, L'AUTRE SUR ROSIER). LES PARASITOIDES POSSEDENT DES OVIPOSITEURS DE LONGUEURS DIFFERENTES, LEUR PERMETTANT D'ATTEINDRE LA LARVE DU GALLIGENE SEULEMENT PENDANT UNE PHASE PRECISE DE LA CROISSANCE DE LA GALLE. L'ABSENCE DE CHEVAUCHEMENT DES LONGUEURS D'OVIPOSITEURS DES DIFFERENTES ESPECES AINSI QUE L'EXCLUSION LOCALE D'UNE DES DEUX ESPECES PRESENTANT LES NICHES ECOLOGIQUES LES PLUS PROCHES SUGGERENT QUE CES CORTEGES PARASITAIRES SONT FORTEMENT INFLUENCES PAR LA COMPETITION INTERSPECIFIQUE. LA STRUCTURE GENETIQUE DES POPULATIONS DE DIPLOLEPIS SPINOSISSIMAE (ESPECE RARE A REPARTITION MORCELEE) ET L'INTENSITE DU PARASITISME SUBI PAR CE GALLIGENE, ONT ETE ETUDIEES EN PARALLELE. CETTE ESPECE PRESENTE UN REGIME DE REPRODUCTION VARIABLE SUIVANT LES POPULATIONS (THELYTOQUIE OU ARRHENOTOQUIE). DES BACTERIES ENDOSYMBIOTIQUES DU GENRE WOLBACHIA SONT RESPONSABLES DE LA THELYTOQUIE ET DE L'HOMOZYGOTIE DES FEMELLES DES POPULATIONS ASEXUEES. L'ANALYSE DES FREQUENCES ALLELIQUES A TROIS LOCUS MICROSATELLITES INDIQUE QUE LES FLUX GENIQUES ENTRE POPULATIONS SONT FAIBLES. BIEN QUE SON TAUX DE SURVIE AIT DIMINUE AU COURS DES 3 ANNEES D'ETUDES DANS LES 8 POPULATIONS SUIVIES (SAUF 1), LES EXTINCTIONS LOCALES SEMBLENT RARES CHEZ D. SPINOSISIMAE, CONTRAIREMENT A D'AUTRES DIPLOLEPIS PRESENTANT DES DISTRIBUTIONS TRES DIFFERENTES (HOMOGENES A L'ECHELLE REGIONALE ET TRES AGGREGATIVES A L'ECHELLE LOCALE). LE RICHE CORTEGE PARASITAIRE DE D. SPINOSISSIMAE MONTRE UNE COMPOSITION REMARQUABLEMENT CONSTANTE DANS CES DIFFERENTES POPULATIONS, MALGRE LEUR ISOLEMENT GEOGRAPHIQUE
Efficient power splitters and couplers in silicon nanophotonics by Yi Zhang( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fabrication, design and noise analysis of a high-gain waveguide-coupled photoconductive detector by Nicholas C Harris( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In the field of silicon photonics, it has only recently become possible to build complex systems. As system power constraints and complexity increase, design margins will decrease--making understanding device noise performance and device-specific noise origins increasingly necessary. Approaches to increased photodetector responsivity are also of great importance, since they can significantly improve overall system performance. The design, theory, fabrication and testing of a waveguide-coupled germanium MSM photodetector with an above-unity quantum efficiency of approximately 140% is presented, capable of 1.1 GHz operation. The current amplification comes from the photoconductive multiplication effect. The noise elbow at 5V bias is measured to be approximately 150MHz and the high frequency detector noise approaches the Johnson noise floor. I demonstrate for the first time that Ge on Si based photoconductors are not limited by shot noise, as conventional PIN detectors are, but in fact achieve lower noise figures of merit
Wafer-scale high-bandwidth germanium on silicon photodetectors for communications applications by Li He( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) material system has emerged as a potentially attractive platform for integrated optics, due to the intrinsic low-cost of silicon manufacturing. An especially attractive application is that of telecommunications. One key component for telecommunications applications is high-performance photodetectors, which convert an optical signal to an electrical signal. The key performance metrics for waveguide-coupled photodetectors include low dark current, high responsivity and high bandwidth. In addition, the cross-wafer performance and defectivity is also of great importance, on which the yield of eventual systems will rely. Here I report the first cross-wafer data for waveguide-coupled Ge-on-Si photodetectors based on vertical p-i-n configuration. The performance across the whole wafer is relatively uniform and exhibits low defectivity. Detectors working at speeds up to 20 GHz with 4V reverse bias are achieved, with high responsivities of 0.5 A/W. I describe the testing and characterization methods used to measure the performance of these devices, and identify the source of the bandwidth limitations, and show how these photodetectors are optimal for use at telecom wavelengths, consisting of light with a free-space wavelength near 1550 nm. Finally, a path forward for optimizing the devices in this process is presented. Based on our measurements, using only modest changes in device geometry, it should be possible to improve bandwidths to 70 GHz or more, and responsivities to 1 A/W or more. I propose specific device geometries to implement this improvement. This level of performance is sufficient for SOI based Ge photodetectors to implement even the most high-bandwidth optical telecommunications systems, and should help to make SOI an important platform for integrated optics
Spur-free dynamic range measurements of a differentially driven traveling wave mach-zehnder carrier depletion silicon modulator by Matthew Streshinsky( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An outstanding question has been whether the analog performance of silicon components can compete with conventional optical material systems such as Lithium Niobate. A key challenge for silicon photonics is the fact that most modulators, including the one reported here, are based on a reverse biased PN junction. PN junctions exhibit significant nonlinearities, and it has thus been unclear whether analog performance in the silicon platform could ever compete with what has been achieved with Lithium Niobate based modulators. Characterized here is one of the key metrics for analog performance, the Spur Free Dynamic Range (SFDR). This is a measure of the degree of nonlinear cross-talk between different frequencies propagating in a single system. With the proper device configuration, this work shows that the SFDR of a silicon modulator can approach that of Lithium Niobate based systems. In particular, this modulator achieves 104.5 dB·Hz2/3 SFDR for IMD, which is within 15 dB of the best result in Lithium Niobate, 120.5 dB·Hz2/3. This level of performance is also already sufficient for a number of analog applications, including WLAN. The paths to improving this value are also briefly discussed; there are a number of reasons to believe that performance in integrated silicon photonic systems can be improved in the future, and likely match the performance seen in the very best optical systems for analog links
Refuge evolution and the population dynamics of coupled host--parasitoid associations by Michael E Hochberg( )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Avoid, attack or do both? Behavioral and physiological adaptations in natural enemies faced with novel hosts by Corinne Vacher( )

1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The effects of spatial pattern in habitat quality on community dynamics within a site by Robin T Clarke( Book )

1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Natural resistance to cancers: a Darwinian hypothesis to explain Peto's paradox by Benjamin Roche( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The coevolution of cooperation and dispersal in social groups and its implications for the emergence of multicellularity by Michael E Hochberg( )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Parasitoid population biology
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Silicon photonics designAspects of the genesis and maintenance of biological diversityAn editor's guide to writing and publishing science
Alternative Names
Hochberg, M. E

Hochberg, M. E., 1960-

Hochberg, M. E. (Michael E.)

Hochberg, Michael.

Hochberg, Michael 1960-

Michael E. Hochberg American population biologist

Michael E. Hochberg biòleg estatunidenc

Michael E. Hochberg biólogo estadounidense

Michael E. Hochberg biólogo norte-americano

Michael E. Hochberg biologo statunitense

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Languages
English (63)

French (4)