Ph.D., University of Cincinnati
Michael DeMarco, chair and professor of physics, studies solids using the Mossbauer effect. In his lab, Dr. DeMarco measures the magnetic and electronic properties of insulators, metals, and superconductors. Dr. DeMarco's research routinely involves undergraduates and is well funded (see awards below).
DeMarco can be found shooting hoops on local courts. In Brooklyn, his hometown, it is said that he gave up a career in basketball to play physics.
President's Award for Research (2009): Awarded by the president of SUNY Buffalo State for exceptional performance in research.
Millionaire's Club: Awarded to Buffalo State researchers who have received more than $1M in grants.
$390k (for 2009-2012) from US Department of Energy (with Dermot Coffey)
$360k (for 2006-2009) from US Department of Energy (with Dermot Coffey)
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