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Mark F. Bocko

Department Chair, Professor; Electrical And Computer Engingeering
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Electrical And Computer Engineering

Areas of expertise: Superconducting electronics, quantum computing, musical acoustics, digital audio technology, sensors

Press contact:
Alan Blank
alan.blank@rochester.edu
585-275-2671

Related Links:
Mark Bocko Home Page


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Biography
Mark Bocko's research focuses on exploiting superconductivity in a variety of electronic applications, especially high-frequency circuits, both digital and analog, and low-noise detectors of electromagnetic and mechanical signals. He also studies the physics of music and how to represent acoustics within a computer model.