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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

Related Links:
Mark Bocko Home Page

In the News

Connections: Science Roundtable
July 07, 2014

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Technology showcase links researchers, business
April 10, 2014

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
High Tech Rochester adds 4 businesses
November 07, 2013

Musical engineer
February 25, 2013

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Mark Bocko listens carefully, very carefully
September 10, 2012

U of R Hosts Technology Showcase
April 06, 2012

Creating Better Compression for Audio Files
August 19, 2010

National Science Foundation
Engineering and Music: A Powerful Duet for Art and Science
August 16, 2010

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Matthews: Syracuse, Cornell games appealing
March 24, 2010

U.S. News & World Report
E-Sharp Human
April 14, 2008

Malaysia Sun
Scientists compress music files 1000 times smaller than MP3s
April 02, 2008

Democrat and Chronicle
Renowned UR scientist, professor dies at 62
December 07, 2007

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University of Rochester NYSTAR Center for Advanced Technology Announces New Leadership
November 09, 2010

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.