Masatsugu Suzuki

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Masatsugu Sei Suzuki
Born Japan
Residence U.S.A.
Fields physicist
Institutions Binghamton University
Alma mater Yokohama National University, and University of Tokyo
Doctoral advisor Prof. Sei-ichi Tanuma

Masatsugu Sei Suzuki is a Japanese-American physicist. He is a professor of physics and is affiliated with the Institute for Materials Research[1] at Binghamton University. Dr. Suzuki has published 155 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals.[2]

Education and career[edit]

Dr. Suzuki received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from Yokohama National University in 1971 and 1973, respectively. He received his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Tokyo.

After completing his Ph.D., Dr. Suzuki was a Research Associate with the Department of Physics at Ochanomizu University in Tokyo, Japan until 1984. He has been a member of the physics faculty at Binghamton University since 1986. Prior to joining the physics department at Binghamton, he spent a year as a Visiting Scientist with the Department of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign followed by a year as a Visiting Scientist with Schlumberger-Doll Research in Ridgefield, Connecticut.[3]

Research[edit]

Dr. Suzuki primarily investigates the structural and magnetic properties of various graphite intercolation compounds.

Other Interests[edit]

In his spare time, Dr. Suzuki enjoys traveling with his family. He works along with his wife, Professor Itsuko Suzuki, in adjacent offices at Binghamton University. They frequently take walks together around campus.

Book[edit]

  • Toshiaki Enoki, Masatsugu Suzuki, and Morinobu Endo (2003). Graphite Intercalation Compounds and Applications. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-512827-3. 

Most Cited Papers[edit]

Dr. Suzuki has published over 100 scientific papers. The following is a short list of some of his most cited papers.

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