Mark D. Shattuck
Professor of Physics
Benjamin Levich Institute and Physics Department
The City College of New York
Clockwise from top: Mark, Sarah, Eli, Dianna
Steinman Hall 1M-16, or Marshak 309A
140th street and Convent Ave.
New York, NY 10031-9198
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Mark directs all aspects of the research projects,
including meetings with all personnel at least once a week, overall
design and selection of components, basic scientific direction,
overall design of data analysis software, and development of numerical
algorithms. The educational development of the student and
post-doctoral participants is a major goal of the projects. He spends
a significant fraction of time monitoring and directing the progress
of the students and post-doc to facilitate their educational
development. During the semester, Mark teaches undergraduate, and
- Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
- Ph.D., Physics, 1995. Dissertation: Flows in Porous Media: Visualization by Magnetic Resonance Imaging, (Advisor: Professor Robert P. Behringer).
- M.A., Physics, 1991.
- Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
- M.S., Physics, 1989. Master's Thesis: The Kinetics and Diffusion of Radicals in X-irradiated L-α-Amino-n-butyric Acid Hydrochloride with L-cysteine Hydrochloride as Impurity, (Advisor: Professor Howard Shields).
- B.A., Physics, 1987.
- Professor of Physics, The Benjamin Levich Institute of the City College of New York, 2012-present
- Interim Assistant Dean of Science, City College of New York, 2012-2013
- Associate Professor of Physics, The Benjamin Levich Institute of the City College of New York, 2004-2012
- Assistant Professor of Physics, The Benjamin Levich Institute of the City College of New York, 2000-2004
- Research Scientist, University of Texas, 1998-2000
- Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Texas, 1996-1998
- Research Associate, Duke University, 1995-1996
- Associate in Research, Duke University, 1994-1995
- Graduate Research Assistant, Duke University, 1990-1994
- Graduate Teaching Assistant, Duke University, 1988-1990
- Teaching Assistant, Wake Forest University, 1985-1988
- 2013 American Physical Society Fellow: For significant contributions to the understanding of the statistical properties of granular materials, and their analogy to molecular systems.
- 1993 Fritz London Fellowship
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