Marco Fornari

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Marco Fornari is a professor in the Department of Physics at Central Michigan University. He studied in Pavia and Trieste (Italy) earning a doctoral degree in 1998. He worked as a research associate at the Naval Research Laboratory until 2001 and served as Program Officer at the NSF in the Division of Materials Research in 2009. His interests include thermoelectric, piezoelectric, and photovoltaic materials, which he studies using high-throughput electronic structure methods.

Materials Science

Viewpoint: Computational Materials Discovery Goes Platinum

Researchers have computationally predicted 28 new platinum-group-metal-containing alloys, which could prove useful for a wide range of industrial applications. Read More »