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Michael L. Berger

Michael J. Berger

Michael J. Berger

Michael J. Berger
Title
Associate Professor
Phone
617-521-2722
Office
Science Center S442
Email

Education

Ph.D., Harvard University

M.B.A., Boston University

B.S., Cornell University


Research

  • environmental chemistry
  • x-ray fluorescence methods development
  • GC/MS for environmental analysis

Recent Publications

(boldface names are Simmons students)

"Analysis of Sulfur in the Copper Basin and Muddy River Sites Using Portable XRF Instrumentation", M., Ling Zou, and R. Schleicher, submitted to International Journal of Soil, Sediment and Water, October 2007.

"The Digital Fine Art Print — Opportunities and Challenges", M. Berger, Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, p 72.

"Evaluating the Ozone Resistance of Inkjet Prints: Comparison between Two Types of Accelerated Ozone Tests and Ambient Air Exposure in a Home", M. Berger and H. Wilhelm, Proceedings of the 2004 International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies. pp 438 — 443.

"Comparison of Different Methods for Estimating the Sensitivity of Inkjet Images to Gas Fading", M. and H. Wilhelm, Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, pp 438 — 434.


Patents

US Patent 4706417 "Azo metal-complexed dyes, inkjet ink compositions, and ink jet printing methods" M. Berger, M. Filosa, and S. Stroud, March 28, 2006.