Suzuki's teaching activities have centered around introducing the solid state physics and quantum mechanics into the undergraduate and graduate curriculum at Binghamton University. He has taught courses including solid state physics, quantum mechanics, statistical thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, and laboratory courses.
Suzuki has been doing research on the magnetic properties of magnetic ternary GIC’s such as random-mixture GIC’s (RMGIC’s) and graphite bi-intercalation compounds (GBIC’s) at Binghamton University’s Department of Physics since 1986.
- PhD, University of Tokyo
- MS, BS, Yokohama National University
- Experimental solid state physics
- properties of semimetals
- graphite intercalation compounds
- high-tc superconductors and low-dimensional magnetic systems
- Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities