Mark Golkowski is an associate professor in the departments of electrical engineering and bioengineering at the University of Colorado Denver. His areas of interest involve electromagnetics and plasma physics in nature and the laboratory. Mark Golkowski has done extensive experimental work with the HAARP facility in Gakona Alaska involving probing the ionosphere and magnetosphere. He is also leading work on using plasma discharges for disinfection and decontamination in the medical field. He is also invesitigating therm-acoustic hybrid imaging using both simulations and experiments.
- Electromagnetic waves in the ionosphere and magnetosphere
- Plasma discharges for decontamination/sterilization and treatment of live tissue
- Active experiments with the HAARP facility
- Thermo-acoustic imaging
- Interactions of fields and matter
Honors and Awards
- Graduate School Dean's Mentoring Award 2015
- National Science Foundation CAREER Award 2013
- College of Engineering and Applied Science Outstanding Faculty in Research 2013
- Chang Junior Faculty Research Award 2012.
- IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society Best Symposium Paper Award, 2011.
- IAGA (International Association of Geomagnetisim and Aeronomy) Young Scientist Award for Excellence, 2008
- Outstanding Student Paper Award American Geophysical Union, 2005