Harry L. Tuller
Professor of Ceramics and Electronic Materials
BS Electrical Engineering, Columbia University, 1966
MS Columbia University, 1967
EngScD Columbia University, 1973
Room 13-3126, 77 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139
Dr. Tuller's research focuses on defects, transport and electronic structure of metal oxides and their integration into sensors; fuel cells; solar cells, and MEMS devices.
H. L. Tuller and S. R. Bishop, Point Defects in Oxides: Tailoring Materials Through Defect Engineering, Annu. Rev. Mater. Res. 41, 13.1–13.30 (2011).
N. G. Cho, D. J. Yang, M.-J. Jin, H.-G. Kim, H. L. Tuller, and I.-D. Kim, Highly Sensitive SnO2 Hollow Nanofiber-based NO2 Gas Sensors, Sensors and Actuators B, 160, 1468-1472 (2011).
Y. Chen, Z. Cai, Y. Kuru, W. Ma, H. L. Tuller and B. Yildiz, Electronic Activation of Cathode Superlattices at Elevated Temperatures – Source of Markedly Accelerated Oxygen Reduction Kinetics, Adv. Energy Mater. 3, 1221-1229 (2013).
H.L. Tuller, Materials for High Temperature Electrochemical Applications: Automotive Sensors, Catalysts and Traps, Sensors & Actuators B, 187. 106-110 (2013).
S. R. Bishop, D. Marrocchelli, C. Chatzichristodoulou, M. Mogensen, N. H. Perry, H. L. Tuller, and E. D. Wachsman, Chemical Expansion: Implications for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion Devices, Annual Review of Materials Research, 2014. Invited review; online - doi:10.1146/annurev-matsci-070813-113329.
Controlling a material with voltage
A new way of switching the magnetic properties of a material using just a small applied volta
|November 20, 2014|
Superlattice structure may improve fuel cells
Research at MIT has shown that a superlattice structure could give a huge boost to oxygen reaction in fuel cells, increasing their power potential.
|April 30, 2013|
FAPESP WEEK 2012 – 50 Years of Science in Brazil and Challenges Ahead
The São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Brazil Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars invite you to the worksh
|October 16, 2012|
MIT researchers receive Somiya Award
Professor Harry Tuller and Profesor Bilge Yildiz (NSE) will receive the Somiya Award from the International Union of Materials Research Societies.
|April 5, 2012|
Prof. Tuller honored by ECS
|April 29, 2010|
MIT Energy Initiative awards
In October 2009, the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) announced its fourth round of seed grants supporting innovative, early-stage research projects across the Institute. Total funding of $1.7 million
|December 21, 2009|
Prof. Tuller spoke at the University of Oslo
In September, Prof. Harry Tuller spoke at FERMiO, Functional Energy Related Materials at the University of Oslo.
|October 30, 2009|