Professor of Ceramics and Electronic Materials
Harry Tuller is the R.P. Simmons Professor of Ceramics and Electronic Materials in MIT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering. His research focuses on defects, transport and electronic structure of metal oxides and their integration into sensors; fuel cells; solar cells, and MEMS devices. Tuller is a fellow of the American Ceramic Society, a Fulbright Scholar and a recipient of the Humboldt Award. He earned a BS and MS in electrical engineering, and an EngScD in solid state science and engineering from Columbia University.
- Kalaev, D. , Defferriere, T., Nicollet, C., Kadosh, T., Tuller, H. L. (2020). Dynamic Current-Voltage Analysis of Oxygen Vacancy Mobility in Praseodymium Doped Ceria over Wide Temperature Limits. Advanced Functional Materials, 30 (11), 1907402.
- Harrington, G.F., Kalaev, D., Yildiz, B., Sasaki, K., Perry, N.H., & Tuller, H.L. (2019). Tailoring non-stoichiometry and mixed ionic electronic conductivity in Pr0.1Ce0.9O2-δ/SrTiO3 heterostructures. ACS applied materials & interfaces, 11 (38), 34841-34853.
- Sediva, E., Defferriere, T., Perry, N.H., Tuller, H.L., & Rupp, J.L. (2019). In Situ Method Correlating Raman Vibrational Characteristics to Chemical Expansion via Oxygen Nonstoichiometry of Perovskite Thin Films. Advanced Materials, e1902493.
- Tan, A.J., Huang, M., Avci, C.O. et al. (2019) Magneto-Ionic Control of Magnetism Using a Solid-State Proton Pump. Nature Materials, 18, 35–41.
- Swallow, J. G., Lee, J., Defferriere, T., Hughes, G. M., Raja, S. N., Tuller, H. L., Warner, J. H., Van Vliet, K. J. (2018). Atomic Resolution Imaging of Nanoscale Chemical Expansion in PrxCe1−xO2−δ During In Situ Heating. ACS Nano, 12, 2, 1359-1372.
- January 27, 2020: MIT News, Communicating respect for graduate students.
- May 3, 2019: MIT News, Harry Tuller wins Egleston Medal for his electroceramics work.
- May 8, 2017: MIT News, High-temperature devices made from films that bend as they “breathe”.