Harry L. Tuller, Ph.D.

Materials Science and Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Solid state ionics, Electronic structure and transport properties of oxide ceramics, and gas sensors
"Harry Tuller"

Harry L. Tuller is Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Director of the Crystal Physics and Electroceramics Laboratory. He is a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society, and a past winner of the von Humboldt and the Fulbright awards. He is currently the Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Electroceramics. He is a co-founder of Boston MicroSystems, a pioneer in SiC MEMS-based sensor technology. His research interests are in the area of solid state ionics, electronic structure, and transport properties of oxide ceramics, and gas sensors.

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Arthur Stanley Nowick grad student 1973 Columbia
 (Electrical properties and defect model of nonstoichiometric and impurity-doped CeO2.)


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Yitzhak Avrahami grad student MIT
Woochul Jung grad student MIT
Jae Jin Kim grad student MIT
Elizabeth Opila grad student MIT
Huankiat Seh grad student MIT
Dilan Seneviratne grad student MIT
Todd Stefanik grad student MIT
Michel W. Barsoum grad student 1985 MIT (E-Tree)
Stanley R. Rotman grad student 1980-1985 MIT
Joshua L. Hertz grad student 2001-2006 MIT
Di Chen grad student 2008-2014 MIT
ChangSub Kim grad student 2013-2019 MIT
Ulrich Muecke post-doc MIT (Chemistry Tree)
Jennifer Rupp post-doc (Chemistry Tree)
Roel van de Krol post-doc 2001 MIT
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Defferriere T, Klotz D, Gonzalez-Rosillo JC, et al. (2022) Photo-enhanced ionic conductivity across grain boundaries in polycrystalline ceramics. Nature Materials
Yang J, Polfus JM, Li Z, et al. (2020) Role of Adsorbate Coverage on the Oxygen DissociationRate on Sr-Doped LaMnO 3 Surfaces in the Presence of H 2 O and CO 2 Chemistry of Materials. 32: 5483-5492
Ueda T, Defferriere T, Hyodo T, et al. (2020) Nanostructured Pr-doped Ceria (PCO) thin films as sensing electrodes in solid-electrolyte type gas sensors with enhanced toluene sensitivity Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical. 317: 128037
Kalaev D, Defferriere T, Nicollet C, et al. (2020) Dynamic Current–Voltage Analysis of Oxygen Vacancy Mobility in Praseodymium‐Doped Ceria over Wide Temperature Limits Advanced Functional Materials. 30: 1907402
Harrington G, Kalaev D, Yildiz B, et al. (2019) Tailoring non-stoichiometry and mixed ionic electronic conductivity in PrCeO/SrTiO heterostructures. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces
Sediva E, Defferriere T, Perry NH, et al. (2019) In Situ Method Correlating Raman Vibrational Characteristics to Chemical Expansion via Oxygen Nonstoichiometry of Perovskite Thin Films. Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.). e1902493
Perry NH, Kim N, Ertekin E, et al. (2019) Origins and Control of Optical Absorption in a Nondilute Oxide Solid Solution: Sr(Ti,Fe)O3–xPerovskite Case Study Chemistry of Materials. 31: 1030-1041
Cho Y, Ogawa M, Oikawa I, et al. (2019) Stabilizing Coexisting n-Type Electronic and Oxide Ion Conductivities in Donor-Doped Ba–In-Based Oxides under Oxidizing Conditions: Roles of Oxygen Disorder and Electronic Structure Chemistry of Materials. 31: 2713-2722
Nicollet C, Kalaev D, Tuller HL. (2019) Mixed conductivity and oxygen surface exchange kinetics of lanthanum-praseodymium doped cerium dioxide Solid State Ionics. 331: 96-101
Barbosa MS, Suman PH, Kim JJ, et al. (2019) Investigation of electronic and chemical sensitization effects promoted by Pt and Pd nanoparticles on single-crystalline SnO nanobelt-based gas sensors Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical. 301: 127055
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