David A. Muller

Applied and Engineering Physics; Codirector, Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science
Samuel B. Eckert Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering

Contact Information

227 Clark Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
p: (607) 255-4065

David A. Muller

Applied and Engineering Physics; Codirector, Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science
Samuel B. Eckert Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering

Expertise

Atomic-resolution imaging; electron microscopy; semiconductor, two-dimensional, and renewable energy materials

Current Research Interest

New instrumentation and methods for understanding materials and devices at the atomic scale; fuel cell and battery materials; atom-by-atom design of new electronic phases

Distinction

Guinness Book of Records “Highest Resolution Microscope”
Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researcher in Physics
Fellow of the Microscopy Society of America
Fellow of the American Physical Society
Microscopy Society of America Burton Medal
Microbeam  Analysis Society Duncumb Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Microanalysis

Selected Publications

Jiang, Yi, Zhen Chen, Yimo Han, Pratiti Deb, Hui Gao, Saien Xie, Prafull Purohit, Mark W. Tate, Jiwoong Park, Sol M. Gruner, Veit Elser, and David A. Muller. “Electron Ptychography of 2D Materials to Deep Sub-Ångström Resolution.” Nature 559 (2018): 343–349. 

Tate, Mark W., Prafull Purohit, Darol Chamberlain, Kayla X. Nguyen, Robert M. Hovden, Celesta S. Chang, Pratiti Deb, Emrah. Turgut, John T. Heron, Darrell G. Schlom, Daniel C. Ralph, Gregory D. Fuchs, Katherine S. Shanks, Hugh T. Philipp, David A. Muller, and Sol M. Gruner. "High Dynamic Range Pixel Array Detector for Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy." Microscopy and Microanalysis 22, no. 1 (2016): 237-249.

Cornell Research Website Article

New Ways to See Atoms in Action