Harry Tuller is a Professor of Ceramics and Electronic Materials, Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Head of the Crystal Physics and Electroceramics Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Professor Tuller’s research focuses on defects, diffusion, and the electrical, electrochemical and optical properties of metal oxides with applications to sensors, fuel cells, photoelectrochemistry, thin film oxides, microphotonics, and MEMS devices.
He has published over 420 articles, co-edited 15 books and was awarded 29 patents. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Electroceramics and Series Editor of Electronic Materials: Science and Technology and co-founder of Boston MicroSystems, a pioneer in silicon carbide-based MEMS technology and devices.
His honors include: Outstanding Achievement Award – High Temperature Division, The Electrochemical Society (2010); Somiya Award for International Collaboration in Materials Research, International Union Materials Research Societies, Japan (2012); Helmholtz International Fellow Award (Germany) (2013); VP and President-Elect of International Society of Solid State Ionics-ISSI (2013); Fellow of The Electrochemical Society (2014).