UT-Battelle has appointed Michael K. Miller of the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory a UT-Battelle Corporate Fellow.
UT-Battelle has appointed Michael K. Miller of the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory a UT-Battelle Corporate Fellow. The honor is reserved as the highest level of recognition for career achievements in science and technology, performance and leadership.
Miller, of ORNL’s Materials Science and Technology Division, is recognized as one of the premier scientific leaders in the field of atom probe ion microscopy and atom probe tomography. He has pioneered the application of these techniques to a broad range of materials, statistical data, analysis methods and new instrument design.
“Mike’s research achievements in the field of microscopy have bolstered ORNL’s capabilities in advanced materials analysis, which is vital to solving the nation’s energy challenge,” said ORNL Director Thom Mason.
During his 26-year tenure at ORNL, Miller has established himself as the preeminent researcher in field-ion and atom microscopy. He is currently leading ORNL’s fundamental experimental efforts to understand and exploit the unprecedented properties and behaviors of nanostructured ferritic stainless steels.
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