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Richard S. Muller

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Professor in the Graduate School
Professor Emeritus
Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Department

Founding Director
Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center (BSAC)

Editor-in-Chief: IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (1997-2012)

Internet:
muller at eecs dot berkeley dot edu
Phone: (510) 642-0614
FAX: (510) 643-6637

Address:
University of California, Berkeley
EECS Department
401 Cory Hall #1770
Berkeley, CA 94720-1770

Grant Administrator:
Tom Parsons
(510) 643-6690
tparsons at eecs dot berkeley dot edu


Sometimes confused with Richard A. Muller of UCB Physics Department and LBNL.


Research Interests

  • MEMS Micro-Optical Systems for Process Characterization
  • MEMS Biomedical Applications
  • MEMS Systems for Adaptive Optics

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Education

  • Stevens Institute of Technology, Mechanical Engineer - 1955
  • California Institute of Technology, MS/Electrical Engineering - 1957
  • California Institute of Technology, PhD/Electrical Engineering and Physics - 1962

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Professional Activities


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Awards

  • Howard Hughes Graduate Fellowship California Institute of Technology -- 1955-57
  • National Science Foundation Fellowship California Institute of Technology -- 1959-62
  • Member National Academy of Engineering -- elected 1992
  • IEEE Life Fellow for contributions to solid-state sensors and to education in solid-state electronics --1988
  • IEEE. Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), Wolfson James Clerk Maxwell Award (with Richard M. White) -- 2013
  • IEEE Cledo Brunetti Award (with Roger T. Howe) for the invention of silicon surface-micromachining --1998
  • University of California Berkeley Citation -- 1994
  • Stevens Renaissance Award--1996
  • MEMS Career Award-- Transducers '99-- Transducers Research Foundation
  • IEEE Millennium Medal-- 2000
  • IEEE Electron Devices Society Distinguished Service Award -- 2007
  • NATO Fellowship to Technical University of Munich, Germany -- 1968-69
  • Fulbright Faculty Fellowship to Technical University of Munich, Germany -- 1982-83
  • Alexander von Humboldt Research Professorship at Technical University of Berlin, Germany -- 1989-90
  • Guest Professorship at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland -- 1992
  • Edwin Howard Armstrong Memorial Lecturer at Columbia University, New York City -- 1988
  • Michael Faraday 200th Birthday Memorial Lecturer, Institute of Electrical Engineers, London, U.K. -- 1991

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Last updated September 10, 2013