Faculty Q&A: Tim Mueller

E²SHI Associate Tim Mueller, assistant professor of materials science and engineering, discusses his research in computational materials science and energy-related technologies. 

Check out the Q&A posted by the Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Chao Wang (left) and Tim Mueller (right) teamed up for an E²SHI seed grant to develop a catalyst that can
quickly and efficiently convernt carbon dioxide into fuel. Photo credit: Will Kirk / Homewoodphotography. 

There can be no renewal of our relationship with nature without a renewal of humanity itself.
— Pope Francis