Postdoctoral researcher, 2005 – Present
Dr David Miller is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Chemistry within the University of St Andrews. His primary research interests involve the solid state synthesis and characterisation of new materials for solid oxide fuel cells. Of particular interest is the use of scanning and transmission electron microscopy to probe crystal structure, microstructure and property relationships of these materials.
The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
• Bachelor of Applied Science in Materials Science (1999)
• Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Engineering (2004)
1. D. Neagu, G. Tsekouris, D.N. Miller, H. Menard and J.T.S. Irvine.
“In situ growth of nanoparticles through control of non-stoichiometry”
Nature Chemistry. 2013. 5(13): 916-923.
2. C. Savanui, D. Miller and J.T.S Irvine.
“Scale Up and Anode Development for La-Doped SrTiO3 Anode-Supported SOFCs”
Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 2013. 96(6): 1718-1723.
3. J.H. Kim, D. Miller, H. Schlegl, D. McGrowther and J.T.S. Irvine.
“Investigation of Microstructural and Electrochemical Properties of Impregnated (La,Sr)(Ti,Mn)O3 ±δ as a Potential Anode Material in High-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells”
Chemistry of Materials. 2011. 23(17): 3841-3847.
4. D.N. Miller and J.T.S. Irvine.
“B-site doping of lanthanum strontium titanate for solid oxide fuel cell anodes”
Journal of Power Sources. 2011. 196(17): 7323-7327
5. D.N. Miller and J.T.S. Irvine.
“Al-Doped (La,Sr)TiO3+δ Anodes for the Direct Oxidation of Methane in SOFCs”
ECS Transactions, 2007. 7(1): 1447-1454