Dr. John Miller, Professor of Physics
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Department of PhysicsFACULTY WEBSITE
Areas of expertise
- Macroscopic quantum phenomena
- Material science
- General Electric Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship, Illinois (1982-1983)
- AT&T Bell Laboratories Predoctoral Scholarship, Illinois (1984-1985)
- IBM Postdoctoral Fellowship, Illinois (1985-1986)
- Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship (1987-1991)
- J. H. Miller, Jr., et al., Use of Tricrystal Junctions to Probe the Pairing State Symmetry of YBa2Cu3O 7-δ, Physical Review Letters 74, pp.2347-2350 (1995).
- J. H. Miller, Jr., C. Ordóñez, and E. Prodan, Time-Correlated Soliton Tunneling in Charge and Spin Density Waves, Physical Review Letters 84, pp. 1555-1558 (2000).
- J. R. Claycomb, K. E. Bassler, J. H. Miller, Jr., M. Nersesyan, & D. Luss, Avalanche Behavior in the Dynamics of Chemical Reactions, Physical Review Letters 87, 178303-1 — 4 (2001).
- D. Nawarathna, J. H. Miller, Jr., J. R. Claycomb, G. Cardenas, and D. Warmflash, Harmonic Response of Cellular Membrane Pumps to Low Frequency Electric Fields, Physical Review Letters, vol. 95, pp. 158103-1—4 (2005).
- Emil Prodan, Camelia Prodan, and John H. Miller, Jr., The Dielectric Response of Spherical Live Cells in Suspension: An Analytic Solution. Biophysical Journal, vol. 95, 4174-4182 (2008).
More publications in CV below.
- None available.
Grants and Funded Research
- J. H. Miller, Jr. (PI), “Correlated Electron Transport in Condensed Matter & Biological Systems,” Texas Center for Superconductivity at the University of Houston. 9/1/2012 – 8/31/2013, $70,000.
- J. H. Miller, Jr. (PI), “Physics & Applications of High-Tc Superconducting Films & Sensing Devices,” Texas Center for Superconductivity at the University of Houston. 9/1/2011 – 8/31/2012, $70,000.
- J. H. Miller, Jr. (PI), “Noninvasive Sensors of Metabolic Activity,” NIH –NCI/NHLBI and NSF (joint program). Coinvestigators: W. R. Widger, Ph.D. (UH), D. J. Hamilton, M.D. (Methodist Hospital), Richard J. Robbins, M.D. (Methodist Hospital). 9/1/2007 – 8/31/2011, $623,425.
- J. H. Miller, Jr. (PI), “ARRA – Noninvasive Sensors of Metabolic Activity,” NIH-NCI ARRA supplement. Coinvestigator: Jarek Wosik, Ph.D., (UH – ECE), 9/1/2009 – 7/31/2011, $181,800.
- J. H. Miller, Jr. (PI) and Wanda Z.-Wosik (co-I), “Physical Mechanisms of Biological Rotary Motors.” Norman Hackerman Advanced Research Program (NHARP), $120,000, 5/1/2008 – 12/31/2010.
- John H. Miller, Jr. (PI) “Dielectric Spectroscopy of Chemical and Biological Systems,” Robert A. Welch Foundation, June 1, 2007 – May 31, 2010, $180,000.
- John H. Miller, Jr. (PI), “Electromagnetic Sensors for Biomedical Applications,” Texas Center for Superconductivity at the University of Houston (TcSUH), 9/1/2009 – 8/31/2010, $90,000.
More grants in CV below.