Dr. Michael Schuller
Faculty Coordinator,Gulf Nuclear Energy Infrastructure Institute and Nuclear Security Science & Policy Institute, Texas A&M University
Address: 3118 Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, United States 77834
- Ph.D., Nuclear Engineering, Texas A&M University (USA), 1985
- M.Eng., Nuclear Engineering, Texas A&M University (USA), 1982
- B.Sc., Nuclear Engineering, Texas A&M University (USA), 1980
- Current: System design and analysis, design of experiments, introduction to engineering
- Previous: Reactor theory, reactor experiments, fluid mechanics
- High temperature materials
- Liquid metal systems
- Multi-phase thermal energy transport and storage
- Photovoltaic systems
- 2010 “Custom Unit Pump Development for the Extravehicular Activity Portable Life Support Subsystem,” Schuller, et. al., Proceedings of the 40th International Conference on Environmental Systems, Barcelona, Spain, July, 2010.
- 2009 “Radiator Heat Pump Subsystem for the Space Suit Portable Life Support,” Silva, et al., ICES 2009-01-2407, July 2009.
- 2008 “Molecular beam epitaxy of CdSexTe1-x photovoltaic junctions on silicon substrates,” Clark, et. al., Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 2008 (2008), pp. 1-4.
- 2007 “In-Plane Thermal Conductivity in Thin Carbon Fiber Composites,” Silva, et al., Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, v21, n3, July-September 2007.
- 2006 “Innovative Schematic Concept Analysis for a Space Suit Portable Life Support Subsystem,” Schuller, et al., 06ICES-240, Norfolk, VA, 2006.
- 2006 “Defining Space Suit Operational Requirements for Lunar and Mars Missions and Assessing Alternative Architectures,” Klaus, et al, 06ICES-241, Norfolk, VA, 2006.
- 2006 “Stretched Lens Array SquareRigger (SLASR): A New Space Array for High-Power Missions,” O’Neill, et al., IEEE PVSC, Hawaii, 2006.