Dr. Michael Schuller
Instructional Associate Professor
Office Number: 234G
Office Phone: +974.4423.0458
Dr. Schuller’s teaching and research interests include: Power and Thermal Management systems, High Temperature Materials, System Design and Analysis, Project Management, and Design of Experiments.
- Ph.D., Texas A&M University, 1985
- M. E., Texas A&M University, 1982
- B.S., Texas A&M University, 1980
- August 2013 - Present: Instructional Associate Professor, Texas A&M at Qatar
- Jun 1997- July 2013: Associate Director for the Space Engineering Research Center, Visiting Professor in Mechanical Engineering, Faculty Coordinator for the Gulf Nuclear Energy Infrastructure Institute.
- Jan 1986- May 1997: Air Force Research Lab (Phillips Laboratory), Space Power and Thermal Management Branch Chief, Chief Scientist, and Engineer
- Sandia National Labs Award (2011)
- Promoted to Associate Research Engineer (2001)
- Promoted to GS-14 (1997)
- Quality step increase (1987, 1990, and 1994)
- Promoted to GS-13 (1989)
- Notable Achievement Award (1986)
- "Experimental investigation of the specific heat of a nitrate-alumina nanofluid for solar thermal energy storage system," Schuller, et al., International Journal of Thermal Sciences V. 91 (2015) p. 142-145.
“Implementation and Expansion of the Gulf Nuclear Energy Infrastructure Institute (GNEII),” Williams, et al., 53rd INMM, Orlando, July 2012.
“One Path to Integrating Nuclear Safety, Security, and Safeguards Systems,” Al Hashmi, et al., 53rd INMM, Orlando, July 2012.
“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.
"Molecular beam epitaxy of CdSexTe1-x photovoltaic junctions on silicon substrates," Clark, et. al., Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 2008 (2008), pp. 1-4.
“In-Plane Thermal Conductivity in Thin Carbon Fiber Composites,” Silva, et al., Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, v21, n3, July-September 2007.