David Muller, professor of applied and engineering physics (AEP), and grad student Pinshane Huang hold a 3D model of the atomically thin glass that earned them a spot in the 2014 Guiness Book of World Records.September, 2016: David Muller, KIC Co-Director and Professor of Applied and Engineering Physics, has been selected to receive the 2016 Peter Duncumb Award from the Microanalysis Society.  This award recognizes outstanding achievement in the field of microanalysis through technical accomplishment, leadership, and educational and professional activities.  The full award announcement is available on the Cornell AEP website.

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