Harnessing The Power Of The Sun

Developing nanostructured materials for next generation solar energy conversion.

Professor Filler

Education

2006-2008 – Postdoctoral Scholar, Applied Physics – California Institute of Technology
2006 – Ph.D., Chemical Engineering – Stanford University
2003 – M.S., Chemical Engineering – Stanford University
2000 – B.S., Chemical Engineering – Cornell University

Awards & Honors

2013 – Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Young Faculty Award
2012 – National Science Foundation CAREER Award
2012 – Georgia Tech Class of 1934 Teaching Effectiveness Award
2011
– Dreyfus Foundation Environmental Chemistry Mentor
2011
– NAE EU-US Frontiers of Engineering Conference Speaker
2011
– Georgia Tech CETL/BP Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
2009
– Ziegler Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award
2004 – AVS Dorothy M. and Earl S. Hoffman Award

Teaching

ChBE 4300: Kinetics and Reactor Design (undergraduate level)
ChBE 6300: Kinetics and Reactor Design (graduate level)
ChBE 4803/8803: Applied Spectroscopy (undergraduate, graduate level)
MSE 8803I: Fundamentals of Nanomaterials & Energy (co-taught, graduate level)

Dr. Filler is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), the American Chemical Society (ACS), the Materials Research Society (MRS), and the American Vacuum Society (AVS).