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Gordon J Miller

Gordon J Miller

  • University Professor
Gordon Miller joined the Chemistry Department at Iowa State University in Fall, 1990. He served as Department Chair 2002-2004. His research has encompassed Inorganic and Solid-State Chemistry. He continues to teach first-year courses in General Chemistry and graduate courses in Solid-State Chemistry and Chemical Group Theory.

Since 2019, Prof. Miller is no longer taking post-doctoral associates or graduate students into his group.

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1605 Gilman
2415 Osborn Dr.

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B.S. Chemistry, summa cum laude, University of Rochester, 1982

Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Chicago (with Jeremy K. Burdett), 1986

Post-doctoral Associate, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research (with Arndt Simon), Stuttgart, Germany, 1987-1990



American Chemical Society Midwest Award, St. Louis Section, 2013

ISU Award for Outstanding Career Achievement in Research, 2011

Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2008

Cassling Family Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching (ISU - LAS College), 2008

Exxon Faculty Fellowship in Solid State Chemistry, 1995