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Timothy Mueller, an assistant research professor of materials science and engineering, focuses on computational materials science, nanomaterials, materials informatics, and materials for energy storage and conversion. He came to Johns Hopkins in 2012 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mueller is co-founder of Pellion Technologies, a company that is leveraging computational tools to develop advanced batteries.

 He received his BA at Harvard University in 1998 and a PhD at MIT in 2007.