Department of Physics & Astronomy

Nelson Duller

Professor

Nelson Duller

Biography

Dr. Duller's research interests include high-energy cosmic rays, muon spectra at sea level and deep underground, mountain altitude studies of mesons and nucleons at high energies, nuclear magnetic resonance studies in liquids and solids, and applied research in inertial sensors. Dr. Duller has been a member of the Texas A&M faculty since 1962. He received his B.S. degree at Texas A&M and earned his Ph.D. at Rice University in 1953 as a Humble Research Fellow. During 1954-63, he served on the faculty of the University of Missouri and was a Alfred P. Sloan Fellow from 1956-58. Dr. Duller was a visiting professor at the Southwest Center for Advanced Studies in 1966-70. For his teaching at Texas A&M, Dr. Duller received the Association of Former Students Teaching Excellence Award in 1965, and its Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching in 1987.