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Virginia Tech's Mueller receives friendship award from China
Date:10/15/2010

new bioacoustic paradigm in 2006; establishing the first immediate and quantitative characterization of the spatial information created by a mammal's outer ear in 2007; and uncovering the acoustic effect of non-rigid ear deformations in bats in 2010..

Also, he received a Top Ten Scholars Award from Shandong University in 2006, Tuebingen University's 1999 Dissertation Award, and held a NATO Post-Doctoral Fellowship from 1998 until 2000. His work has been featured by international media such as Nature, Physics Today, Financial Times, Popular Science, and the BBC.

He has a patent allowed for issuance on a method for frequency-driven generation of a multi-resolution decomposition of the input to wave-based sensing arrays.

Mueller received all three of his degrees from the University of Tuebingen. He earned his bachelor's in biology in 1992, his master's in neuroscience, genetics, and electronics in 1995, and his doctorate summa cum laude in animal physiology in 1998. Afterwards, he was a post-doctoral fellow at Yale University's Department of Electrical Engineering until 2000. He became a visiting researcher at the University of Edinburgh's Division of Informatics for a brief period until he started the Biosonar Laboratory at Germany's University of Tuebingen's Department of Animal Physiology where he spent three years.

Mueller became an assistant professor at The Maersk Institute at the University of Southern Denmark from 2003 until 2005. He received full professor status with his move to the School of Physics at Shandong University, China. While he held this position, he was also appointed as visiting research professor at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. He has held this dual position until his appointment with Virginia tech in September 2008.


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