Astrid Müller Verified Researcher

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Dr. Astrid M. Müller is a Staff Scientist at the California Institute of Technology, where she has developed pulsed-laser ablation in liquids into a reactive chemistry-under-extreme-condition technique to synthesize controlled multimetal nanostructures for solar energy solutions. She has extensive experience in physical chemistry, inorganic nanostructures for solar water splitting, laser ablation in liquids synthesis, spectroelectrochemistry, photoelectrochemistry, solid-state electrochemistry, organic photovoltaics, in-situ spectroscopies, and time-resolved laser spectroscopy. Her current research interests focus on the systematic characterization of laser-synthesized inorganic nanostructures that serve as electrocatalysts or light absorbers for sustainable energy applications.