Robert A. Huggins is Professor Emeritus at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the School of Engineering at Stanford University and Chief Scientist at the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research at the University of Ulm.
Education and careerEdit
Huggins earned his BA in Physics from Amherst College, and went on to obtain an MS and Sc.D. in Metallurgy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he also served as an instructor. He joined the Stanford faculty in 1954.
Huggins is known for his association with the controversial theory of cold fusion. While at Stanford, he attempted to recreate the discredited work of Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann, at one point reporting success. Only weeks later, such claims were rejected by a colleague.
- Stanford University School of Engineering website
- Robert A. Huggins at the University of Ulm Department of Chemistry
- Robert A. Huggins - Beyond Lithium Ion V - 2012
- Broad, William J. 19 April 1989. Stanford Reports Success, The New York Times.
- Browne, Malcolm W. 3 May 1989. Physicists Debunk Claim Of a New Kind of Fusion, The New York Times
- Robert A. Huggins - Energy Storage