Over an academic career of more than thirty years, Professor Miller has applied optical spectroscopy to problems in combustion chemistry, atmospheric science, and biophotonics. In addition to his research activities, the PI has been awarded the Bender Teaching Award for outstanding teaching and was nominated for his work in teaching science to non-STEM students for the University Honors Program. He is the recipient of the Condon Award from the Department of Commerce, A Churchill Fellowship, and a Leverhulme Fellowship. He is a visiting professor at Cambridge University and a Bye Fellow of Robinson College of Cambridge. Prof. Miller was admitted into the 2020 class of the Fellows of the Combustion Institute for "for seminal contributions to the understanding of soot particle inception from polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons".