Dr. Novosselov joined the department in 2014. Prior to joining the department, he worked as an R&D Manager and Sr. Research Scientist developing aerosol sampling instrumentation for nanoparticles, biological and chemical aerosols. His previous projects focused on characterization using the underlying physical principles governing particulate matter formation, the behavior of aerosol in the environment, and aerosol analysis. Other research included modeling of pollution formation and stability of the combustion systems using computational fluid dynamics and chemical reactor network modeling.
- Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington, 2006
- M.S. in Mechanical Engineering University of Washington, 2002
- Engineering Diploma, Yaroslavl Polytechnic Institute, Russia, 1993
Novosselov Research Group (NRG) conducts a range of basic and applied research in the areas of fluids dynamics and energy. The multidisciplinary research at the NRG laboratory spans several areas, namely: sampling and analysis of particulate matter, particle surface interaction in the boundary layer, ionized flow near surfaces, combustion aerosol synthesis and deposition, modeled based combustion control, and chemical kinetics in supercritical water reactor. NRG's research in energy and fluids is united by applying the first principles to solve practical problems in Aerosol Science and Energy Conversion systems.
For more information of NRGs current projects, visit the NRG website.
- Igor Novosselov, Aerodynamic Sampling of Particles and Vapors from Surfaces, US Patent 10274404, April 2019
- RA Gorder, IV Novosselov, G Kychakoff: Reverse Purge Flow Lenses, US Patent 20,170,276,595, 2017
- Igor V Novosselov, P Ariessohn: Trapped Vortex Particle-to-Vapor Converter. US Patent 9,744,490, 08/2017
- Peter C Ariessohn, Igor V Novosselov: Aerosol Collection Apparatus and Methods. US Patent 8539840, 09/24/2013
- Ariessohn PC, Novosselov IV, Skimmer for Concentrating an Aerosol, US Patent 7875095, 01/25/2011
- Davis, J.; Molnar, E.; Novosselov, I., Nanostructure transition of young soot aggregates to mature soot aggregates in diluted diffusion flames. Carbon 2020, 159, 255-265.
- Fillingham, P.; Novosselov, I. V., Wall jet similarity of impinging planar underexpanded jets. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 2020, 81, 108516.
- Rutherford, J. W.; Dawson-Elli, N.; Manicone, A. M.; Korshin, G. V.; Novosselov, I. V.; Seto, E.; Posner, J. D., Excitation emission matrix fluorescence spectroscopy for combustion generated particulate matter source identification. Atmospheric Environment 2020, 220, 117065.
- Pinkard, B. R.; Gorman, D. J.; Rasmussen, E. G.; Kramlich, J. C.; Reinhall, P. G.; Novosselov, I. V., Kinetics of formic acid decomposition in subcritical and supercritical water – a Raman spectroscopic study. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2019, 44 (60), 31745-31756.
- Guan, Y.; Novosselov, I., Numerical analysis of electroconvection in cross-flow with unipolar charge injection. Physical Review Fluids 2019, 4 (10), 103701.
- Davis, J.; Tiwari, K.; Novosselov, I. Soot morphology and nanostructure in complex flame flow patterns via secondary particle surface growth. Fuel 2019, 245, 447
- Zhang, J.; Dichiara, A. B.; Novosselov, I.; Gao, D.; Chung, J.-H., Polyacrylic acid coated carbon nanotube–paper composites for humidity and moisture sensing. Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2019, 7 (18), 5374-5380.
- Guan, Y.; Novosselov, I., Two relaxation time lattice Boltzmann method coupled to fast Fourier transform Poisson solver: Application to electroconvective flow. Journal of computational physics 2019, 397, 108830.
- Kottapalli, K.; Novosselov, I. V., Experimental study of aerodynamic resuspension of RDX residue. Aerosol Science and Technology 2019, 53 (5), 549-561.
- Fillingham, Kottapalli, Zhan, Novosselov, Aerodynamic Method for Evaluation of Micro-Particle Adhesion. Journal of Aerosol Science 2019, 128, 89-98.
- Gupta, S.; Malte, P.; Brunton, S. L.; Novosselov, I. Prevention of lean flame blowout using a predictive chemical reactor network control. Fuel 2019, 236, 583.
- Kaluri, A.; Malte, P.; Novosselov, I. Real-time prediction of lean blowout using chemical reactor network. Fuel 2018, 234, 797.
- Guan, Y.; Vaddi, R. S.; Aliseda, A.; Novosselov, I. Analytical model of electro-hydrodynamic flow in corona discharge. Physics of Plasmas 2018, 25 (8), 083507.
- Guan, Y.; Vaddi, R. S.; Aliseda, A.; Novosselov, I. Experimental and numerical investigation of electrohydrodynamic flow in a point-to-ring corona discharge. Physical Review Fluids 2018, 3 (4), 043701.
- Kahng, S.-J.; Cerwyn, C.; Dincau, B. M.; Kim, J.-H.; Novosselov, I. V.; Anantram, M.; Chung, J.-H. Nanoink Bridge-induced Capillary Pen Printing for Chemical Sensors. Nanotechnology 2018.
- Pinkard, B. R.; Gorman, D. J.; Tiwari, K.; Kramlich, J. C.; Reinhall, P. G.; Novosselov, I. V. Review of Gasification of Organic Compounds in Continuous-Flow, Supercritical Water Reactors. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2018, 57 (10), 3471.
- Njalsson, T.; Novosselov, I. Design and optimization of a compact low-cost optical particle sizer. Journal of Aerosol Science 2018, 119, 1.
- Chakrabarty, R. K.; Novosselov, I. V.; Beres, N. D.; Moosmüller, H.; Sorensen, C. M.; Stipe, C. B. Trapping and aerogelation of nanoparticles in negative gravity hydrocarbon flames. Applied Physics Letters 2014, 104 (24), 243103.
- Novosselov, I. V.; Ariessohn, P. C. Rectangular slit atmospheric pressure aerodynamic lens aerosol concentrator. Aerosol Science and Technology 2014, 48 (2), 163.
- Novosselov, I. V.; Malte, P. C. Development and application of an eight-step global mechanism for CFD and CRN simulations of lean-premixed combustors. Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power 2008, 130 (2), 021502.
Researchers destroy "forever chemicals"
Researchers led by Igor Novosselov, ME research associate professor, created a reactor that can break down "forever chemicals" into harmless byproducts.
Researchers find new way to destroy forever chemicals
ME Research Associate Professor Igor Novosselov shares how the reactor works and the implications it can have for the future.
ME researchers develop a reactor that can destroy ‘forever chemicals’
Researchers created a reactor that can completely break down hard-to-destroy chemicals using “supercritical water."