Igor Novosselov

Research Associate Professor, University of Washington, Mechanical Engineering


Dr. Igor Novosselov is a Research Associate Professor at the University of Washington, Mechanical Engineering. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington in 2006. After that, he worked as an R&D manager in a small company developing instrumentation for biological and chemical aerosol detection. In 2014 he joined the University of Washington Mechanical Engineering Department; he is an adjutant faculty of the Department of Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences and the core faculty at the Institute for Nano-Engineered Systems. Novosselov Research Group conducts multidisciplinary research in supercritical fluids, plasma flow interaction, and aerosol science. Dr. Novosselov has 100+ peer-reviewed publications and patents. He has ten years of experience as a PI in government and industry-sponsored research, including DoD, DHS, NSF, EPA, and NIH