The goal is to conduct basic research geared towards the development of low-cost sensors for detection and analysis of the particulate matter. Current work includes:
- Real-time particle sizing using cost-effective particle counter technology equipped with optimized codes developed in-house from scratch.
- Analysis and Standards for ultrafine PM Chemical Composition (Organic Carbon, GC/MC, Fluorescence).
- Excitation-Emission Matrix for Source Identification and Library Development.
- Understanding PM chemistry and gauging health effects.
1. Mahamauni G., Ockerman B., and Novosselov I.V., 'Electrostatic Collection and In-Situ Fluorescent Analysis of Aerosols', AST-MS-2018-066, Aerosol Science and Technology
- He J., Beck N.K., Kossik A.L., Zhang J., Seto E., Meshke J.S., Novosselov I.V., Evaluation of micro-well collector for capture and analysis of aerosolized Bacillus subtilis spores, 2018, PLoS ONE 13(5):e0197783 [doi]
- Njalsson T., Novosselov IV, Design and Optimization of a Compact Low-Cost Optical Particle Sizer, Journal of Aerosol Science (2018) 119:1-12 [doi]
- J. He and I. V. Novosselov, Design and Evaluation of an Aerodynamic Focusing Micro-Well Aerosol Collector, Aerosol Science and Technology, V51, Issue 9, pp 1061 1026, 2017 [doi]
- E Austin, I Novosselov, M Yost, E Seto, – Laboratory evaluation of the Shinyei PPD42NS low-cost particulate matter sensor, PlosOne, PONE-D-15-19785R1, 2015 [doi]
- Edmund Seto, Elena Austin, Igor Novosselov, Michael Yost, Use of low-cost particle monitors to calibrate traffic-related air pollutant models in urban areas, Proceedings of 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, San Diego, California, USA, D.P. Ames, N. Quinn (Eds.), 2014. [doi]