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Michelsen, Hope A. Associate Professor


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research overview

  • My research program is broadly focused on the formation, evolution, and environmental impact of carbonaceous particles under a wide range of conditions. This work involves studies of soot formation during combustion, black carbon evolution in the atmosphere, and particle synthesis under controlled conditions. It additionally entails development and deployment of laser- and X-ray-based diagnostics and instrumentation for combustion and atmospheric applications.


  • soot, black carbon, carbon black, biofuels, wildfires


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courses taught

  • MCEN 3012 - Thermodynamics
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2020 / Fall 2020 / Spring 2021
    Explores fundamental concepts and basic theory, including first and second laws of thermodynamics, properties, states, thermodynamic functions and cycles. Same as GEEN 3852.


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