Research Expertise and Interest

chemical kinetics, computer modeling, uncertainty quantification, combustion chemistry, pollutant formation (carbon black, soot), chemical vapor deposition of diamond films, homogeneous nucleation of silicon, diamond and graphene, diamond powders; interstellar dust formation

Research Description

Michael Frenklach is a Distinguished Professor, and the Roscoe and Elizabeth Hughes Chair in Mechanical Engineering.  He researches: chemical kinetics; computer modeling; combustion chemistry; pollutant formation (NOx, soot); shock tube; chemical vapor deposition of diamond films; homogeneous nucleation of silicon, silicon carbide, and diamond powders; interstellar dust formation.

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