Bio


Dr. Artemii Novoselov is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Geophysics at Stanford University. He holds a PhD in geophysics and computer science from the University of Vienna, where he focused on wave physics, specifically the seismic and acoustic properties of lightning. His research has resulted in several publications and he has been awarded grants from Nvidia and Google.

In addition to his research, Dr. Novoselov has experience in teaching and has received several awards and honors for his work. He is also the co-chair of the Postdoc advisory council to the Dean of the School of Sustainability.

Honors & Awards


  • Research Grant Award, Google (2020)
  • Research Grant Award, NVidia (2021)

Professional Education


  • PhD, University of Vienna, Geophysics (2022)
  • MSc, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Geophysics (2017)
  • BSc, Moscow State University, Geology (2015)

Stanford Advisors


Community and International Work


  • Postdoc Advisory Council to the Dean, Stanford

    Topic

    Advocacy for Postdocs

    Partnering Organization(s)

    PDAC

    Populations Served

    120

    Location

    International

    Ongoing Project

    Yes

    Opportunities for Student Involvement

    No

Research Interests


  • Data Sciences
  • Environmental Education
  • Higher Education
  • Research Methods
  • Science Education
  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Technology and Education

All Publications


  • Seismoacoustic Study of Thunder and Lightning Using the AlpArray SEISMOLOGICAL RESEARCH LETTERS Novoselov, A., Dorninger, M., Diendorfer, G., Bokelmann, G., AlpArray Working Grp 2022; 93 (6): 3404-3421
  • SEDENOSS: SEparating and DENOising Seismic Signals With Dual-Path Recurrent Neural Network Architecture JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH Novoselov, A., Balazs, P., Bokelmann, G. 2022; 127 (3)
  • Acoustic-to-seismic ground coupling: coupling efficiency and inferring near-surface properties GEOPHYSICAL JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL Novoselov, A., Fuchs, F., Bokelmann, G. 2020; 223 (1): 144-160