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Ivan Ermanoski

Ivan Ermanoski

Research Professor, School of Sustainability

ivan.ermanoski@asu.edu

Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875402
Tempe, AZ 85287-5402

Titles

  • Senior Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
  • Research Professor, School of Sustainability
  • Research Professor, LightWorks®, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability

Biography

Ivan Ermanoski is a research professor at Arizona State University. He graduated from the University of Belgrade, Serbia, with his BSc in physics thesis work “Nanoscale Studies of a Thin Layer of Silver on HOPG”. His earned his PhD in physics at Rutgers—“Nanoscale Properties of Planar and Faceted Ir(210)”—before spending two years as a postdoctoral fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), working on extreme UV lithography (EUVL). From 2007 to 2018 he was a postdoctoral fellow and then a staff member at Sandia. His most recent work has been in the field of solar thermochemical fuel production, and in iodine sorption characterization.

Education

  • PhD, Physics, Rutgers University, 2005
  • BS, Physics, Belgade University, 1997

Journal Articles

2018

Budama, V. K., N. G. Johnson, A. H. McDaniel, I. Ermanoski and E. B. Stechel. 2018. Thermodynamic development and design of a concentrating solar thermochemical water-splitting process for co-production of hydrogen and electricity. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 43(37):17,574-17,587. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2018.07.151. (link )

2017

Sava Gallis, D. F., I. Ermanoski, J. A. Greathouse, K. W. Chapman and T. M. Nenoff. 2017. Iodine gas adsorption in nanoporous materials: A combined experiment-modeling study. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 56(8):2331-2338. DOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.6b04189. (link )

Singh, A., J. Lapp, J. Grobbel, S. Brendelberger, J. P. Reinhold, L. Olivera, I. Ermanoski, N. P. Siegel, A. H. McDaniel, M. Roeb and C. Sattler. 2017. Design of a pilot scale directly irradiated, high temperature, and low pressure moving particle cavity chamber for metal oxide reduction. Solar Energy 157(Nov):365-276. DOI: 10.1016/j.solener.2017.08.040. (link )

2015

Ermanoski, I. 2015. Maximizing efficiency in two-step solar-thermochemical fuel production. Energy Procedia 69(May):1731-1740. DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2015.03.141. (link )

2014

Ermanoski, I. 2014. Cascading pressure thermal reduction for efficient solar fuel production. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 39(25):13114-13117. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2014.06.143. (link )

Ermanoski, I., J. E. Miller and M. D. Allendon. 2014. Efficiency maximization in solar-thermochemical fuel production: Challenging the concept of isothermal water splitting. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16:8418-8427. DOI: 10.1039/C4CP00978A. (link )

Ermanoski, I. and N. Siegel. 2014. Annual average efficiency of a solar-thermochemical reactor. Energy Procedia 49:1932-1939. DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2014.03.205. (link )

2013

Ermanoski, I., N. P. Siegel and E. B. Stechel. 2013. A new reactor concept for efficient solar-thermochemical fuel production. Journal of Solar Energy Engineering 135(3):031002. DOI: 10.1115/1.4023356. (link )

Siegel, N. P., J. E. Miller, I. Ermanoski, R. B. Diver and E. B. Stechel. 2013. Factors affecting the efficiency of solar drive metal oxide thermochemical cycles. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 52(9):3276-3286. DOI: 10.1021/ie400193q. (link )

2012

Kaghazchi, P., T. Jacob, I. Ermanoski, W. Chen and T. E. Madey. 2012. New surfaces stabilized by adsorbate-induced faceting. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 24(26):265003. DOI: 10.1088/0953-8984/24/26/265003. (link )

2011

Bussmann, E., I. Ermanoski, P. J. Feibelman, N. C. Bartelt and G. L. Kellogg. 2011. Buried Pd slows self diffusion on Cu(001). Physical Review B 84(24):245440. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.84.245440. (link )

Ermanoski, I., N. C. Bartelt and G. L. Kellogg. 2011. Self assembly of defect-free nano stripe arrays on B doped Si(001). Physical Review B 83(20):205432. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.83.205432. (link )

2008

Kaghazchi, P., T. Jacob, I. Ermanoski, W. Chen and T. E. Madey. 2008. First principles studies on oxygen-induced faceting of Ir(210). ACS Nano 2(6):1280-1288. DOI: 10.1021/nn800210v. (link )

2006

Chen, W., I. Ermanoski, T. Jacob and T. E. Madey. 2006. Structure sensitivity in oxidation of CO on Ir surfaces. Langmuir 22(7):3166-3173. DOI: 10.1021/la053183h. (link )

2005

Chen, W., I. Ermanoski and T. E. Madey. 2005. Decomposition of ammonia and hydrogen on Ir surfaces: Structure sensitivity and nanometer-scale size effects. Journal of the American Chemistry Society 127(14):5014-5015. DOI: 10.1021/ja042617c. (link )

Ermanoski, I., K. Changki, S. P. Kelly and T. E. Madey. 2005. Atomic structure of O/Ir(2 1 0) nanofacets. Surface Science 596(1-3):53-97. DOI: 10.1016/j.susc.2005.08.024. (link )

Ermanoski, I., W. Swiech and T. E. Madey. 2005. Nucleation and coexistence of nanometer-scale facet domains on O/Ir (2 1 0). Surface Science 592(1-3):L299-L304. DOI: 10.1016/j.susc.2005.06.033. (link )

2004

Ermanoski, I., K. Pelhos, W. Chen, J. S. Quinton and T. E. Madey. 2004. Oxygen-induced nano-faceting of Ir(2 1 0). Surface Science 549(1):1-23. DOI: 10.1016/j.susc.2003.10.052. (link )

Gladys, M. J., I. Ermanoski, G. J. Jackson, J. S. Quinton, J. E. Rowe and T. E. Madey. 2004. A high resolution photoemission study of surface core-level shfits in clean and oxygen-covered Ir(2 1 0) surfaces. Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena 135(2-3):105-112. DOI: 10.1016/j.elspec.2004.02.109. (link )

2003

Chen, W., I. Ermanoski, Q. Wu and T. E. Madey. 2003. Adsorption and decomposition of acetylene on planar and faceted IR (210). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 107(22):5231-5242. DOI: 10.1021/jp0224721. (link )

2002

Madey, T. E., K. Pelhos, Q. Wu, R. Barnes, I. Ermanoski, W. Chen, J. J. Kolodziej and J. E. Rowe. 2002. Nanoscale surface chemistry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciencs of the United States of America 99(Suppl. 2):6503-6508. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.062536499. (link )

Conference Papers

2017

Ermanoski, I., A. Orozco and J. Grobbel. 2017. Pressure separation and gas flows in a prototype vacuum-pumped solar-thermochemical reactor. Pp. 100004-1-100004-9 AIP Conference Proceedings. (link )

2016

Ermanoski, I., J. Grobbel, A. Singh, J. Lapp, S. Brendelberger, M. Roeb, C. Sattler, J. Whaley, A. H. McDaniel and N. P. Siegel. 2016. Design and construction of a cascading pressure reactor prototype for solar-thermochemical hydrogen production. Pp. 120001-1-120001-8 AIP Conference Proceedings. (link )

Miller, J. E., E. N. Coker, A. Ambrosini, A. H. McDaniel, I. Ermanoski and E. B. Stechel. 2016. Sunshine to petrol: Thermochemistry for solar fuels. In: Kruka, H. and F. Zhu eds., Proceedings of CO2 Summit II: Technologies and Opportunities. CO2 Summit II: Technologies and Opportunities. (link )

2007

Hill, S. B., I. Ermanoski, C. Tarrio, T. B. Lucatorto, T. E. Madey, S. Bajt, M. Fang and M. Chandhock. 2007. Critical parameters influencing the EUV-induced damage of Ru-capped multilayer mirrors. Proceedings SPIE Emerging Lithographic Technologies XI. SPIE Advanced Lithography,. (link )

Tarrio, C., S. B. Hill, I. Ermanoski, T. B. Lucatorto, T. E. Madey, M. Chandhock and M. Fang. 2007. Metrology related to the multilayer mirrors in an extreme-ultraviolet stepper. Pp. 428-431 In: Seiler, D. G., A. C. Diebold, R. McDonald, C. M. Garner, D. Herr, R. P. Khosla and E. M. Secula eds., AIP Conference Proceedings. CP931, Frontiers of Characteristization and Metrology for Nanoelectronics. (link )

Thesis (PhD)

2005

Ermanoski, I. 2005. Nanoscale Properties of Planar and Faceted Iridium (210). Dissertation. Rutgers University. (link )