Curriculum Vitae, Daniel J. Jacob

Last updated February 19, 2013

Address: Pierce Hall, 29 Oxford St., Harvard U., Cambridge, MA 02138 U.S.A.
Phone: 1-617-495-1794
Fax: 1-617-495-4551
email: djacob@fas.harvard.edu
URL: http://acmg.seas.harvard.edu/people/faculty/djj

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE.

Harvard University. Vasco McCoy Family Prof. of Atmospheric Chemistry and Environmental Engineering, 2004-present; Gordon McKay Prof. of Atmospheric Chemistry and Environmental Engineering, 1994-2004; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1994; Asst. Prof, 1987-1991; Postdoc, 1985-1987.

EDUCATION.

Ph.D. (1985), Environmental Engineering Science, Caltech; Ingenieur Chimiste (1981), Ecole Superieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielles, Paris; Mathematiques Speciales (1977), Mathematiques Superieures (1976), Lycee du Parc, Lyon.

HONORS.

Haagen-Smit Prize from Atmospheric Environment (2010); CIRES Distinguished Lecture (2010); Top-ranked geoscientist in the world according to the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) based on 1997-2007 citations (2009); IGAC Keynote Lecture (2008); Ranked 16th "hottest researcher in the world" by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) on the basis of frequently cited papers (2005); NCAR Thompson Lecturer (2004); NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal (2003) "for outstanding seminal contributions to the understanding of fundamental physical and chemical processes in the lower atmosphere of the Earth"; ISI 6th most cited author in Geosciences (2001); NASA H. Julian Allen Award (1999) Editor's Citations for Excellence in Refereeing, Geophys. Res. Lett. (1999), J. Geophys. Res. (1991, 1998); James B. Macelwane Medal, American Geophysical Union (1994) "for significant contributions to the geophysical sciences by a young scientist of outstanding ability"; Fellow, American Geophysical Union (1994); Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering (1989); Presidential Young Investigator Award (1988).

CURRENT/RECENT EXTERNAL COMMITTEES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.

Leader, NASA Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (2011-); Mission Leader or co-Leader for NASA aircraft missions: SEAC4RS (2013), ARCTAS (2008), INTEX (2006, 2004), TRACE-P (2001), PEM-Tropics (1996, 1999); co-Chair, Science Working Group for NASA GEO-CAPE geostationary satellite; EPA Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee on Ozone (2009-); NASA Earth Science Subcommittee (vice-chair, 2009-; chair, 2006-2009); GEOS-Chem Model Scientist (2000-); Steering Committee for NOAA Postdoctoral Program in Climate and Global Change (chair, 2009; 2006-2009); NRC Committee on A National Strategy for Advancing Climate Modeling (2011-2013); NRC Committee on International Transport of Pollutants (2008-2010); NOAA/ESRL Review Committee (2008); Review Editor fot IPCC 5th Assessment Resport; Lead Author for IPCC 4th Assessment Report; NRC Earth Science Applications from Space Health & Security Panel (2005-2007); NASA Earth System Science and Applications Advisory Committee (ESSAAC) (2002-2005); Associate Editor, Atmospheric Environment (1991-); Science Advisory Commmittee, NYSERDA Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation, and Protection Program (2000-); Chair, Community Climate System Model (CCSM) Advisory Board (2004-2006); Chair, EPRI Workshop on Interactions of Climate Change and Air Quality (2005); Chair, NRC Committee on Radiative Forcing Effects on Climate (2003-2005); Science Board, LASPAU Border Ozone Reduction and Air Quality Improvement Program (2003-2006); Visiting committee, Division of Engineering and Applied Science, Caltech (2003-); Chair, Haagen-Smit Award Committee (Atmospheric Environment) (2003-2006); Adivsory Board, Clean Air Task Force (2004-)

Ph.D. STUDENTS AND POSTDOCS ADVISED.

PERSONAL DATA.

Born 14/06/58 at East Patchogue, NY. Dual citizen: United States + France. Married (Janice), two children (Oscar and Alex).

PRINCIPAL PUBLICATIONS:

288 peer-reviewed publications according to the Institute of Scienific Information (ISI)

ISI H-Factor of 78 (78 publications cited more than 78 times)

Papers are linked here to complete versions in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format. If you cannot get what you want electronically please contact Daniel Jacob.


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