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Dr. Jeffrey O. Young

 

Jeff Young

Biographical Information

Name: Jeffrey O. Young
Title: Research Physical Scientist

Contact Info:

Atmospheric Modeling and Analysis Division
National Exposure Research Laboratory
Environmental Protection Agency
109 TW Alexander Drive
Rsearch Triangle Park, NC 27711

Phone: 919-541-3929
email: young.jeff@epa.gov

Education

B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, cum laude, 1961, Pennsylvania State University
M.S. in Aerospace Engineering, 1965, Pennsylvania State University
Ph.D. in Fluid Mechanics, 1970, Brown University

Professional Experience

Research Physical Scientist, USEPA/ORD/NERL/AMAD/AMDB, Research Triangle Park, NC, 2008–present
Mathematician, NOAA Atmospheric Sciences Modeling Division (in partnership with USEPA/NERL), Research Triangle Park, NC, 1991–2008
Technical Project Leader, Computer Sciences Corporation, Research Triangle Park, NC, 1986–1991
Scientific Applications Analyst, Computer Data Systems, Inc., Research Triangle Park, NC, 1983–1986
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (Visiting), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 1983–1984
Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1969–1973
National Science Foundation Trainee, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1966–1969
Research Assistant, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 1961–1966

Selected Awards and Honors

NOAA Silver Medal, 2005, for exceptional achievement in developing, testing, and implementing national air quality forecasting in less than two years
USEPA Bronze Medal, 2005, for contribution to the development and application of the Nation’s premier numerical air quality simulation model
USEPA Silver Medal, 1999, for outstanding team research achievement in the development and evaluation of the Models-3 Computational Framework and the Community Multi-Scale Air Quality Modeling System

 

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