Robert Jacob

Argonne National Laboratory, USA


Robert Jacob is a Computational Climate Scientist in the Mathematics and Computer Science division. He is also a Fellow at the Argonne-University of Chicago Computation Institute. He received his Ph.D. degree in atmospheric science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Throughout his career, Jacob has been strongly involved in the development and application of climate models. He is the Lead Developer of the Fast Ocean Atmosphere Model, a fully coupled climate model, and a Codeveloper of the Model Coupling Toolkit. His current interests include long-term climate variability, the role of the ocean in climate change, paleoclimate, and high-performance computing applications to scientific problems.

Biography Updated on 29 September 2011

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