About J. Eric Klobas

Fascinated by the intersection between photochemistry and heterogeneous catalysis as it relates to the ozone layer. Particular interests in volcanism and geoengineering.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard University (2018–2021)
P.I.:
David M. Wilmouth
In support of NSF1764171: Evaluating the Impact of Future Volcanic Eruptions on Stratospheric Ozone: Influence of Multicomponent Injection, Climate Change, Latitude, and Seasonality

Chemical Physics Ph.D. (stratospheric processes), Harvard University 2018
Advisor: James G. Anderson
Thesis: Volcanic Perturbations of Stratospheric Ozone In Contemporary and Future Atmospheres

Chemistry M.A. (surface science and catalysis), Harvard University 2012
Advisor: Cynthia M. Friend
Topic: Microkinetic analysis of reactions of molecular oxygen on silver, gold, and silver-gold alloy surfaces.

Chemistry B.S., University of California, Irvine 2010
Advisor: Sergey A. Nizkorodov
Topic: Secondary organic aerosol aging and photolysis

 

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