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Dr. George A. Pouliot

 

George Pouliot

Biographical Information

Name: George A. Pouliot
Title: 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: 919-541-5475
email: pouliot.george@epa.gov

Education

B.A. Mathematics and Computing & Information Science, Saint Vincent College, Latrobe PA, 1992
Atmospheric Science, North Carolina State University, 1995
Atmospheric Science, North Carolina State University, 2000

Professional Experience

Physical Scientist, National Exposure Research Laboratory, EPA, Research Triangle Park, NC, 2008 - Present
Physical Scientist, Air Resources Laboratory, NOAA, Research Triangle Park, NC, 2002 - 2008
Principal Systems Programmer, Dyntel Corporation, Research Triangle Park, NC, 2000 - 2002
Research Assistant, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC (Fredrick Semazzi and Jeff Scroggs), 1993 - 2000
Summer Research at Argonne National Laboratory Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne, IL (Ian Foster), 1992
Summer Institute for Atmospheric Sciences at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD (Christian Kummerow), 1991
Summer Institute for Atmospheric Sciences at National Center for Environmental Prediction, Camp Springs MD (Paul Sabol), 1990

Selected Awards and Honors:

Exceptional/Outstanding ORD Technical Assistance to the Regions or Program Offices, National Fire Emissions Inventory Team, 2008
NOAA Silver Medal for Air Quality Forecasting, 2005
EPA Bronze Award for "Commendable Service to the CMAQ Team", 2005
EPA-NERL award for FY-03 release of CMAQ, 2003
NOAA award for development and assessment of the Eta-CMAQ modeling system for providing national air quality forecasts, 2003
American Meteorological Society/Hughes Information Technology Company Graduate Student Fellowship, 1992

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