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David J Lary
Research Scientist-Faculty-Physics Department
Office MailstopMail Box: WT15, WSTC 2.208 
Email Address  David.Lary@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-5643    URL Home Page   URL Holistics 3.0    Media Contact
Keywords Big Data, Machine Learning, Remote Sensing, High Performance Computing, Applied Physics, Environmental Health   
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.Photochemical Modeling of the AtmosphereUniversity of Cambridge, England1991
 B.Sc.Physics and ChemistryKing's College, London, England1987
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2012
Noelle, A, G K Hartmann, A Fahr, D. J. Lary, S. Le Calvé, Y.-P. Lee, P. Limao-Vieira, J.F. Martin-Torres, J. J. Orlando, A.-C. Vandaele, R P Wayne, and C Y R Wu. 2011. 8th edition UV/Vis Spectra Data Base. science-softCon.
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2012
Noelle, A, G K Hartmann, A Fahr, D. J. Lary, S. Le Calvé, Y.-P. Lee, P. Limao-Vieira, J.F. Martin-Torres, J. J. Orlando, A.-C. Vandaele, R P Wayne, and C Y R Wu. 2011. 8th edition UV/Vis Spectra Data Base. science-softCon.
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2011
Noelle, A, G K Hartmann, A Fahr, D. J. Lary, S. Le Calvé, Y.-P. Lee, P. Limao-Vieira, J.F. Martin-Torres, J. J. Orlando, A.-C. Vandaele, R P Wayne, and C Y R Wu. 2011. 8th edition UV/Vis Spectra Data Base. science-softCon.
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2010
Lary, D. J., Artificial intelligence in Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Geoscience and Remote Sensing, New Achievements. ed. by P. Imperatore and D. Riccio, Vukovar, Croatia, IN-TECH: 1-24, 2010, invited contribution.
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2010
Cooke, M. C., S. R. Utembe, P. G. Carbajo, A. T. Archibald, A. J. Orr-Ewing, M. E. Jenkin, R. G. Derwent, D. J. Lary and D. E. Shallcross, Impacts of Formaldehyde Photolysis Rates on Tropospheric Chemistry. Atmospheric Science Letters, 11: 33-38, 2010.
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2013-presentAdjunctSchool of Public Health UNT Health Science Center
2012-presentAdjunctElectrical Engineering The University of Texas at Dallas
2012-presentAdjunctCenter for Astrophysics, Space Physics & Engineering Research Baylor University
2010-presentAssociate Professor and Founding DirectorCenter for Multi-scale Intelligent Integrated Interactive Sensing Center for Space Science The University of Texas at Dallas
2008-2010Software Integration and Visualization Office  NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre and the Goddard Earth Sciences and Technology Center (GEST) /UMBC
2006-2008Atmospheric Chemistry and Dynamics Branch  NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre and the Goddard Earth Sciences and Technology Center (GEST) /UMBC
2002-2006Global Modeling and Assimilation Office  NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre and the Goddard Earth Sciences and Technology Center (GEST) /UMBC
2001-2002The First Distinguished Goddard Fellow in Earth Science  NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre and the Goddard Earth Sciences and Technology Center (GEST) /UMBC
2000-2001Lecturer  University of Cambridge
1998-2000Senior Lecturer and Alon Fellow  University of Tel-Aviv
1996-2002Royal Society University Research FellowDepartment of Chemistry University of Cambridge
1994-1996Post Doctoral Research Associate  University of Cambridge
1991-1994Post Doctoral Research Assistant  University of Cambridge
 News Articles
Professor Brings NASA Expertise To Physics Faculty

Atmospheric Chemistry, Geophysics Are Among Dr. David Lary's Interests

Dr. David Lary, an atmospheric scientist whose career has taken him from Cambridge University and Tel Aviv University to NASA, has landed at UT Dallas, where he joined the physics faculty. Read more...


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Awards and Honors
  • IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Letters Prize Paper Award 2010
  • Appointed to the NASA GSFC Deputy Director's Council on Science 2009
  • NASA Group Achievement Honor Award 2008
  • Appointed to the NASA GSFC Deputy Director's Council on Science 2008
  • Appointed to the NASA GSFC Science Director’s Council 2007
  • NASA Space act award 2005
  • NASA Inventions and Contributions Board Award 2005
  • NASA Space act award 2004
  • NASA Tech Brief Award for Creative development of a technical innovation 2004
  • NASA Data Assimilation Office Special recognition Award 2002
  • Alon Fellowship 1998-2001
  • Royal Society Fellowship 1996-2002
  • Sambrooke Exhibition Prize for Natural Science 1986

PERSONAL STATEMENT
My work is in the area of Applied Physics for Societal Benefit with a focus on using remote sensing from robotic aerial vehicles and satellites coupled with machine learning to facilitate scientific discovery and decision support. All of the elements described in this CV have used or supported this goal. From my PhD at the University of Cambridge which described the world’s first chemical scheme within a weather forecasting model, to the autonomous earth observing system I have developed for NASA, to the use of artificial intelligence to deal with inter-instrument biases and produce climate data records, to the support of various decision support tools in areas such as smart agriculture, tornado prediction, disaster response, famine relief, health systems, to the detection of online fraud. All have used and furthered computational discovery. These contributions have been recognized by my peers through: Invited contributions to the Royal Society, National Academies, and CDC, two dedicated EGU symposia sessions, three prestigious fellowships, five editorial commendations, several million dollars in research funding, seven NASA awards, and more than sixty publications with over a thousand citations in the peerreviewed literature with a Hirsch Index of seventeen.

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