- Full Name
- Neil E. Klepeis, Ph.D.
Neil Klepeis was trained as a physical and theoretical chemist. In pursuing his interests in environmental science, he received his Ph.D. in environmental health, studying indoor air pollutant dynamics and human exposure through computer simulation and controlled laboratory experiments. In addition to his modeling work, he has performed several tobacco smoke air pollution monitoring studies, including a recent study on outdoor tobacco smoke. Since he began working in the exposure field in 1993, he has published many articles and reports on tobacco smoke exposure.
BA, 1989, Colgate University (Chemistry)
MS, 1992, Stanford University (Chemistry)
Ph.D., 2004, University of California at Berkeley (Environmental Health Sciences)
- Stanford University
- Current Position
- Consulting Assistant Professor
- Key Publications
Ott WR, Klepeis NE, Switzer P (2007) Air change rates of motor vehicles and in-vehicle pollutant concentrations from secondhand smoke. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. Published online: doi:10.1038/sj.jes.7500601, July 18.
Klepeis NE, Ott WR, Switzer P (2007) Real-time measurement of outdoor tobacco smoke particles. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 57:522-534.
Klepeis NE (2006) "Modeling Human Exposure to Air Pollution," In: Human Exposure Analysis, edited by Wayne R. Ott, Lance A. Wallace, and Anne Steinemann, CRC Press, Boca Raton.
Klepeis NE and Nazaroff WW (2006) Modeling residential exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke. Atmospheric Environment. 40(23):4393-4407.
Klepeis NE and Nazaroff WW (2006) Mitigating residential exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke. Atmospheric Environment. 40(23):4408-4422.
- Member for
- 11 years 1 month