Amir Hakami, Ph.D.

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2003 Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
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Environmental Engineering
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Armistead G. Russell grad student 2003 Georgia Tech
 (Direct sensitivity analysis in air quality models.)
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Pappin AJ, Mesbah SM, Hakami A, et al. (2016) Response to Comment on "Diminishing Returns or Compounding Benefits of Air Pollution Control? The Case of NO(x) and Ozone". Environmental Science & Technology. 50: 502-3
Pappin AJ, Hakami A, Blagden P, et al. (2016) Health benefits of reducing NO x emissions in the presence of epidemiological and atmospheric nonlinearities Environmental Research Letters. 11
Pappin AJ, Mesbah SM, Hakami A, et al. (2015) Diminishing Returns or Compounding Benefits of Air Pollution Control? The Case of NOx and Ozone. Environmental Science & Technology. 49: 9548-56
Mesbah SM, Hakami A, Schott S. (2015) Optimal Ozone Control with Inclusion of Spatiotemporal Marginal Damages and Electricity Demand. Environmental Science & Technology. 49: 7870-8
Turner MD, Henze DK, Hakami A, et al. (2015) Differences between magnitudes and health impacts of BC emissions across the United States using 12 km scale seasonal source apportionment. Environmental Science & Technology. 49: 4362-71
Turner MD, Henze DK, Capps SL, et al. (2015) Premature deaths attributed to source-specific BC emissions in six urban US regions Environmental Research Letters. 10
Turner MD, Henze DK, Hakami A, et al. (2014) Constraining aerosol health impacts with sensitivity analysis using the CMAQ adjoint Proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Association's Annual Conference and Exhibition, Awma. 4: 3013-3017
Mesbah SM, Hakami A, Schott S. (2013) Optimal ozone reduction policy design using adjoint-based NOx marginal damage information. Environmental Science & Technology. 47: 13528-35
Pappin AJ, Hakami A. (2013) Attainment vs exposure: ozone metric responses to source-specific NOx controls using adjoint sensitivity analysis. Environmental Science & Technology. 47: 13519-27
Pappin AJ, Hakami A. (2013) Source attribution of health benefits from air pollution abatement in Canada and the United States: an adjoint sensitivity analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives. 121: 572-9
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