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Assistant Professor or untenured Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Stanford University

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Adjunct Professor

Shari Libicki

Adjunct Professor

Dr. Libicki was educated at Stanford University, where she earned her M.S. in 1981 and her Ph.D. in 1985 both in Chemical Engineering. Her professional career started in 1989 as a senior engineer at Ramboll that is a leading engineering, architecture and consultancy company founded in Denmark in 1945. Currently, she is a Global Air Quality Service Line Leader at Ramboll. She has over 30 years of chemical fate and transport experience, as applied to managing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and estimating air emissions and dispersion from chemical processes, landfills and new developments. Her experience includes providing technical expertise to entitlement and litigation teams, negotiating complex technical agreements and permits with agencies and assisting facilities with compliance programs. She is an expert on GHG evaluations for California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents, and is at the forefront of developing regulations in California, having served on the Regional Targets Advisory Council. She has conducted extensive air quality regulatory assessments for New Source Review/Prevention of Significant Deterioration (NSR/PRD) permitting and compliance auditing. Shari has lectured widely on evaluating climate change impacts for new developments and estimating chemical exposure for risk assessments and carbon management.

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, 1985
MS, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, 1981
BSE, Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, 1979