Professional 

Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University, Department of Geology and Geophysics, 2017-


Education

Ph.D. Geology, University of Texas at Austin, Department of Geological Sciences.  Advised by Dr. Marc A. Hesse, (2017). 

A.B. with honors, Geophysics , University of Chicago.  Advised by Noboru Nakamura, (2011). 


Publications

Jacob S. Jordan, Marc A. Hesse, and John F. Rudge. "On mass transport in solitary porosity waves." Earth and Planetary Science Letters 485 (2018): 65-78

Sathaye, Kiran J., Andrew J. Smye, Jacob S. Jordan, and Marc A. Hesse. "Noble gases preserve history of retentive continental crust in the Bravo Dome natural CO 2 field, New Mexico." Earth and Planetary Science Letters 443 (2016): 32-40.

Jacob S.Jordan, and Marc A. Hesse. "Reactive transport in a partially molten system with binary solid solution." Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 16, no. 12 (2015): 4153-4177.

Befus, Kenneth S., Robert W. Zinke, Jacob S. Jordan, Michael Manga, and James E. Gardner. "Pre-eruptive storage conditions and eruption dynamics of a small rhyolite dome: Douglas Knob, Yellowstone volcanic field, USA." Bulletin of Volcanology 76, no. 3 (2014): 808.


Presentations

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2017 (oral) On mass transport in solitary porosity waves

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2017 (invited) Reactive transport in a partially molten system with binary solid solution

SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences 2017 (oral) Tracer transport in solitary porosity waves

Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2017 The initiation and persistence of cracks in Enceladus’ ice shell.

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2016 (oral) The initiation and persistence of cracks in Enceladus’ ice shell.

CIDER 2016, Closed streamlines for incompatible elements within Solitary waves

Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Melting in the Mantle Program 2016 (oral), {VIDEO} Reactive transport of aqueous protons in reactive porous media

University of Texas hydrology seminar, Enthalpy method: applications for melting permafrost.

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2014, Chromatographic separation of trace elements at Papoose Canyon monogenetic vent sequence

Gordon Conference: Research in porous media 2014, Pathways through phase diagrams, consequences for melting

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2013 (oral), Retardation of major elements during reactive transport with solid solution

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2012, Major elements & mantle melting

Chapman Conference for Hawaiian Volcanoes 2012,  Major elements & mantle melting as a chromatographic column: theory in hyperbolic limit

Clinton Global Initiative, University 2010, Community gardens and coffeeshops: importance of urban composting


Awards

Brundrett Endowed Presidential Scholarship, 2016-2017.  University of Texas at Austin Presidential Scholarship

Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Melting in the Mantle Program 2016 (oral), Travel and Lodging courtesy of NSF and University of Cambridge

Chapman Conference for Hawaiian Volcanoes,  Chapman student travel scholarship

Clinton Global Initiative, University, CGI-U Student travel award


Service

Reviewer

  1. Transport in Porous Medium
  2. Geophysical Research Letters

Organizer, Undergraduate Geological Society Student Speaker Series

Mentor and Graduate coordinator, GeoFORCE

Student RepresentativeGeophysics professorial search committee, 2014

Chair, Evaluation committee of department Seminar, 2013


Art Shows

East Side Collective, EAST Austin Studio Tour 2015:  pen plotter [0]: magma

SprATX, Featured Artist of the month, March 2016: pen plotter [1]: small forwards

East Side Collective, EAST Austin Studio Tour 2016: pen plotter [2]: decoding the sounds of Austin