VIP Biography for
Neil H. Jacoby Jr.
|Neil H. Jacoby Jr.|
|Title||Property and Investment Manager|
|Expertise||Management, engineering, astrodynamics|
|Type of Organization||Estate management|
|Major Product||Maintenance and management of family estate and investments, astrodynamics problem solving|
|Area of Distribution||Los Angeles, CA|
|University/Degree||B.A., Astronomy, 1965; M.S., Engineering, 1969; Post M.S. Studies, Mathematical Economics, Optimization Theory, Statistics, 1970-72, University of California at Los Angeles|
|Born||October 20, 1940, Chicago, Illinois|
|Honors & Awards||Alpha Gamma Sigma (Junior College Honor Society)|
|Published Works||Numerous including, "Generation of Prag Satellite Lifetime Model Coefficients for Selected Sets of Restraints", System Development Corporation, 1980; Co-author, "Preliminary Orbit Determination Method Having No Co-Planar Singularity", Celestial Mechanics, 1977; Co-author, "A Time Series for Missile Trajectory Prediction", Journal of the Astronautical Sciences, 1977; "Technical Memorandum on the Deep Space Surveillance Satellite", Computer Science Corporation, 1975|
|Affiliations||Sr. Member, A.A.S.; A.I.A.A.; American Association for the Advancement of Science; New York Academy of Sciences; Board of Directors, Homeowners of South Westwood, Inc.; Member, International Biographical Association; Marquis Who's Who|
|Hobbies & Sports||Swimming, surfing, jogging, physical fitness|
|Career Accomplishments||Developed a new numerical integration method for determining close-earth approaches of potentially hazardous asteroids; This research is completely independent of research now being done by JPL and NASA|
|Work History||Lecturing and demonstrating scientific exhibits, Griffith Observatory, 1962; Computer Program Consultant, Western Data Processing Center, 1966-67, Research Assistant in Control Systems, 1967, Teaching Assistant in Astrodynamics, 1968, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Research Assistant in Statistical Analysis of U.S. Corporate Business, 1970-71, Research Assistant Mathematical Economics, 1971-72, Graduate School of Management, University of California at Los Angeles; Staff Scientist, Computer Science Corporation, 1972-76; Systems Analyst, Satellite Control Program, 1977-78, Orbital Analysis, 1979-80, National Oceanographic System Satellite, 1980-81, System Development Corporation|
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