Research Interests: Crustal deformation, active faulting and volcanism
Long-term decrease in plate coupling prior to the 2011 Tohoku, Japan earthquake: Insights from GPS, seismicity, and physics-based models
After Stanford: Data Scientist at Intuit
Assessment of time-dependent noise in GPS position time series
Thermal pressurization during earthquake nucleation and dynamic rupture
After Stanford: R&D Geophysicist at ChevronCurrently Geophysicist at DownUnder GeoSolutions
Short- and long-term deformation of Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes, Hawaii
After Stanford: Currently Data Manager at the EMMES Corporation
Currently in the Computational Mathematics team at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM.
The physics of slow slip, tremor, and associated seismicity from geodetic and laboratory studies
After Stanford: Postdoc at IGPP, Scripps Institute of Oceanography.Currently Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri.
Graduation Year : 2007
Modeling volcano deformation using InSAR and GPS
After Stanford: Postdoc at the USGS, Menlo Park.
Currently Geophysicist at NASA - JPL
Currently Associate Research Professor of Geophysics at New Mexico Tech Earth & Environmental Science.
Deformation associated with discontinuities along strike slip faults (with Pollard group in Geology)
After Stanford: Postdoc at Stanford; Assistant Prof. UC-Davis.
Currently Associate Professor at Sapienza University of Rome and Guest Scientist at the USGS Menlo Park.
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