Seismologist | Postdoctoral Fellow
Welcome! I am a seismologist and currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism at Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, DC. My research is focused on using the seismic structure of the Earth's crust and mantle, particularly in subduction zones, to better understand its underlying tectonic processes. I have focused on using receiver functions, active source reflections, and surface wave tomography to image the Moho, the subducting plate interface, magmatic structures beneath volcanoes, and broader lithospheric structure, but I am always interested in expanding to new techniques and locations. I am also involved in technique improvement and development for seismic data collected from ocean bottom seismometers, with particular application to broadband amphibious (onshore/offshore) deployments. Check the news page to see the most recent information on conferences I will be attending, newly published results, and other announcements.
- March 2018
- Feb 23, 2018 Invited talk at Binghamton University
- Jan 5, 2018 Don't Panic Geocast Interview
- December 2017
- Sep 18, 2017 – Sep 19, 2017 OBSIP 2017 Workshop
- Jun 19, 2017 – Jul 21, 2017 CIDER 2017 Summer Program