Kyle Bradley is a Principal Investigator at the Earth Observatory of Singapore. He also is a lecturer and field course coordinator at the Asian School of the Environment in Nanyang Technological University (NTU), where he teaches courses on advanced field geology, the environments of Singapore, and GIS.
He joined EOS in 2013 as a Research Fellow before taking on his current roles the Asian School of the Environment in 2018. He holds a PhD in geology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BSc (Honours) in geology from the California Institute of Technology.
Kyle has published papers on Southeast Asian geology in journals such as Nature Geoscience, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, The Journal of Geophysical Research, and Geophysical Research Letters. His research focuses on understanding the active tectonics, earthquake-associated natural hazards, and geology of Southeast Asia. To answer basic questions about fault, he integrates a wide variety of data, including field observations, remote sensing, earthquake seismology, seismic reflection data, and numerical modelling. He collaborates with geodesists, seismologists, geologists, and volcanologists to understand the links between the major solid Earth systems and their associated hazards.