My research interests focus on improving the understanding of structural evolution of continental plate boundaries to better assess both seismic hazard and the mechanical behavior of the continental lithosphere through geological timescales. I study the Asian-Indian collision plate boundary, also known as the Main Himalayan Thrust, the largest and fastest-slipping continental megathrust with a multi-scale (spatiotemporal) and multidisciplinary approach integrating regional tectonic geomorphology with more local and shallow structure analysis.
Post‐earthquake aggradation processes to hide surface ruptures in thrust systems: The M8.3, 1934, Bihar‐Nepal earthquake ruptures at Charnath Khola (Eastern Nepal). Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. (2019).
The 2015 Gorkha (Nepal) earthquake sequence: I. Source modeling and deterministic 3D ground shaking. Tectonophysics. 722, 447-461. (2018).
Crustal Strain in the Marmara Pull‐Apart Region Associated With the Propagation Process of the North Anatolian Fault. Tectonics. 37(5), 1507-1523. (2018).
Adaptive self-organization of Bali’s ancient rice terraces. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 114(25), 6504–6509. (2017).