I'm a research fellow working with Emma Hill in the tectonics group; I use geodetic data to measure tectonic motion of the earth's surface — before, during and after earthquakes. These data help us to better understand the underlying tectonic processes in Southeast Asia and around the world, and allow us to provide key information about earthquake hazards to communities at risk. My work involves new advances in InSAR processing, collection of GPS data around the region, and some novel inversion and numerical modeling techniques. See my home page for more.
Source Characteristics of the 2019 Mw 6.5 Ambon, Eastern Indonesia, Earthquake Inferred from Seismic and Geodetic Data. Seismological Research Letters. (2021).
Structural Control on Downdip Locking Extent of the Himalayan Megathrust. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 123(6), 5265-5278. (2018).
Can the Updip Limit of Frictional Locking on Megathrusts Be Detected Geodetically? Quantifying the Effect of Stress Shadows on Near‐Trench Coupling. Geophysical Research Letters. 45(10), 4754-4763. (2018).
Source characteristics of the 2015 M-w 7.8 Gorkha (Nepal) earthquake and its M-w 7.2 aftershock from space geodesy. Tectonophysics. 712, 747-758. (2017).