Emmy-Noether-Project "Bridging Geodesy and Seismology"

Research Interests

The goal of my research is to measure and model the surface displacements of the earth associated to tectonic, hydrologic or anthropogenic factors. An important part of my research consists in developing synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) methodologies to measure slow deformations (few mm/yr) over wide areas on the earth surface.

These data provide large-scale observations of surface displacements with a strong sensitivity to the vertical and high spatial resolution, useful to map earth surface processes.

Another research interest is to reconcile long-term (geological or tectonic) and short-term (geodetic) models of fault slip. I am particularly interested by the link between fault behavior and fault geometry, or segmentation.  


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