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Ph.D., 2014,Geophysics, University of California, Santa Cruz
California Institute of Technology
1200 E. California Blvd., MS 252-21
So. Mudd Building, Rm 262
Pasadena, CA 91125
I am particularly interested in resolving kinematic rupture process of large earthquakes using seismic, geodetic and tsunami observations adopted in joint inversion techniques. My most recent research involves evaluating the kinematic finite fault model inversion with various inversion methods, including linear inversion, simulated annealing inversion and Bayesian inversion. I am also working on obtaining better teleseismic Green's functions and the associated uncertainty using simulating techniques and empirical Green's functions.