Research Interests

Observational studies of earthquakes and faults are limited by our general inability to extract information from seismic datasets at scale. My research program directly addresses these challenges by incorporating technology from artificial intelligence, signal processing, and statistics to gain new insights into these complex phenomena. My work aims to facilitate high-resolution imaging of fault zones; connections between structural properties of faults and the earthquake source process; and a better understanding of the physics governing the evolution of seismicity in space and time.