Tyler Newton

Geophysics and Computational Science @ UO
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Fifth-year doctoral candidate utilizing signal processing, machine learning, and quantitative computational methods to derive insights from data and models. In a broad context, I am interested in using computation and sensors to understand our surroundings. More narrowly, I apply this interest to constrain the stress state in Earth’s crust, to infer the mechanics of earthquakes and landslides, and to extract information from noisy signals.

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Explore my past and current research in seismology and computational science.

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Earthquake Seismology at University of Oregon

We research seismotectonics, fault mechanics, and crustal deformation via observation and modeling.

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