TLDR bio: I solve scientific problems using data, computer programs, and AI.
Technical bio: I utilize and develop quantitative techniques and computational tools to derive insights from data and models. In a broad context, I am interested in solving data-driven problems with software and sensors. My recent research comprises:
- constraining the stress state in Earth’s crust at enigmatic depths by inverting slow-earthquake slip vectors
- inferring landslide mechanics via microseismic events from machine learning-based automated time series signal detection and association techniques, event locations, and source analysis
- constraining vertical land motion in coastal Washington via multi-methods interpolation
- inventing a hardware interface with nodal seismic sensors to improve sensor alignment
- automating object detection, classification, and shape parametrization of volcanics images via computer vision techniques