Tyler Newton

Geophysics and Computational Science @ UO
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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 problems with software and sensors. Recent research comprises constraining the stress state in Earth’s crust, inferring the mechanics of earthquakes and landslides, and extracting information from noisy signals.

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Research Summary

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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