Center for Imaging the Earth's Interior
University of Colorado at Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309-0390
Phone: (303) 735-1850
FAX: (303) 492-7935
Theoretical, computational and observational seismology; seismic tomography; seismic wave propagation in heterogeneous media; random seismic wavefields; seismic surface waves; structure of the Earth’s interior; interpretation of seismic tomographic models; regional seismic phases; CTBT monitoring; seismic source; site effects; application of numerical modeling.
Habilitation ą Diriger des Recherches, (Seismology) Université de Grenoble, France, 2004
Ph.D., (Seismology) Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France, 1996
B.S. & M.S., (Physics) Institute of Physics and Technology of Moscow, 1991
2003-present Lecturer, Center for Imaging the Earth's Interior, Department of Physics, University of Colorado at Boulder
2000-2003 Research Associate, Center for Imaging the Earth's Interior, Department of Physics, University of Colorado at Boulder
1999-2000 Assistant Professor, Instituto de Geofísica, UNAM, Mexico
1997-1999 Post-Doctoral Fellow, Instituto de Geofísica, UNAM, Mexico
1992-1993 Research Fellow, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France
1991-1993 Research Fellow, Institute of Mathematical Geophysics, Moscow, Russia
1990-1991 Research Fellow, Institute of Spectroscopy, Moscow, Russia
Teaching of graduate classes at UNAM, Mexico and at University of Colorado at Boulder
Arturo Iglesias-Mendoza, undergraduate geophysics student, UNAM, Mexico, 1999-2000.
Victor Manuel Cruz Atienza, undergraduate geophysics student, UNAM, Mexico, 1999-2000.
Garrett Leahy, undergraduate physics student, CU Boulder, 2001-2002.
William Landuyt, undergraduate physics student, CU Boulder, 2001-2002.
Brian Laughman, graduate physics student, CU Boulder, 2002-2003.
Daniel Smith, undergraduate physics student, CU Boulder, 2003-present.
Laurent Stehly, graduate geophysics student, UJF Grenoble, 2004-present
Fluent in English, French, Spanish, and Russian.
Member of the Antarctic Seismic Array working group.
Co-PI, “Collaborative Research, Active Tectonics at the Aleutian-Kamchatka Corner: A Lithospheric Perspective”, National Science Foundation, $59,790, 05/01/02 - 04/30/04.
Co-PI, “Modeling the Middle American Lithosphere: Illuminating the Enigma of Cocos Plate Subduction”, National Science Foundation, $60,000, 08/01/02 - 07/31/04.
Co-PI, “Refinements and Interpretation of Images of the Antarctic Crust and Upper Mantle”, National Science Foundation, $242,215, 07/01/02 - 06/30/05.
Co-PI, "Structure of the Tibetan Crust and Upper Mantle and Its Geodynamic Implications", National Science foundation, $239,053, 01/01/04-12/31/06.
Co-PI, "Seismic and Geodynamic Investigation of the Interaction Between the Oceanic Lithosphere and Upper Mantle", National Science foundation, $230,318, 07/01/04-06/31/07.
Pr. Michel Campillo, UniversitŹ Joseph Foureir, Grenoble, France
Jean-Claude Mareschal, University of Montreal, Canada; Claude Jaupart, Institut de Physique de Globe, Paris, France; Shijie Zhong, University of Colorado; Bob Engdahl, University of Colorado; Peter Molnar, University of Colorado; Jeffrey Park Yale University; Vadim Levin, Rutgers University; Michel Campillo, Ludovic Margerin, and Bart van Tiggelen, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, France; Kim Olsen, University of California, Santa Barbara; Shri Krishna Singh and Javier Pacheco, UNAM, Mexico; K. McLaughlin, I. Bondár, and J. Bhattacharyya, SAIC.