Welcome to Shujuan's Webpage!
I am currently a Thompson Postdoctoral Fellow in the Geophysics Department at Stanford University.
I aim to better understand the physical mechanisms of various processes in the Earth's shallow subsurface, associated with hydrologic, tectonic, volcanic and anthropogenic activities. My current research focuses on developing and utilizing seismic interferometry techniques to monitor the space-time evolution of seismic velocity. I'm also interested in integrating the seismological approach with other geophysical tools, to provide a comprehensive 4-D characterization for near-surface systems.
Prior to starting at Stanford, I received a B.S. degree from Peking University (2015) and a Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2021), both in geophysics. During my Ph.D., I stayed at Institut des Sciences de la Terre for about two years working with the seismic ambient noise group.