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I recently received my PhD in geophysics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) co-advised by Prof. Robert van der Hilst and Prof. Michel Campillo. During my PhD, I stayed at Institut des Sciences de la Terre (ISTerre) for about two years working with the Waves & Structures group. I will be joining Stanford University soon as a Thompson Postdoctoral Fellow.
I aim to better understand the physical mechanisms of time-varying processes in the Earth's shallow subsurface, related to hydrologic, tidal, tectonic, volcanic and anthropogenic activities. My current research focuses on developing and utilizing seismic interferometry techniques (primarily combining ambient noise interferometry and coda-wave imaging), to monitor the space-time evolution of mechanical properties in the shallow crust.