Welcome to Shujuan's Webpage!
I am currently a Thompson Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Geophysics at Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability.
I aim to better understand the physical mechanisms of various time-varying processes in the Earth's shallow subsurface, associated with groundwater fluctuations, geothermal energy production, Oil & Gas operations, and CO₂ geological sequestration. My current research focuses on developing and utilizing 4D (space-time) seismic interferometry techniques to monitor the evolution of subsurface fluids. I'm also interested in integrating seismological observations with other types of geophysical data, to provide a comprehensive 4D characterization of 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 PhD, I stayed at ISTerre (Grenoble, France) for about two years working with the seismic ambient noise group.