Drs. Olugboji (PI) & Baowei Liu (Comp. Scientist) win NSF ACCESS award to construct new maps of Africa’s subsurface using high-performance computing and machine learning. New constraints will help understand Africa’s lithospheric structure, seismicity, tectonics, and interior dynamics.
Our latest research paper, titled “A Short-Period Surface-Wave Dispersion Dataset for Model Assessment of Africa’s Crust: ADAMA”, co-authored by Dr. Tolulope Olugboji and Siyu Xue, an undergraduate research assistant, has just been published in Seismological Research Letters. doi: 10.1785/0220210355
Dr. Tolulope Olugboji gave a virtual talk at McGill University on Oct 22, 2021, titled “The Structure of Oceanic Plates using Machine Learning on Seafloor Vibrations Event”. In this talk, Dr. O described a technique for silencing the singing of
Big congratulations to our new Ph.D. student Jean-Joel who just won the data set grant from UR library to help with studying seismically in Western Africa. Stay tuned for his scientific progress and publications!