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!
Big congrats to co-author Yingping Lu (research master’s in data science, class of 2020) on our paper on seismicity in Western Africa. We explore a wide array of geophysical datasets collaborating with experts in structural geology, aeromagnetics (Dr. Kolawole &
Evan’s first paper has been accepted for publication by JGR, Solid Earth. His paper addresses a fundamental question in submarine seismic imaging using high-frequency body waves. He has figured out how to silence the singing of sediments that make the
A big congratulations to our students: Siyu and Evan who just received news that they have both been selected to receive the Seismology Society of America’s (SSA) student travel award. Evan has also been awarded the graduate student association’s travel
Ph.D. student, Evan Zhang, caps a successful year by submitting his first manuscript to JGR solid Earth. See the preprint here: https://doi.org/10.1002/essoar.10505500.1 Excited for 2020. Last year was great. Looking forward to the new year. Some highlights below: 1) @EvanZHANG4
URSeismo wins grant (@NSFEager) to develop content for flipped lectures in an era of virtual learning and online research collaboration, there is a growing need for engaging, high-quality, digital resources (static and dynamic) that support synchronous/asynchronous learning and enable productive
Congrats to @tolumorayo on the https://t.co/OqumoD4wfs Award. According to Kessler, Chair of EES “Tolu’s group is developing HPC capabilities & currently operates a low-cost, ground vibration detector network it intends to use for field research on the western African continent”