Research focuses on exploring the physical processes
of large earthquakes with various modern geophysical observations,
such as broadband seismograms, high-rate GPS, and radar interferometry.
Current research interests:
Developing real-time finite fault inversion systems
to quickly evaluate the catastrophic tragedies caused by
large shallow earthquakes in regional and teleseismic distances.
Globally surveying the seismic nucleation phases of great earthquakes
Analyzing the uncertainties associated with the source models
of large earthquakes
Capturing the "early" post-seismic deformation following
the large earthquakes by joint inverting the
seismic and geodetic data
Model III of the Mar 11, 2011 Mw 9.1 Honshu Earthquake
A maximum slip of almost 50 meters (165 feet)
occurred on the fault accompanying the Japan earthquake.
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