Earth’s Interior and Surface

CJiang

Chengxin Jiang

Post-Doctoral Associate
Denolle Group

My research focuses on advancing our understanding of Earth structure through seismic imaging using both ambient noise and earthquake data. With high-accuracy tomography models at both continental and local scales, my research is motivated by questions about tectonic processes at various tectonic settings, including sedimentary basins, fault zones, magmatic systems, and orogens. My other research interest includes using seismic interferometry to monitor subtle changes in basin aquifers and volcanos on societally relevant time scales. 

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Jim Rice Awarded 2018 Mindlin Medal

June 6, 2018

Please join us in congratulating Jim Rice for being awarded the 2018 Mindlin Medal by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).  Quoting from the ASCE website "This medal is named for Raymond D. Mindlin, Ph.D., M.ASCE who was a Professor at Columbia University and who is best known for pioneering contributions to applied mechanics" and is given in "recognition of outstanding research contributions to applied solid mechanics". Another...

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2018 May 09

Adam Holt, MIT

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

Geological Museum Room 204

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