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Assistant Professor Hsin-Hua Huang

My interests lie primarily in exploring various tectonic problems seismologically and gaining better understanding of multi-scale Earth structure from shallow to deep, which includes a wide range of topics such as regional structural kinematics, unusual earthquake sequences, mountain building process, 3-D slab interaction, volcanic plumbing system, and inner core structure. My main technical focus is on improving seismic imaging through multi-dataset joint inversion, waveform inversion, and body-wave seismic interferometry. In the meantime, I also work on earthquake rupture directivity and time-lapse environmental monitoring for earthquake and landslide hazard mitigation.

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  • Position: Assistant Professor
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Tel: (02)2783-9910, 1504
  • Field:
    > Seismic tomography and multi-dataset joint inversion
    > Earthquake hazard mitigation
    > Seismotectonics and regional tectonic reconstruction
    > Unusual earthquake sequence and its tectonic implications
    > Full waveform inversion and modeling
    > Body-wave seismic interferometry
    > Source properties and rupture behavior
    > Time-lapse environmental monitoring

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