About me

Hi there! I am a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow based in the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Bristol.

I study earthquakes generated by volcanic, magmatic and other natural processes. I focus mainly on the development of modern data-driven methods to detect and characterise earthquakes at volcanoes and in other seismically active regions, with the aim of better understanding subsurface processes and improving monitoring capabilities.

Recent published work includes characterisation of volcano-seismic phenomena using the continuous wavelet transform, earthquake phase arrival detection at volcanoes using deep learning, and analysis of deep seismicity associated with continental rifts. Other ongoing work includes machine learning processing methods for distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) applications, regularised regression techniques for attenuation and source parameter estimation, and automation of routine earthquake processing tasks (e.g., magnitude estimation and first motion polarity picking) for large seismic catalogues.

Please check out my Publications page for further details. You can also find information on my publications and research through my Google Scholar and university profile pages. Some examples, tutorials and code are available on my GitHub.