Hsin-Hua Huang (黃信樺)
Postdoctoral Fellow
Joint appointment of California Institute of Technology and University of Utah
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Contact info
Address: 1200 E. California Blvd., MS 252-21 Pasadena, CA 91125-2100, US
Office: R207
Phone: +1-626-395-3801
E-mail: hhhuang@caltech.edu / HsinHua.Huang@utah.edu


Research interests
      My interests lie mainly in exploring various tectonic problems seismologically and gaining better understanding of 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. One of my recent focuses is on improving seismic imaging from the shallow crust to the upper mantle with multi-dataset joint inversion and waveform methods. In the meantime, I am also working on seismic interferometry to extracting new body-wave data set from earthquake coda and probing the deep Earth. In addition, I am interested in earthquake physics, hazard mitigation, and various signal analyses. My works can be summarized in some aspects as below. To whom might be interested, please click on the individual links below for more details:
Worked aspects:
Seismic tomography and multi-dataset joint inversion
Earthquake hazard mitigation
Regional tectonics and kinematic reconstruction
Unusual earthquake sequence and its tectonic implications
> Full waveform inversion and modeling
> Body-wave seismic interferometry
> Source properties and rupture behavior
> Planetary seismology