Haiyang Kehoe

About Me

Earthquakes generate seismic waves that are recorded by seismometers distributed across Earth's surface. I use these recordings (and a bit of computer code) to study how earthquakes rupture in space and time. I recently defended my PhD at the University of Arizona, where I worked with Eric Kiser imaging the source processes of earthquakes with the back-projection method, revealing the physical mechanisms that govern earthquakes and informing the evaluation of associated hazards.


Curriculum Vitae