Campus Azur CNRS
250 Rue Albert Einstein
06560 Valbonne, France
Office : 225
ragon (at) geoazur.unice.fr
I am a PhD candidate at Géoazur, Université Côte d'Azur. I am particularly interested in earthquakes and faults behavior.
My current research focus on source estimation problems. I try to understand better what is inferred by seismic source inversions and what are the uncertainties of retrieved parameters.
December 2017: I will present my work at the AGU Fall Meeting.
November 2017: I will give a talk at the G2 meeting, Nice, Fr
October 2017: I will present my work at the Cargèse School on Earthquakes, Corsica
June 2017: I took part to the 2017 Crustal Deformation Modeling Workshop in Golden, CO
June 2017: I was visitor at Caltech's GPS for one month
April 2017: I took part to the 3 minutes thesis competition. More info here!
December 2016: I presented my work at the AGU Fall Meeting.
March 2016: Beginning of my 3 years PhD at Géoazur!