My name is Baptiste Rousset. I work as a postdoctoral scholar at UC Berkeley. I did my Ph.D. at the University Grenoble Alpes in Geophysics after earing a B.S. and a M.S. from ENS in Paris.
My research aims at understanding the deformation of the Earth's crust on decadal time scales. I mainly use geodetic observations and mechanical models. I am particularly interested in the dynamics of aseismic slip on faults and its interactions with earthquakes. I have been involved in projects in Mexico, Taiwan, Turkey and California.
My research at AGU 2017 in New Orleans:
B. Rousset and R. Bürgmann, Searching for geodetic transient slip signals along the Parkfield segment of the San Andreas Fault, Poster Session T21A-0543, Tuesday morning
B. Rousset, M. Campillo, C. Lasserre, W. Frank, N. Cotte, A. Walpersdorf, A. Socquet and V. Kostoglodov, A geodetic matched-filter search for slow slip with application to the Mexico subduction zone, Oral Session G41A-06, Thursday 09:15 AM, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center - 222
W. Frank, B. Rousset, C. Lasserre and M. Campillo, Revealing the cascade of slow transients behind a large slow slip event, Poster Session S41C-0774, Thursday morning
M. Saillard, L. Audin, B. Rousset, J-P. Avouac, M. Chlieh, S.R. Hall, L. Husson and D. Farber, From the seismic cycle to long-term deformation: linking seismic coupling and Quaternary coastal geomorphology along the Andean megathrust, Poster Session S53C-0719, Friday afternoon
Our paper on the geodetic matched-filter search for slow slip with applications on the Mexico subduction zone has been published in JGR. See the publication page.
I have started a postdoc at UC Berkeley in Roland Bürgmann's active tectonic research group.
- About me -
Postdoctoral Scholar in Geophysics
University of California
Department of Earth and Planetary Science
215 McCone Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-4767