Welcome to my research webpage!

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.

Latest News
- June 2018 -
The paper explaining the initiative led by our Japanese colleagues to build a slow earthquake database has been published in SRL. See the publication page and consider adding your catalog to the database if your work involves tremor and slow slip event detections.

- May 2018 -
Our paper revealing the cluster of slow transients behind a large slow slip event has been published in Science Advances. See the publication page.

- March 2018 -

Come to see my poster at the UNAVCO meeting in boulder:

B. Rousset and R. Bürgmann, The Geodetic signature of slow slip events in the roots of the San Andreas Fault

- December 2017 -

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

- August 2017 -

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.

- April 2017 -

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 Berkeley

Earth and Planetary Sciences Department

Seismology Laboratory

Active Tectonics Research Group

University of California
Department of Earth and Planetary Science
215 McCone Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-4767