Andreas P. Mavrommatis

I'm currently a data scientist at Intuit. I have a Ph.D. in geophysics from Stanford, where I analyzed high-precision GPS and seismicity data and performed numerical simulations to investigate long-term trends in ground deformation preceding the great 2011 Tohoku, Japan earthquake.

  • June 2017: PhD thesis published
  • Jan. 2016: Received an Outstanding Student Paper Award for my presentation at the 2015 AGU Fall Meeting.
  • Nov. 2015: Published a paper  in Geophysical Research Letters reporting independent confirmation of our previous result of long-term acceleration of aseismic creep preceding the 2011 Tohoku earthquake.
  • Sept. 2015: SCEC 2015 poster 
  • Sept. 2015: Gave a seminar at the UC Berkeley Seismo Lab
  • July 2015: Gave a seminar  at USGS, Menlo Park
  • Apr. 2015: GRL paper featured as a UNAVCO's Science Snapshot 
  • Mar. 2015: Research featured in Stanford Earth article 
  • Dec. 2014: AGU presentation featured in Stanford News , Real Clear Science , Science Daily , and 
  • Nov. 2014: GRL paper featured as an AGU Eos Research Spotlight 
  • June 2014: Published a paper  in Geophysical Research Letters on a newly discovered decadal-scale deformation transient prior to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake
  • May 2012: Received a three-year Stanford Graduate Fellowship