Quentin Bletery

Chargé de recherche, IRD - Géoazur

Campus Azur CNRS, Office 217

250 rue Albert Einstein, 06560 Valbonne, France

e-mail : bletery@geoazur.unice.fr

phone : (+33) 4 83 61 86 64

I am an IRD researcher working in the earthquake team of the Géoazur laboratory, the Earth Science department of Université Côte d'Azur.

My research interests include imaging the rupture of large earthquakes, studying slow slip phenomena along large faults and relating earthquake ruptures to fault properties. Here are some highlights on past studies :

Tohoku earthquake Sumatra earthquake Tsunami generation Mega-earthquakes

Rupture threshold Slow slip Merging of Slow slip Anatolia coupling

My most recent interest is the use of Machine Learning algorithms to detect low-amplitude early signals in seismograms. Here are some articles describing some of my ongoing projects (in french):

Ça m'intéresse Science & Vie IRD Le mag' UCA

I am always looking for good students and postdocs. Don't hesitate to contact me if you are interested in earthquake problems as I or another member of our team might have funding opportunities.