Baptiste Gombert

PhD in Geophysics

I am a Postdoctoral Research Assistant at the department of Earth Sciences of the University of Oxford, UK

My research focuses on

  • The probabilistic study of large earthquakes (e.g. Landers 1992, Pedernales 2016, Tehuantepec 2017, Halabja 2017,...)


  • How slow slip events nucleate, grow, propagate, and stop.

CONTACT

email: baptiste.gombert@earth.ox.ac.uk

address:

Office 40.03
Department of Earth Sciences 
South Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3AN, UK

ORCID: https://goo.gl/jM7gEQ

Google Scholar: https://goo.gl/4cNvJq

Twitter: @BaptisteGomb

My (old) institutional webpage can be accessed here

Latest news:

  • July 2018: Our paper on the stochastic analysis of the Ecuadorian Subduction zone has been accepted in EPSL. Available at this link
  • May 2018: I started a Postdoctoral Research Assistant job at the University of Oxford
  • April 2018: Our paper on the stochastic analysis of the Ecuadorian Subduction zone has been submitted. A preprint is available here on EarthArXiv
  • April 2018: Zacharie Duputel will be presenting our work on the strain buget of the Ecuador-Colombia subduction zone at the EGU General Assembly in Vienna (abstract here)
  • March 2018: I defended my PhD! The final manuscript is available at this link
  • December 2017: I am coming to AGU Fall Meeting with a busy schedule! I will be giving an invited talk on our study of the 1992 Landers earthquake (abstract) and present two posters on the 2016 Pedernales earthquake (abstract) and the 2017 Tehuantepec earthquake (abstract)
  • October 2017: Our paper revisiting the 1992 Landers earthquake slip model and shallow slip deficit has been accepted in Geophysical Journal International. (PDF and doi)