Jeroen Tromp joined the Department of Geosciences in July 2008 as Blair Professor of Geology and Professor of Applied & Computational Mathematics. He comes from the California Institute of Technology, where he was the Director of the Seismological Laboratory and McMillan Professor of Geophysics. From 1992 to 2000, he was a faculty member of the Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences at Harvard University. His Ph.D. (1992) and M.S. (1990) in Geophysics are from Princeton University, and he received his B.Sc. (1988) in Geophysics from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands, of which he is a native.
Tromp’s primary research areas are in Theoretical & Computational Seismology. Research topics include: surface waves, free oscillations, body waves, seismic tomography, numerical simulations of 3-D wave propagation, and seismic hazard assessment. In collaboration with the late Princeton Geosciences faculty member Tony Dahlen he published the book Theoretical Global Seismology.
Dmitry joined Jeroen Tromp’s group as a postdoctoral research associate in January 2015. He received a Ph.D. (2014) in geophysics from IPGP (France) under the supervision of Pr. Satish Singh, while studying 3D elastic Full Waveform Inversion using Finite-Difference Injection Method. Dmitry holds M.Sc. (2010) in reservoir engineering from ENSG (France) and B.S. (2007) in geophysics from Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia). His primary research area is in Exploration Seismology, including wave propagation, imaging and inverse problems.
Collaborations: Jeroen Tromp, Matthieu Lefebvre, Hom Nath Gharti, Satish Singh (IPGP), and Nobuaki Fuji (IPGP).
Matthieu joined Jeroen Tromp’s group as a postdoctoral research associate in January 2013. He received a Ph.D. in mathematics from University Paris Nord, in France, under the supervision of Pr. Claude Basdevant, while studying how to accelerate computational fluid dynamics algorithms on GPU at ONERA. Matthieu holds a Ms. Sc. in computer sciences from ENSEIRB Bordeaux, France, with a specialization in high performance computing.
His researches focus on how to accelerate science, in particular, numerical simulations on hardware architectures at the cutting edge of technology.
Collaborations: Wenjie Lei, Herurisa Rusmanugroho, James Smith, and Jeroen Tromp.
Hom Gharti joined Jeroen Tromp's group as a postdoctoral research associate starting in January 2012. Gharti received a Ph.D. in geophysics from the University of Oslo and NORSAR, Norway, and a M.Sc. in earthquake engineering from University of Tokyo, Japan. Gharti holds a B.E. degree in civil engineering from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. His primary research interests include computational (geo)mechanics including glacial rebound, wave propagation, inverse problems, and microseismicity.
Collaborations: Daniel Peter, Ebru Bozdag, Hejun Zhu, Yang Luo, and Jeroen Tromp.
Youyi joined Jeroen Tromp's group as a postdoctoral research associate in September 2014. Ruan was a postdoctoral fellow at Brown University (09/2012-09/2014) before joining Tromp's group. He received his Ph.D. (2012) in Geophysics from Virginia Tech, his M.S. (2007) in Geophysics from the University of Science and Technology of China, and his B.S. (2003) in Physics from Hubei University in China. His primary research interests are computational seismology, finite-frequency tomography, ambient noise tomography, marine geophysics, anelastic earth structures.
Collaborations: James Smith, Wenjie Lei, and Jeroen Tromp. Outside Princeton are Christina Morency (LLNL) and Donald Forsyth (Brown).
Heru joined Jeroen Tromp’s group as a postdoctoral research associate in January 2013. He received his Ph.D. (2011) in Geosciences from the University of Texas at Dallas. He received his M.Sc. (2005) and B.Sc. (2003) in Geophysics from Institute of Technology Bandung, Indonesia.
His primary research area is in Exploration Seismology including wave propagation, imaging, and inverse problems. During his Ph.D., he researched anisotropic 3D, 9-C seismic modeling and inversion, under the supervision of George McMechan.
Collaborations: Matthieu Lefebvre, Ryan Modrak, and Jeroen Tromp.
Hsin-Ying is currently (2014) a visiting student research collaborator with Jeroen Tromp's group. She joined in April 2013 as a postdoctoral research associate, yet now works abroad. Yang received her Ph.D. in Geosciences from National Taiwan University in 2012. Her primary research interest is using seismic waves to study the interior of the earth from various aspects, including development of measurement method and multi-scale inversions. During her Ph.D., Hsin-Ying focused on normal-mode summation and surface-wave tomography for southern Taiwan, under the supervision of Prof. Li Zhao and Prof. Shu-Huei Hung. She is currently working on imaging seismic structures at global scales by using mode data.
Collaborations: Harriet Lau (Harvard), Hom Nath Gharti, Jessica Irving, and Jeroen Tromp.
Wenjie is a graduate student at the Department of Geosciences, Princeton University. He joined Prof. Jeroen Tromp's group in 2012. Wenjie has studied at the University of Science and Technology of China from 2008, and obtained his B.S. degree in Geophysics in 2012. His primary research interests include global seismology, tomography, and seismic wavefield simulation.
Collaborations: Jeroen Tromp, Ebru Bozdag, James Smith, Hejun Zhu.
Ryan has been a graduate student in Jeroen Tromp’s group since Fall 2010. Prior to joining Princeton, he received B.Sc. degrees from Penn State University in math and geosciences and worked at Los Alamos Laboratory. His research interests include optimization and data inversion applied to both seismology and exploration geophysics. He is currently working in seismic interferometry / noise tomography and has worked in the past on joint inversion and event location problems.
Collaborations: Jeroen Tromp, Yang Luo (Tromp group), Hejun Zhu (Tromp group), Daniel Peter (Tromp group), Monica Maceira (Los Alamos), and Stephen Arrowsmith (Los Alamos).
James is a graduate student in the Department of Geosciences. He joined Jeroen Tromp's group in August 2012. James received a B.S. in geosciences from Colorado State University and a B.A. in mathematics from Knox College. His research interests are in seismic imaging and inverse problems. He is currently working with Ebru Bozdag and Jeroen Tromp on the global tomographic model.
Collaborations: Jeroen Tromp, Ebru Bozdag, Wenjie Lei, Derek Schutt (CSU)
|Theoretical & Computational Research Group (ca. 2011-2012), (left to right) Daniel Peter, Ebru Bozdag, Yang Luo, Shravan Hanasoge, Prof. Jeroen Tromp, Cédric Vonesch, Ryan Modrak and Hejun Zhu.|
|Theoretical & Computational Research Group (ca. 2009-2010), (left to right) Tarje Nissen-Meyer, Prof. Jeroen Tromp, Daniel Peter, Christina Morency, Yang Luo and Hejun Zhu.|
Former Postdoctoral Scholars:
Richard Allen, Berkeley
Juliette Artru, CNES
Emanuele Casarotti, INGV, Rome
Dimitri Komatitsch, CNRS, Marseille
Ebru Bozdag, Assistant Professor, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis
Swaminathan Krishnan, Caltech
Carene Larmat, LANL
Konstantin Latychev (with Prof. Jerry Mitrovica), Toronto University
Hong Ma (with Prof. Adam Dziewonski), Bank Boston
Alessia Maggi, University of Strasbourg
Christina Morency, LLNL
Tarje Nissen-Meyer, ETH, Zürich
Daniel Peter, ETH, Zürich
Anne Sieminski (with Prof. Jeannot Trampert), University of Grenoble
Christiane Stidham (with Prof. John Shaw), SUNY
Peter Süss (with Prof. John Shaw), unknown
Mark Tamisiea (with Prof. Jerry Mitrovica), Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory
Cédric Vonesch, University of Lausanne
Zheng Wang, unknown
Ying Zhou, Virginia Tech
Former Graduate Students:
Min Chen, Rice University
Vala Hjórleifsdóttir, UNAM, Mexico
Miaki Ishii (with Prof. Adam Dziewonski), Harvard
YoungHee Kim (with Prof. Rob Clayton), Seoul University
Qinya Liu, University of Toronto
Yang Luo, Chevron
Carl Tape, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Hejun Zhu, University of Texas, Austin
Former Visitors and Friends:
Rafael Abreu, Andalusian Institute of Geophysics
Huub Douma, ION Geophysical
Karolin F. Elcomert, Istanbul Technical University
Irene Molinari, University of Bologna
Federica Magnoni, University of Bologna
Matthias A. Meschede, LMU München