Our EGG group is dedicated to improving the physical imaging of near-surface geology structure and its physical properties using quantitative geophysical methods (seismic and ground-penetrating radar).
Current projects include:
- Imaging sequestrated CO2
- Fiber-optic for environment senseing (FORESEE)
- Seismic wave attenuation & Q full waveform inversion
- Micro-earthquake source imaging and tracking
I am a geophysicist who pushes the resolution limit of geophysics data including seismic and GPR for studying near surface geology associated with environmental and energy problems (e.g. near surface geology, geohazards, and CO2 sequestration). I am leading a research group Environmental Geophysics Group (EGG) at Penn State Geosciences.