My research interest lie in multi-cycle earthquake rupture simulations, under conditions of fault roughness in various stress regimes. During the past few years, I’ve been involved in research projects on seismic hazard assessment and precursory earthquake phenomena, recognizing the necessity and importance of assessing potential seismic risks.
For my Ph.D. I am planning to conduct research applying a multivariate approach, using statistical tools, observational data, and numerical simulations to gain insight on the dynamical processes that prepare faults for rupture and govern the earthquake cycle.
I am also interested in the scale invariance of earthquake events and seismic fault populations, as well as the physical processes determining the transition from the micro-scale phenomena governed by friction to the rupture propagation and the genesis of earthquake events.
2020, KAUST Fellowship MSc/PhD.
2020, University of Athens, GAG, Honors for ranked 1st among graduated MSc. students