My research interest is the exploration of seismic source processes. The main body of my dissertation work focuses on the understanding of source processes and associated uncertainties for explosions and earthquakes. I am also interested in ground motion simulations for earthquake hazard assessments.
Honors and Awards
- 2010-2011 Tocher and Byerly Graduate Student Fellowship, UC Berkeley
Selected (Recent) Publications
Chiang, A., D.S. Dreger, S.R. Ford and W.R. Walter (2014). Source characterization of underground explosions from combined regional moment tensor and first motion analysis.