I am a NERC Independent Research Fellow and I study active volcanic and tectonic processes at plate margins. In 2018 I am starting a project to study magma/water interaction in the oceanic lithosphere integrating geophysical imaging, rock physics, and laboratory experiments.
Expertise: Marine Geophysics, Tectonics, Volcano seismology, Seismic Tomography
Short bio. After graduating in Physics of the Earth and Environment from the University of Trieste (Italy), I obtained a PhD in Marine Geophysics at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton (UK). This was followed by three years as a PostDoc at The University of Oxford working on a NERC-funded project to study seamount subduction. From January 2014 to October 2016 I was based at Géoazur (Nice, France) supported by an AXA Postdoctoral Fellowship.
2020 PhD opportunities:
Paulatto et al. (2019), Vertically Extensive Magma Reservoir Revealed From Joint Inversion and Quantitative Interpretation of Seismic and Gravity Data, JGR, doi: 10.1029/2019JB018476.
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et al., Vertically extensive magma reservoir revealed from joint inversion and quantitative interpretation of seismic and gravity data, Journal of Geophysical Research. Solid Earth, ISSN:2169-9356
et al., 2019, Tectonism and Its Relation to Magmatism Around Santorini Volcano From Upper Crustal P Wave Velocity, Journal of Geophysical Research-solid Earth, ISSN:2169-9313
et al., 2019, Ridge subduction and afterslip control aftershock distribution of the 2016 Mw 7.8 Ecuador earthquake, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol:520, ISSN:0012-821X, Pages:63-76
et al., 2019, Corrigendum to “Seismic imaging of Santorini: Subsurface constraints on caldera collapse and present-day magma recharge” [Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 514 (2019) 48–61], Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol:515, ISSN:0012-821X, Pages:291-291
et al., 2019, Seismic imaging of Santorini: Subsurface constraints on caldera collapse and present-day magma recharge, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol:514, ISSN:0012-821X, Pages:48-61