I am working as a scientific researcher in the Earthquake Hazard and Risk Assessment team of SED since August 2019.
My work at the SED concerns the investigation of site-effects, implementation and operation of seismic risk model at a city scale for Basel, Switzerland. My research interest is focused on the assessment of spatial variation of seismic ground motion in the active and near source regions by means of seismic data analysis and numerical simulation. My activities also include seismic risk evaluation, site-effects and microzonation studies, and vulnerability assessment of buildings.
September 2015 – July 2019: Researcher. Seismic and Volcanic Risks Team | French Geological Survey (BRGM) | Orléans, France
December 2014 – August 2015: Postdoctoral Researcher. Institute of Earth Sciences (ISTerre) | Grenoble, France
September 2011 – November 2014: Doctoral Researcher. Institute of Earth Sciences (ISTerre) | Grenoble, France
January 2015: Doctorate in Engineering Seismology. Grenoble Alpes University, France. Thesis title: Seismic wave field, spatial variability and coherency of ground motion over short distances: near source and alluvial valley effects. Advisor: Prof. Pierre-Yves Bard
July 2011: Master in Engineering Seismology. Grenoble Alpes University, France