Alice-Agnes Gabriel 

Associate Professor of Geophysics

Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, CA

Guest Professor of Earthquake Physics
LMU Munich, Germany

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Research interests 

I am a seismologist combining simulations, routinely utilizing the largest supercomputers worldwide, with data-driven techniques and theoretical analysis to tackle one of the grand challenges of seismology: uncovering the physical mechanisms relevant to understanding earthquakes. My group’s research bridges space-time scales as well as disciplines within Geophysics, Computer Science and Applied Mathematics. We aim to harness the full breadth of Earth observations integrated with novel modeling approaches and study a range of geophysical problems with multi-physics character such as earthquake-tsunami interaction. 

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New preprint on the 2024 New Year Noto Peninsula, Japan, earthquake and tsunami 

"Rapid earthquake-tsunami modeling: The multi-event, multi-segment complexity of the 2024 Mw 7.5 Noto Peninsula Earthquake governs tsunami generation" by Kutschera et al.
https://t.co/fhL5JEP9Gj 

EOS Editor's highlight for Li & Gabriel, AGU Advances, 2024


Forecasting Earthquake Ruptures from Slow Slip Evolution: A new generation of physics-based models that integrate temporal slip evolution over decades to seconds opens new possibilities for understanding how large subduction zone earthquakes occur.
https://eos.org/editor-highlights/forecasting-earthquake-ruptures-from-slow-slip-evolution

EOS Editor's highlight for Palgunadi et al., JGR Solid Earth, 2024

How Earthquakes Grow from a Tiny Fracture to a Catastrophic Event.
https://eos.org/editor-highlights/how-earthquakes-grow-from-a-tiny-fracture-to-a-catastrophic-event