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Meng (Matt) Wei

  • PHD
  • Assistant Professor
  • University of Rhode Island
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Research interests

High performance computingEarthquakesFault mechanicsTectonic geodesy

About

The research interests of our group are tectonic geodesy and fault mechanics, with a focus on the physics of earthquake faulting and how faults interact with each other. My main tools are geodetic observations (GPS, InSAR, Strainmeter and Creepmeter) and physics-based numerical simulations (rate-and-state friction). We use high performance computers to run large scale simulations of fault movements, constrained by geophysical and remote sensing data. Main funding sources are the National Science Foundation, the Air Force Research Lab, and the Southern California Earthquake Center.

Followers (1)

  • Stephen Zhu

    Stephen ZhuWuhan University

Publications (5)

  • Location and source characteristics of the 2016 January 6 North Korean nuclear test constrained by InSAR

    • Wei M
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  • Dynamic triggering of creep events in the Salton Trough, Southern California by regional M ≥5.4 earthquakes constrained by geodetic observations and numerical simulations

    • Wei M
    • Liu Y
    • Kaneko Y
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  • The Mw 6.5 offshore Northern California earthquake of 10 January 2010: Ordinary stress drop on a high-strength fault

    • Wei M
    • Mcguire J
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  • Episodic fault creep events in California controlled by shallow frictional heterogeneity

    • Wei M
    • Kaneko Y
    • Liu Y
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  • Triggered Surface Slips in Southern California Associated with the 2010 El Mayor-Cucapah , Baja California , Mexico , Earthquake

    • Rymer M
    • Treiman J
    • Kendrick K
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

University of Rhode Island

September 2016 - Present

Assistant Research Scientist

University of Rhode Island

November 2013 - August 2016(3 years)

Postdoc

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

February 2011 - October 2013(3 years)

Education history

PHD

University of California - San Diego

September 2004 - January 2011(6 years)

BS

Peking University

September 2000 - June 2004(4 years)