Professor, Université Joseph Fourier, France
I work at Joseph Fourier Universite in Grenoble. I am a co-supervisor for the FlowTrans Early Stage Researchers.
Our FlowTrans research will investigate the interplay between creep/aseismic deformation, earthquakes and fluids and fault zones mechanical properties, with a special emphasis on the North Anatolian fault zone in Turkey.
My research interests include strain/displacement compatibility of folded and faulted structures, balanced techniques, and time and space scaling. I am also involved in investigating the mechanisms of deformation of the upper crust, from the analysis of natural structures to experimental approaches (such as compaction, reactive fluid flow, indenting) and the application to the interactions between creep and rupture processes.
My general interests include the vulgarization of science – such as setting up a museum hall and geological paths.