My main area of expertise is in the application of physics-based models to help understand the processes controlling the dynamics of active volcanoes, with a view to help improve eruption forecasting capabilities.My research focuses mainly on employing numerical modelling methods to analyse and interpret volcano deformation during episodes of volcanic unrest, including the incorporation of other multidisciplinary datasets (geological and geophysical). The obtained results are used to estimate the rate, timing, mechanism, volume and location of magma supply.
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MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS:
Topics include: Algebra, Functions, Trigonometry, Differentiation, Integration, Complex Numbers, Vectors, Matrices, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differentiation, Vector Calculus, Numerical Methods, Probability & Statistics.
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