Thanh-Son Pham

Pham Thanh Son
PhD Student
Jaeger Building 2, Room 238
 +61 44 980 1009

Profile

Qualifications

BSc of Engineering in Applied Mathematics and Informatics, HUST, Vietnam 2013

Biography

My native name is Phạm Thành Sơn.

I have background in Applied Mathematics and computational skills (as a software developer). In ICTP Trieste, I did an intensive coursework program in Geophysics and decided to pursue a career in Global Seismology.

Now, I am a student working under the supervison of As/Prof Hrvoje Tkalcic. My PhD subject involves autocorrelation and crosscorrelation techniques to analyze seismic waveforms for crustal imaging and studying deep the Earth structures.

Research

Research interests

  • Autocorrelation technique in crustal imaging 
  • Planetary-scale crosscorrelation 
  • Full waveform simulation 
  • Computational seismology

Publications

Peer reviewed papers

  1. Pham T.-S. and H. Tkalcic, On the feasibility and use of teleseismic P-wave coda autocorrelation for mapping shallow seismic discontinuities, J. Geophys. Res., 122, doi:10.1002/2017JB013975, 2017.

Conference abstracts

  1. Pham T.-S., H. Tkalcic and M. Sambridge (2017). S33D-07: Interferometric Seismic Sources on the Core Mantle Boundary Revealed by Seismic Coda Crosscorrelation, AGU Fall Meeting, Dec 11-15, New Orleans, USA. 
  2. Tkalcic H., Pham T.-S. and M. Sambridge (2017). S43G-05: Earth’s Multiple Reverberations From Global Seismic Interferometry Provide new Constraints on the Earth’s Internal Structure, AGU Fall Meeting, Dec 11-15, New Orleans, USA. 
  3. Pham T.-S., H. Tkalcic, (2017). On the feasibility and use of teleseismic P-wave coda autocorrelation for mapping shallow seismic discontinuities, IAG-IASPEI Meeting, Jul 30 - Aug 4, Kobe, Japan. 
  4. Pham T.-S., H. Tkalcic and M. Sambridge (2017). Toward probing the deep Earth's interior using spiral-arm arrays and principles of seismic interferometry, IAG-IASPEI Meeting, Jul 30 - Aug 4, Kobe, Japan. 
  5. Tauzin B., T.-S. Pham, H. Tkalcic, (2017). Illuminating the Cascadia forearc and Mendocino Triple Junction system from seismic interferometry, IAG-IASPEI Meeting, Jul 30 - Aug 4, Kobe, Japan. 
  6. Pham T.-S., H. Tkalcic, B.L.N. Kennett and M. Sambridge (2016). Teleseismic interferometry in studying shallow subsurface structures: Detection of interfaces beneath Antarctic stations, The 11th Asian Seismological Commission General Assembly, Nov 25-27, Melbourne, Australia.

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