“Slow-Slip Events in Northern California with 8-Month and 6-Year Periods”, AGU Fall Meeting 2018. American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC, 2018.,
“Latitude Variation for Pluto’s Crater Distribution”, AGU Fall Meeting. American Geophysical Union, 2017.,
- Graduate Student
- Integrated M.Tech in Geophysical Technology from IIT Roorkee, 2011-2016
I am interested in all things pertaining to planets and water. I am using GPS data to study slow slip events in Northern California, and using machine learning to provide more insight into the relationship between episodic slow slip and the tremor that accompanies it. In the past, I have worked on intelligent clustering algorithm for thin-section analysis (Shell Technology Center, Bangalore), protoyping real-time characterization of tsunamigenic sources, habitable zones of stars, crustal deformation of Antarctica, inversion of EM data. Please email me if you would like to talk in more detail about any of my projects, to get a copy of my resumé, or to talk about a potential project!
A. Dwivedi, T. Herring, 2018, "Slow-Slip Events in Northern California with 8-Month and 6-Year Periods", AGU Fall Meeting 2018
A. Dwivedi, R. Binzel, al et, 2017, "Latitude Variation for Pluto’s Crater Distribution", AGU Fall Meeting