- Graduate Student
- MS, Geotechnical and Earthquake Engineering, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), 2016
- BS, Geology, University of Barcelona (UB), 2014
I am a graduate student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, building my knowledge in geology, flow in porous media, geomechanics and seismology. My goal is to apply it for improving integrated approaches for complex problems in geologic media. During my PhD, I will be working on CO2 storage, focusing on the following two areas: (1) Flow and geomechanical modeling for quantifying potential impacts of fault zones. In particular, fluid migration and/or induced seismicity. (2) Hazard/Risk assessment. Before joining MIT as a graduate student, I worked on seismic signal analysis of earthquake- and non-earthquake-related processes.
L. Salo, J.Steven Davis, R. Juanes, 2019, "Assessing the Potential for CO2 Migration along Fault Zones during Geologic Carbon Storage: A Computational Model of Offshore-Texas Sedimentary Formations", AGU Fall Meeting
L. Salo, R. Juanes, 2018, "Assessing Fault Leakage Potential during Underground CO2 Storage in the Gulf of Mexico", American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2018
L. Salo, J. Corominas, N. Lantada, G. Matas, A. Prades, R. Ruiz-Carulla, 2018, "Seismic energy analysis as generated by impact and fragmentation of single-block experimental rockfalls", Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface
L. Salo, T. Frontera, X. Goula, L.G. Pujades, A. Ledesma, 2017, "Earthquake static stress transfer in the 2013 Gulf of Valencia (Spain) seismic sequence", Solid Earth, 8, 857 - 882