Research Assistant (2016)
Harvard Seismology Group
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Research InterestsI am passionate about reducing damage caused by earthquakes, because I was born in Japan where earthquake directly impacts on people's lives.
My research uses statistical and computational methods to identify patterns from large seismic data to obtain insights on seismic activities. After experiencing the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, I analyzed the time series data sets to uncover spatiotemporal characteristics of aftershocks in Kyoto University.
Currently, I am trying to relocate hypocenters in the United States using double difference earthquake location algorithm with Prof. Ishii.
Education2014 B.Sc. Physics and Geophysics, Kyoto University, Japan
ConferenceAkiko TANAKA (UOOCHI), Keiko KUGE, Seismic activity in eastern Japan and the source region after the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku earthquake, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2014
Professional Experience2014-2015 Technical manager, Engineering Department,
Astomos Energy Corporation, Japan