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Jean-Robert GRASSO

Research interests - Failures and instabilities of the fragile Earth (Earthquake, Volcano eruption, landslide, snow avalanche)

Research interests - Failures and instabilities of the fragile Earth (Earthquake, Volcano eruption, landslide, snow avalanche)

Jean-Robert Grasso is an Observatory Physician, Geophysics at ISterre-OSUG, Grenoble, since 1994.
He was also Director of the Piton de la Fournaise Volcano Observatory, Reunion Island between 1992 and 1994, and visiting scholar at Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, UCLA, USA in 2002-2003, and USGS Menlo Park CA, USA in 2004-2005.
His research interests are the failures and instabilities in natural phenomena, with emphasis on implications for processes and natural hazard assessments. He mostly used seismic ruptures as gauges of damage processes at different scales before
earthquake, volcano eruption and landslide. From dislocations in ice single crystal, icequakes, volcanic seismicity, anthropogenic seismicity to major collisional earthquake sequences.
He published 85 papers in International Journals (e.g. Nature, 2 ; PRL 1 ; GRL 12, JGR 25) in the fields of earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides and snow avalanches).
During the last 10 years he is local PI of 6 EU projects and PhD adviser for 4 students.


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