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|Date of birth||October 19, 1992|
|Place of birth||Waalwijk, The Netherlands|
|● Subduction dynamics|
|● Mantle dynamics|
|● Lithosphere dynamics|
|● Subduction zone earthquakes|
|● Tsunami generation by earthquakes|
|● Numerical modelling|
|● Dynamic rupture modelling|
|2015–present||PhD Candidate, ETH Zürich, Switzerland, Seismology and Wave Physics Group.
The stress state of tsunamigenic faults.
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Andreas Fichtner and Dr. Ylona van Dinther.
|2018||Visiting researcher, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Tectonics group.|
|2016–2018||Visiting researcher during multiple visits of 1 - 2 weeks over the course of 2 years, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany, Seismology group.|
|2014||Visiting student, Norges Geologiske Undersøkelse, Norway, Geodynamics Team.|
|2014–2015||Master of Science, Earth structure and dynamics, Cum laude, GPA 4.0, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
Total duration of program: 1.5 years.
Track: Physics of the deep Earth and planets.
Master thesis: Mantle dynamics on Venus: insights from numerical modelling.
Supervisors: Dr. A. P. van den Berg, Dr. R. C. Ghail and Dr. C. Thieulot.
Guided Research: Numerical geodynamic modelling: compression and extension using ASPECT, SULEC and ELEFANT.
Supervisors: Dr. C. Thieulot & Dr. S. J. H. Buiter.
|2011–2014||Bachelor of Science, Earth sciences, Cum laude, GPA 4.0, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
Total duration of program: 2.5 years.
1st year geology field course in Aliaga, Spain (4 weeks).
Tracks: Dynamics of the Solid Earth & Geology of the Solid Earth.
Bachelor thesis: On the influence of weak zones on lithospheric- and crustal-scale numerical models. Supervisors: Dr. C. Thieulot and Prof. Dr. W. Spakman.
|2004–2010||Gymnasium, Cum laude, Dr. Mollercollege, Waalwijk, The Netherlands.|
|2017||Supervisor MSc students
● Sunniva Moris, Simulating Earthquake-Generated Subduction Zone Tsunamis, Master thesis, 2017, ETH Zürich.
|2012–2015||Teaching assistant, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
● System Earth 1, first year course, 2014.
● Chemistry of the Earth 2, first year course, 2013.
● Physics, first year course, 2013 and 2014.
● Linear Algebra and Vector Analysis, second year course, 2012 and 2013.
● Differential Equations in the Earth Sciences, second year course, 2013 and 2015.
● Programming and Modelling of Earth Processes, third year course, 2013 and 2014.
● Continuum mechanics, third year course, 2014.
|2013–2014||Assistant teacher English, Stichting Studiebegeleiding Leiden, The Netherlands.|
|2011||Private tutor, Ready To School, Tilburg, The Netherlands.
Ancient Greek, Chemistry, Dutch, English, French, Mathematics, Physics.
|2011||Personal assistant teacher, Dr. Mollercollege, Waalwijk, The Netherlands.|
|2008–2010||Homework tutor, Dr. Mollercollege, Waalwijk, The Netherlands.|
|2018||AGU Outstanding Student Presentation Award, Seismology Section, AGU Fall Meeting 2018, Washington, D.C., USA.|
|2018||EGU Best Blog Post by Luca Dal Zilio for the EGU GD Blog Team, EGU, Munich, Germany.|
|2017||CIDER 2017 research grant, CIDER, Berkeley, USA, Co-PI, $5000,-.|
|2014||Travel grant, Post-Alpbach, European Space Agency, France.|
|2014||Student grant, GeoMod 2014, Potsdam, Germany.|
|2014||Oscar for competitiveness, Summer School Alpbach, Austria.|
|2014||Oscar for quality of presentation, Summer School Alpbach, Austria.|
|2014||Student grant, SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, Utrecht, The Netherlands.|
|2019-present||Convener EGU GA, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.
● Understanding large subduction earthquakes and tsunamigenesis by integrating geological and geophysical observations, laboratory results, and numerical modeling
|2017–present||Editor-in-Chief EGU geodynamics blog, European Geosciences Union, Munich, Germany.|
|2018||EGU short course convener, Geodynamics 101: how to use and interpret numerical models of the solid Earth, EGU 2018, Vienna, Austria.|
|2018||EGU short course co-convener, Seismology for non-seismologists, EGU 2018, Vienna, Austria.|
|2018||Principal meeting organiser & member of scientific committee, 2nd ASCETE workshop on coupling earthquakes and tsunamis, Bayrischzell, Germany.|
|2016–2017||Organiser group seminars and progress meetings, ETH Zürich, Switzerland.|