University of California, Riverside

Earth Sciences

Department of Earth Sciences



Roby Douilly


Roby

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Purdue University, 2016
M.Sc, Purdue University, 2012

Specialty: Crustal seismology, earthquake source mechanisms and earthquake strong ground motion.

Email: roby.douilly@ucr.edu
Phone: TBA
Fax: (951) 827-4324
Office: Geology 1242A
Website: www.robydouilly.com

Research Interests:

My research interests lie in using seismic tomography to infer tectonic structure in the crust and the dynamics of fault zones. I also investigate the effects of complex fault systems and background stress field on the rupture path during an earthquake using dynamic rupture simulations and generate broadband ground motion simulations for seismic hazard assessment.

Recent Projects:
  1. 3-D local earthquake tomography for high-quality travel time arrivals from aftershocks following the 2010 M7.0 Haiti earthquake.
  2. Broadband strong ground motion acceleration in southern Haiti for a hypothetical earthquake on the Enriquillo segment close to the capital city of Port-au-Prince using hybrid simulation approach that combines dynamic rupture simulations at low frequencies with stochastic simulations at high frequencies.
  3. Dynamic models of earthquake rupture along branch faults of the eastern San Gorgonio Pass region in CA using complex fault structure.
  • Douilly R., G. P. Mavroeidis and E. Calais (2017). Simulation of Broadband Strong Ground Motion for a hypothetical Mw7.1 Earthquake on the Enriquillo Fault in Haiti, Geophys. J. Int., 211, 1, 400-417.
  • Douilly R., W. L. Ellsworth, E. Kissling, A. M. Freed, A. Deschamps and B. Mercier de Lepinay (2016). 3D Velocity Structure in Southern Haiti from Local Earthquake Tomography, J. Geophys. Res., Solid Earth, 121, 12, 8813-8832.
  • Aiken C., Z. Peng, K. Chao, H. Gonzalez-Huizar, R. Douilly, Z. Peng, A. Deschamps, E. Calais and J. Haase (2016). Exploration of Remote Trigering: A Survey of Multiple Fault Structures in Haiti. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 455, 14-24.
  • Douilly R., H. Aochi, E. Calais, A. M. Freed (2015). 3D Dynamic Rupture Simulations Across Interacting Faults: The Mw7.0, 2010, Haiti Earthquake. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 120, 1108-1128.
  • Douilly R., J. S. Haase, W. L. Ellsworth, M. P. Bouin, E. Calais, S. J. Symithe, J. G. Armbruster, B. Mercier de Lepinay, A. Deschamps, S. L. Mildor, M. Meremonte and S. E. Hough (2013). Crustal Structure and Fault Geometry of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake from Temporary Seismometer Deployments, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 103, 2305-2325.
  • Symithe S. J., E. Calais, S. J. Haase, A. M. Freed and R. Douilly (2013). Coseismic slip distribution of the M7.0 Haiti earthquake and resulting stress changes on regional faults, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 103, 2326-2343.

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