Dr. Robert Shcherbakov

Associate Professor

Current Students:

  • Zhiming Gu (Acc. MSc candidate, 2016-). Research topic: Modelling of Aftershock Sequences as a Stochastic Point Process.
  • Alvin Zhao (MSc candidate, 2015-). Research topic: Geomechanical Modelling of Induced Seismicity Processes.
  • Negar Nazari (PhD candidate, 2015-present, co-supervised with Dr. Cheadle). Research topic: Fluid-fracture Interaction in Induced Seismicity.
  • Sidhanth Kothari (MSc candidate, 2014-present, co-supervised with Dr. Atkinson). Research topic: Statistics of Induced Seismicity.
  • Ryan Kahue (PhD candidate, 2014-present). Research topic: Physics of Induced Seismicity.
  • Xiaoming Zhang (PhD candidate, 2012-present). Research topic: Computer Modelling of Earthquake Processes.

Former Students:

  • Mark Ogilo (Acc. MSc candidate, 2014-2015). Research topic: Simulation of Propagation of Fluids in Fractured Solids.
  • Krista Kaski (NSERC USRA summer student, 2015). Research topic: Statistical Analysis of Durations of Volcanic Eruptions.
  • Jacob Kukovica (BSc honors student, 2015-present). Research topic: Statistical Properties of Anthropogenic Seismicity.
  • Laura Sanchez (PhD, 2009-2014). Thesis: Statistical Analysis and Computer Modelling of Volcanic Eruptions.
  • Carol L.R.L. Alfred (BSc, 2012-2013). Honors Thesis: A Comparison of Aftershock Sequences of Large Thrust, Normal and Strike Slip Earthquakes.
  • Armick Ivanian (MSc, 2009-2012). Thesis: Studies of Aftershock Sequences of Large Subduction Zone Earthquakes.
  • Pathikrit Bhattacharya (MSc, 2009-2011). Thesis: Statistical Analysis of Aftershocks Triggered by Supershear Ruptures.
  • Mythien Nguyen (Acc. MSc, 2010-2011). Project: Analysis of the Decay Rates of Aftershock Sequences in California.
  • Ryan Kahue (Acc. MSc, 2010-2011). Project: Statistics of Record-Breaking Earthquakes in California.
  • Kirk Scanlan (NSERC USRA, 2008). Project: Self-similar Nature of Volcanic Activity.
  • Mary Phan (NSERC USRA, 2008). Project: Properties of Aftershocks of the 2002 Mw 7.9 Denali Earthquake.