Quancheng Huang

Quancheng  Huang
Title
Graduate Student
Office
GEOL 4101
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(301) 314-9661
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Research Interests

I’m interested in investigating Earth’s interior structures by different seismological techniques. For my undergraduate studies, I used ambient noise to extract core body waves such as PKIKP2 to study the anisotropy of Earth’s core. Moreover, my senior thesis project is to image the crustal structure of Tanlu Fault in China from seismic tomography. Currently, I’m studying the anisotropy of upper mantle from SS precursors, which are the body wave phases arriving several hundred seconds before its parent SS phase. I also study the heterogeneity of upper mantle discontinuities such as 410 km and 660 km from SS precursors.