Since joining the lab in the Spring of 2014, Anthony has been working on a wide range of research topics. He worked on implementing an efficient way of modeling gravity data, as well as simulating the acoustic modes in the rotating spherical experiments run at the Lathrop Nonlinear Dynamics Lab. He has also researched under which conditions it is justifiable to assume that perturbations of travel-times of seismic waves are linearly related to perturbations in wave speeds of the medium.
Anthony is now pursuing a Master's Degree in the Dept. of Geology, using array recordings of reflected waves to probe upper mantle structure.