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Ms Gemma Cremen

Ms Gemma Cremen

Ms Gemma Cremen

Research Associate

Office L112
School of Earth Sciences,
Wills Memorial Building, Queens Road BS8 1RJ
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Research summary

I develop statistical tools for decision-making related to seismic activity. My research interests include seismic hazard characterisation, probabilistic seismic risk analysis, and disaster resilience. My current research focuses on improving understanding of the seismic hazard associated with shale gas exploration in the UK. I also have recent experience in seismic building loss and business interruption modelling.

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I joined the Geophysics group in the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Bristol in February 2019 as a Postdoctoral Research Associate, after completing my Ph.D. in Earthquake Engineering at Stanford University in California. I  also have degrees in Civil Engineering from Stanford (M.S. 2016) and University College Cork, Ireland (B.E. 2014). My awards include the Stanford Graduate Fellowship, the John A. Blume Research Fellowship, and the University College Cork Science and Engineering Graduate of the Year Gold Medal.

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