Scientific presentations

Invited talks

  • Numerical modeling of lithosphere-asthenosphere mechanical interactions in subduction zones, University of Montpellier, France, November 2016.
  • A fictitious domain method for fluid/solid coupling: application to the plates/mantle interaction in the upper mantle, Summer school : Numerical modeling in Earth sciences, University of Concepcion , Chile, January 2015.

Talks (1st author)

  • Cerpa, N., Wada, I., Wilson, C., & Spiegelman, M., Effects of grain size variation and mantle viscosity on fluid migration in the mantle wedge, GEOMOD , La Grande Motte, France, October 2016.
  • Cerpa, N., Hassani, R., & Gerbault, M., A fictitious domain method to model the lithosphere/asthenosphere interaction : study of slab folding at 660 km and induced slab dip variations, RST (Earth Sciences French Meeting) , Pau, France, October 2014.
  • Cerpa, N., Hassani, R., & Gerbault, M., A fictitious domain method applied to the lithosphere/asthenosphere interaction, EGU General Assembly , Vienna, Austria, April 2014.

Posters (1st author)

  • Cerpa, N., Wada, I., Wilson, C., & Spiegelman, M., Fluid transport by porous flow in the mantle wedge : Effects of grain size and mantle viscosity, CIG All hands meeting , UC Davis, USA, June 2016.
  • Cerpa, N., Gerbault, M., & Hassani, R., Relationship between slab dip and topography segmentation in an oblique subduction zone : insights from numerical modeling, XIV International workshop on modeling of mantle and lithosphere dynamics , Olérons, France, August 2015.
  • Cerpa, N., Hassani, R., & Gerbault, M., A fictitious domain method for fluid/solid interaction applied to the plate folding over the 660 km depth discontinuity, EGU General Assembly , Vienna, Austria, April 2014.
  • Cerpa, N., Gerbault, M., & Hassani, R., A fictitious domain method for fluid/solid interaction applied to the lithosphere/asthenosphere interaction, 4th Crystal2Plate Workshop, Frejus, France, January 2013.
  • Cerpa, N., Hassani, R., & Gerbault, M., A simplified fictitious domain method for fluid/solid interaction, GEOMOD , University of Lausanne, Switzerland, June 2012.

 
 
 

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