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Francesco Grigoli

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Name: 
Francesco
Surname: 
Grigoli
Education: 

01/2011-03/2014

Ph.D in Geophysics (Seismology)

Institute of Earth and Environmental Sciences, 

University of Potsdam/GFZ, Germany.

Thesis title:

“Automated seismic event location by waveform coherence analysis” 

Supervisor:

Prof. Dr. Torsten Dahm

Final grade: 

Magna cum laude

 

09/2007-05/2010

M.Sc in Exploration Geophysics

University of Pisa, Italy.

Thesis title:

“Inversion of surface waves using Genetic Algorithms” 

Final grade: 

110/110 with distinction

Main subjects:

Reflection seismology

Applied geophysics

Signal processing

Seismic data processing

Numerical methods for geophysics

Inverse Problems

 
 
Experience: 

08/2015-Present Day

Researcher

National Institute of Geophysics and Oceanography,  OGS

Seismological section, Trieste, Italy .

Main Tasks: 

Development of methods/software for real-time analysis of induced seismicity related to different industrial operations (gas storage, oil extraction, mining etc.)

Research Interests:

Induced seismicity

Microseismic monitoring methods

Moment tensor inversion

Seismic signal processing

Seismic interferometry

Reflection seismology

Surface wave inversion

Scientific computing

Parallel programming

 

07/2012-06/2015

 

Researcher

Institute of Earth and Environmental Sciences, 

University of Potsdam, Germany.

Main Tasks: 

Development of methods/software for automated detection and locations of microseismic events.  

Analysis of induced seismicity related to different industrial operations (gas storage, oil extraction, mining etc.)

 

07/2010-06/2012

Researcher

Institute of Geophysics, 

University of Hamburg, Germany.

Main Tasks: 

Development of waveforms stacking methods (and software) for automated detection and locations of mining induced microseismic events.

 
Skills & Interests: 

Peer reviewed ISI papers:

  1. Grigoli, F., Cesca, S., Dahm, T., Krieger, L. 2012, A complex linear least-squares method to derive relative and absolute orientations of seismic sensors. Geophysical Journal International. Doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05316.x
  2. Grigoli, F., Cesca, S., Vassallo, M., Dahm, T. 2013, Automated seismic event location via traveltime stacking: An application to mining induced seismicity, Seismological Research Letters, Doi: 10.1785/0220120191
  3. Grigoli, F., Cesca, S., Amoroso, O., Emolo, A., Zollo, A.,   Dahm, T. 2014, Automated seismic event location by waveform coherence analysis, Geophysical Journal international. Doi: 10.1093/gji/ggt477
  4. Cesca, S., Grigoli, F., Heimann, S., Gonzalez, A., Buforn, E., Maghsoudi, S., Blanch, E., Dahm, T. 2014, The September-October 2013 seismic sequence offshore Spain: a case of seismicity triggered by gas injection?, Geophysical Journal international. Doi: 10.1093/gji/ggu172
  5. Krieger, L., Grigoli, F., 2015, Optimal reorientation of geophysical sensors: a quaternion based analytical solution, Geophysics, Doi:10.1190/GEO2014-0095.1
  6. Cesca, S., Grigoli, F., 2015, Full-waveform seismological advances in microseismic monitoring , chapter of the book Advances in Geophysics, Vol 56, ISSN 0065-2687, Elsevier, Doi: 10.1016/bs.agph.2014.12.002
  7. Cesca, S., Grigoli, F., Heimann, S., Dahm, T., Sobiesiak, M., Tassara, C., Olcay, M. 2015, The Mw 8.1 2014 Iquique, Chile, seismic sequence: a tale of foreshocks and aftershocks, Geophysical Journal International (accepted).
  8. Diez, E., Priolo E., Grigoli, F., Cesca S. 2015 Misalignment angle correction of borehole seismic sensors – The case study of the Collalto Seismic Network, Seismological Research Letters (accepted).
  9. Grigoli F., Cesca S., Krieger L., Priolo E., Dahm. T. 2015,  Automated microseismic event location using Master-Event Waveform Stacking, Scientific reports, Nature Publishing Group (submitted)

Technical papers and reports:

  1. Cesca, S., Grigoli, F., Sen, A.,T., Maghsoudi, S., Dahm, T.,  and Meier, T. 2014, The MINE project: Monitoring induced seismicity in a German coal mine, chapter of the book “Tomography of the Earth’s Crust - From Geophysical Sounding to Real-Time Monitoring”, Geotechnologien Science reports n. 21, Springer, ISBN 978-3-319-04204-6. 
Curriculum vitae: 
Spoken languages: 
Italian and English