Dr. Francesco MaccaferriHelmholtz Centre Potsdam
GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
Section 2.1, Earthquake Risk and Early Warning
Telegrafenberg, H7 204
Helmholtzstraße 6-7, D-14467, Potsdam
- Physics of fluid propagation/arrest (theoretical+experimental approach);
- Sills formation, dikes/sills interaction;
- Coulomb stress changes and "rate and state" models;
- Induced and triggered seismicity (particularly in volcanic environments);
CCMP-POMPEI: Physics of magma propagation and emplacement, a multi-methodological investigation.
|2007-2009||PhD in Physics, University of Bologna, Italy|
|2000-2006||BSc and Master in Physics,
University of Bologna, Italy (summa cum laude)
|Jan. 2011 to Jun. 2012||Post-Doc, University of Hamburg, Germany|
|Jan. 2010 to Jan. 2011||Post-Doc, University of Bologna, Italy|
|Feb. 2009 to Apr. 2009||Visiting Student, University of Leeds, UK|
|Mar. 2008 to Jun. 2008||Visiting Student, University of Leeds, UK|
2009: Marco Polo Fellowship, University of Bologna
- L. Passarelli, F. Maccaferri, E. Rivalta, T. Dahm, and E. Abebe Boku. A probabilistic approach for the classification of earthquakes as triggered or not triggered. J. of Seism., in press, 2012.
- F. Maccaferri, M. Bonafede, and E. Rivalta. A quantitative study of the mechanisms governing dike propagation, dike arrest and sill formation. J. Volc. and Geoth. Res., 208:39–50, 2011.
- F. Maccaferri, M. Bonafede, and E. Rivalta. A numerical model of dyke propagation in layered elastic media. Geophys. J. Int., 180:1107–1123, 2010.
- M. Bonafede, C. Ferrari, F. Maccaferri, and R. Stefansson. On the preparatory processes of the M6.6 earthquake of June 17th, 2000, in Iceland. GRL, Vol. 34, L24305, doi:10.1029/2007GL031391, 2007.