Dr. Henriette SudhausHelmholtz Centre Potsdam
GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
Section 2.1, Earthquake Risk and Early Warning
Helmholtzstraße 7, H7 320
Phone: +49 331 288 28665
Fax: +49 331 288 1204
I am working on earthquake source imaging using geodetic data with a focus on applying InSAR (Interferometric Synthetic Aperture RADAR) data. Beside the things that we can learn from earthquake source model about the earthquakes nature, I am interested in how well we can actually model earthquake sources, e.g. when considering data errors, and, of course, how we can improve our models.
|since Feb 2010||Postdoc with PROGRESS-Project at Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ|
|Dec 2005 – Mar 2010||PhD at ETH Zurich (Switzerland)|
|Aug 2004 – Nov 2005||Scientific assistent with SFB „Starkbeben“ at University of Karlsruhe|
|Aug 2004||Diploma in Geophysics at University of Karlsruhe|
|Sep 1996 – Aug 2004||Student of Earth Science and Geophysics at the universities of Potsdam and Karlsruhe|
- experience in seismological field experiments (installation of seismometers, processing of seismic data)
- teaching assistance in student seismic experiments and seismology classes
- Sudhaus, H. and S. Jónsson. Source model for the 1997 Zirkuh earthquake (MW=7.2) in Iran derived from JERS and ERS InSAR observations. (at review in Geophysical Journal International, 2010).
- Sudhaus, H. and S. Jónsson (2009). Improved source modeling through combined use of InSAR and GPS under consideration of correlated data errors: Application to the June 2000 Kleifarvatn earthquake Iceland, Geophysical Journal International 176(2): 389-404
- Sudhaus, H. and J. R. R. Ritter (2009). Broadband frequency-dependent amplification of seismic waves across Bucharest, Romania, Journal of Seismology 13(4): 479 -497.
- Ritter, J. R. R. and H. Sudhaus (2007). Characterization of small local noise sources with array seismology. Near Surface Geophysics 5(4): 253-261.
- Sudhaus, H. and J. R. R. Ritter (2005). High-resolution measurement of the seismic attenuation across the Vrancea region, Romania. Geophysical Research Letters 32(10).