is primarily focused on modeling earthquakes, and understanding the
short term and long term behavior of faults. Using,
strong-motion, teleseismic and geodetic data, what can we tell about
the slip in a single earthquake, rupture velocity, slip functions? How
can we compare the long term coupling to slip in individual
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Ph.D, Geophysics, California Institute of Technology, 2008
B.S., Physics, Koc University, 2000
Kocaeli Korfez Oruc Reis Anadolu Lisesi, 1995
Assistant Professor of Geophysics, Bogazici University, September 2011-
Bogazici University, Postdoctoral Scholar, October 2010-August 2011
Postdoctoral Scholar, CNRS- LGIT (Now ISTerre),
Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, Oct. 2009, Sept. 2010
Staff Scientist, California Institute of Technology, June 2008-September 2009
Research Assistant, California Institute of Technology, July 2001-June 2008
TUBITAK, 2013-2015 "Studying
the Slip Distribution and Kinematics of 2011 Mw7.2 Van Earthquake
Using Teleseismic, GPS and Regional Sesmic Data."
TUBITAK, 2014-2017 "Determining the
Finite-Fault Parameters by Evaluating the Moments of the Stress-Glut Tensor" (with Cagri Diner and Mustafa Aktar)
S.E. Isik, A.O. Konca, H.
Karabulut, (2017),The seismic interactions and spatiotemporal evolution
of seismicity following the October 23, 2011 Mw.1 Van, Eastern
Anatolia, earthquake 702, pp 1-18
C. Diner, A.O. Konca, (2017), Moment Tensor for
Seismic Sources on a Bimaterial Interface: A Hyperfunction Approach (2017), BSSA, doi:10.1785/0120160044
K Chousianitis, A. Ozgun Konca , G.-A. Tselentis, G.A.
Papadopoulos , M. Gianniou (2016), Slip model of the November 17, 2015 Mw=6.5
Lefkada earthquake from the joint inversion of geodetic and seismic data, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, doi:10.1002/2016GL069764.
A. O. Konca,
process of 2011 Mw7.1 Van, Eastern Turkey earthquake from joint
inversion of strong-motion, high-rate GPS, teleseismic, and GPS data, J. Seism., DOI 10.1007/s10950-015-9506-z (PDF)
M. Bouchon, (2014) A Bayesian Approach to Determine the Average Shape of
the Slip-Rate Function and the Rupture Velocity Using Near- Field
Phases: the 2003 Mw6.6 Bam Earthquake Example, Geop. Journ. Int., 199,604-613, (PDF)
Y. Kaneko, N. Lapusta, J_P Avouac, (2013) Kinematic inversion of
physically plausable earthquake source models obtained from dynamic
rupture simulations, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am, 103 No:5, pp 2621-2644 (PDF)
A.O. Konca, S
LePrince, J-P Avouac, DV Helmberger, (2010) Rupture process of 1999, Mw7.1
Duzce earthquake from joint analysis of SPOT, GPS, InSAR, strong-motion and
teleseismic data : A supershear rupture with variable rupture velocity,(2010) , Bull. Seism. Soc. Am. 100 No:1, pp 267-287 (PDF)
A. Sladen, H. Tavera, M. Simons, J.P. Avouac,
A. O. Konca, H. Perfettini, L.
Audin, E. J. Fielding, and F. Ortega, Source Model of the 2007 Mw 8.0 Pisco,
Peru earthquake: Implications for seismogenic behavior of subduction
megathrusts, (2010), J. Geophys Res. (B), 115 B02405 (PDF)
Konca J-P Avouac, A. Sladen, A.J. Meltzner, K.
Sieh, P. Fang, Z. Li, J. Galetzka, J. Genrich, et al., (2008), Partial
rupture of a locked patch of the Sumatra megathrust during the 2007 earthquake
sequence. Nature, 456 pp 631-635 (PDF)
A.O. Konca, V. Hjorleifsdottir,
T.A. Song, J.-P. Avouac, D.V.
Helmberger, C. Ji, K. Sieh, R. Briggs,
A. Meltzner, (2006), Rupture kinematics of the 2005, Mw 8.6, Nias- Simeulue
earthquake from the joint inversion of seismic and geodetic data, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am, 97, no:1A,
F. Ayoub, S. Leprince, A.O. Konca, D. V. Helmberger, (2006), The 2005, Mw 7.6 Kashmir
earthquake : sub-pixel correlation of ASTER
images and seismic waveforms analysis. Earth Plan. Sci. Lett., 249
pp 514-528 (PDF)