Caroline started her PhD as a graduate student majoring in Geophysics at MIT in the Tectonophysics group in 2021. Her research focuses on revealing the physics and dynamics behind slow slip events. She started using both geodetic (GNSS solutions) and seismic (a low-frequency earthquake catalog) datasets to track the temporal evolution of slow slip events at high sampling rates in Guerrero, Mexico. Currently, she is looking at seismic velocity changes before, during and after a large slow slip event that occured in Mexico in 2006. She also start works on a second project about ice dynamics in glaciers. The main motivation is to be able to calibrate the ice flow law that describe ice deformation using satellite imagery surface motion data.


  • Earthquakes
  • Slow Slip Events
  • Low Frequency Earthquakes
  • Subduction Dynamics


  • MSc in Geophysics, 2020

    Institut des Sciences de la Terre

  • BSc in Physics and Mechanics, 2018

    Université Grenoble Alpes