Min Chen is a computational seismologist. Her research interests lie in developing and applying numerical tools harnessing the power of high performance computing for seismic full waveform inversion, imaging, and interpretation. Her research aims to better understand plate tectonic processes and earthquake rupture processes using high-resolution seismic images.
Q-compensated reverse time migration, tsunami earthquake source imaging, crustal and uppermost mantle structure beneath the Western U.S.
Fine structure of the western Pacific slab, earthquake source relocation, seismic imaging workflow automation