Einat Aharonov

Einat  Aharonov
Room 311 South



Research Interests

I study physics of geological processes and structural geology, focusing on understanding physics of rock deformation.  I work mostly on how small-scale (granular, pore) processes interact with large-scale behaviors in rock-compaction, landslides, and earthquakes. I use analytical methods and computer models, but also often do fieldwork and lab experiments to test my theories. Currently I work on friction and liquefaction.

Aharonov and Scholz 2016a

Aharonov and Scholz 2016b