Geophysics Alumni

Geophysics Alumni

Cora Anderson

 


Graduate Student, UK Graduate School Fellow
B.S. Geology, 2006, Kentucky


Cora is the newest member of the group, joining in Summer 2006 in pursuit of her Masters Degree.  She is interested in applications of electrical resistivity and Ground Penetrating Radar.

office: 309 Slone Research Building
email: cora.anderson@uky.edu

 

Kenneth A. Macpherson

 


Ph.D. Candidate, 2006-2007 NSF Algebra Cubed Fellow
M.S. Mathematics, 2004, Murray State University
B.S. Geology/Mathematics, 2000, Murray State University


Ken joined the group in 2006 to pursue research for his doctorate.  He is developing a 3-D numerical ground-motion model of the upper Mississippi embayment.  The model employs a discontinuous grid finite-difference method with locally variable timesteps for efficiency.  Ken is also interested in undergraduate and high school pedagogy.


office: 309 Slone Research Building
email: kenneth_a_macpherson@yahoo.com

Jonathan Mcintyre

 


KGS Geologic Hazards Section, Graduate Student
B.S. Geology, 1997, Kentucky


Jonathan is pursuing his Master's degree in engineering seismology.


office: 247C Mining and Mineral Resources Building
phone: 858.257.5500 ext. 129
email: Jonathan.McIntyre@uky.edu

Ting-Li Lin

 


M.S. Kentucky, 2004
Thesis Title: LOCAL SOIL INDUCED AMPLIFICATION OF STRONG GROUND MOTION IN MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY
PhD Candidate
University of Memphis
Dissertation Title: GROUND MOTIONS INDUCED BY THUNDER
phone:901.678.4854
email: tllin@memphis.edu

William Fearing Reid Jr.

 


M.S. Kentucky, 2005
Thesis Title: HIGH-RESOLUTION GEOPHYSICAL IMAGING OF MIDDLE AND UPPER ORDOVICIAN FAULT-RELATED DOLOSTONES
Seismic Data Processing Engineer
WesternGeco (SLB)
New Orleans La, 1515 Poydras st. suite 900
email: williamfearingreid@gmail.com

F. Alex Rutledge, EIT

 


M.S. Kentucky, 2004
Thesis Title: HIGH-RESOLUTION GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION OF LATE QUATERNARY DEFORMATION IN THE LOWER WABASH VALLEY FAULT SYSTEM
Senior Staff Engineer
Schnabel Engineering
11A Oak Branch Drive
Greensboro, NC 27407
phone:336.274.9456
email: alexrutledge@gmail.com

David Vance

 


M.S. Geophysics, 2006, Kentucky
B.S. Geology, 2004, Kentucky
David's research involves the digitization of twenty years worth of shear wave velocity data, collected by researchers at UK, into an ArcGIS geodatabase and the production of derivative aps using stochastic interpolation techniques such as kriging.  The goal is to use the internet to make this data more accessible to future researches.
email: davev1977@yahoo.com

James Whitt

 


M.S. Geophysics, 2007, Kentucky
B.S. Geology, 2005, Ohio University
Staff Scientist
Geophysicist/Geologist
Schnabel Engineering
11A Oak Branch Drive
Greensboro, NC 27407
email: jameswhitt@hotmail.com

 

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