Academic Profile : Faculty

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Asst Prof Luca Dal Zilio
Assistant Professor, Asian School of the Environment
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26. Chen, H., Qu, C., Zhao, D., Shan, X., Ma, C., Gong, W., Zhao, L. and Dal Zilio, L., (2024). 3-D coseismic displacement mapping of the 2015 Mw 7.8 Gorkha earthquake using multi-viewed InSAR. Tectonophysics, p.230254.

25. Wei, G., Chen, K., Lyu, M., Gong, W., Dal Zilio, L., Ye, L., Tu, H. (2023). Complex strike-slip faulting during the 2021 Mw7.4 Maduo earthquake. Nature Communications Earth & Environment, 4(1), 319.

24. Dal Zilio, L., Giardini, D., Carbonell, R., Wiemer, S., (2023). Harnessing the potential of digital twins in seismology. Nature Review Earth & Environment, 4(8), 510-512.

23. Michel, S., Stevens, V., Dal Zilio, L. and Jolivet, R. (2023). Seismic Coupling and Hazard Assessment of the Himalaya. In Himalaya, Dynamics of a Giant 3 (eds R. Cattin and J.-L. Epard).

22. Wang, X., Kammer, D., Dal Zilio, L., Morgan, J. (2023) Non-precursory Accelerating Aseismic Slip during Rupture Nucleation. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 128(6).

21. Dal Zilio, L., & Ampuero, J. P. (2023). Earthquake doublet in Turkey and Syria. Nature Communications Earth & Environment, 4(1), 71.

20. Erickson, B., Jiang, J., Lambert, V., [...], Dal Zilio, L., et al. (2023). Incorporating Full Elastodynamic Effects and Dipping Fault Geometries in Community Code Verification Exercises for Simulations of Earthquake Sequences and Aseismic Slip (SEAS). Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (BSSA), 113 (2): 499–523.

19. Dal Zilio, L. and Gerya, T. (2022). Subduction earthquake cycles controlled by episodic fluid pressure cycling. Lithos, 426–427, 106800.

18. Dal Zilio, L., Hegyi, B., Behr, W., Gerya, T. (2022). Hydro–mechanical earthquake cycles in a poro–visco–elasto–plastic fluid-bearing fault structure. Tectonophysics 838, 229516.

17. Jiang, J., Erickson, B., Lambert, V., [...], Dal Zilio, L., et al. (2022). Community-driven code comparisons for three-dimensional dynamic modeling of sequences of earthquakes and aseismic slip (SEAS). Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 124(12), 12854–12881.

16. Dal Zilio, L., Lapusta, N., Avouac, J.P., Gerya, T. (2022). Subduction earthquake cycles in a nonlinear visco-elasto-plastic megathrust. Geophysical Journal International, 229(2).

15. Brizzi, S., Becker, T. W., Faccenna, C., van Zelst, I., Dal Zilio, L., van Dinther, Y., (2021). The role of sediment subduction and buoyancy on subduction dynamics and geometry. Geophysical Research Letters, 48(20).

14. Michel, S., Jolivet, R., Rollins, C. Jara, J., and Dal Zilio, L. (2021). Seismogenic potential of the Main Himalayan Thrust constrained by coupling segmentation and earthquake scaling. Geophysical Research Letters.

13. Dal Zilio, L., Hetényi, G., Hubbard, J., & Bollinger, L. (2021). Building the Himalaya from tectonic to earthquake scales. Nature Reviews Earth and Environment, 2(4), 251-268.

12. Dal Zilio, L., Ruh, J., Avouac, J-P. (2020). Structural evolution of orogenic wedges: interplay between erosion and weak d ́ecollements. Tectonics, 39(10).

11. Dal Zilio, L., Kissling, E., Gerya, T., and van Dinther, Y. (2020). Slab Rollback Orogeny Model: A Test of Concept. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(18), (link)

10. D’Acquisto, M., Dal Zilio, L., van Dinther, Y., Kissling, E., and Gerya, T. (2020) Tectonics and seismicity in the Northern Apennines driven by slab retreat and crustal delamination. Tectonophysics.

9. Dal Zilio, L., Lapusta, N., Avouac, J-P. (2020). Unraveling scaling properties of slow-slip events. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(10).

8. Dal Zilio, L., Jolivet, R., and van Dinther, Y. (2020). Segmentation of the Main Himalayan Thrust Illuminated by Bayesian Inference of Interseismic Coupling. Geophysical Research Letters, 47.

7. Dal Zilio, L., van Dinther, Y., Gerya, T., Avouac, J.-P. (2019) Bimodal seismicity in the Himalaya controlled by fault friction and geometry. Nature Communications.

6. Dal Zilio, L. (2018). Subduction-driven Earth machine. Nature Geoscience (News and Views), Retrospective, 11, 229.

5. Dal Zilio, L., van Dinther, Y., and Gerya, T. V., (2018). Seismic behaviour of mountain belts controlled by plate convergence rate. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 482, 81-92.

4. Dal Zilio, L., Faccenda, M., and Capitanio, F. A., (2018). The role of deep subduction in supercontinent breakup. Tectonophysics.

3. Ficini, E., Dal Zilio, L., Doglioni, C., and Gerya, T. V., (2017). Horizontal mantle flow controls subduction dynamics. Scientific Reports 7.

2. Faccenda, M., and Dal Zilio, L., (2017). The role of solid–solid phase transitions in mantle convection. Lithos 268, 198–224.

1. Meyzen, C.M., Massironi, M., Pozzobon. R., and Dal Zilio, L., (2015). Are plumes on motionless plates analogues to Martian plume feeding the giant shield volcanoes? - Volcanism and Tectonism Across the Inner Solar System, Geological Society of London. v. 401.
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