Research Interests

My research interest involves the understanding of how the Earth works by measuring the rates of processes, their interactions, and their variations in time. In particular, most of my research is concentrated on the processes associated with crustal deformation along plate boundaries and how these relate to the evolution of orogenic belts. My research is centred on three main themes.

1.-The structural evolution and kinematics of foreland thrust and fold belts

2.-The architecture of the continental crust and orogenic processes

3.-The relations and interactions between deep and shallow processes