Gabriel Lotto received his MS in Computational and Mathematical Engineering from Stanford University 2013; his thesis was published as Lotto and Dunham (2015), “High-order finite difference modeling of tsunami generation in a compressible ocean from offshore earthquakes.” He is now a PhD candidate in Geophysics at Stanford, where his research focuses on coupled modeling of earthquakes and tsunamis. Gabriel is also cofounder of Fog City Singers , a barbershop chorus based in San Francisco, and sings in a competitive barbershop quartet.
Lotto, G.C., E.M. Dunham, T. N. Jeppson, and H. J. Tobin (2016), The effect of compliant prisms on subduction zone earthquakes and tsunamis, Earth and Planetary Science Letters , Submitted 30 June 2016
Lotto, G.C., E.M. Dunham (2015), High-order finite difference modeling of tsunami generation in a compressible ocean from offshore earthquakes, Computational Geosciences , 19(2), 327-340, doi:10.1007/s10596-015-9472-0. [Link]