Anne Obermann joined the SCCER-SoE team in February 2014 as a Postdoctoral Researcher. She received her PhD in 2013 from the University Joseph Fourier in Grenoble, France, for work on monitoring of the elastic properties of the crust, both with numerical analysis and applications with ambient seismic noise. Previously, Anne had studied Geoscience and Physics in Göttingen and Munich, Germany (Bsc) and Applied Geophysics in the joined master programme from ETH Zurich, TU Delft and RWTH Aachen.
Anne Obermann is part of the Geo-energy team. The main focus on her work lays on the use of ambient noise monitoring techniques (coda wave interferometry) to assess (aseismic) deformation processes during the different stages of reservoir stimulation.