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Steven Smith
Steven A. F. Smith
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Via di Vigna Murata, 605 00143 RomaItaly
steven.smith@ingv.it
Tel: (+39) 06 51 83 58 - Fax: (+39) 06 51 86 05 07


Curriculum Vitae

Education and Employment

From September 2013 I will be starting as Lecturer in the Department of Geology, University of Otago, New Zealand

Jan. 2009 – Present: Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), Rome, Italy
Post-doctoral researcher working on a 5-year EU-funded project (PI: Giulio di Toro): “Understanding the Secrets of an Earthquake: Multidisciplinary Study of Physico-Chemical Processes During the Seismic Cycle - USEMS

2005 - 2009: Department of Earth Sciences, University of Durham

PhD, Structural Geology
“The Internal Structure, Mechanics, and Fluid Flow Properties of Low-Angle Normal Faults: A Case Study from the Island of Elba, Italy”

2001 - 2005: Department of Earth Sciences, University of Durham
MSci Geological Sciences, 1st Class Honours

Academic Awards

 - Outstanding Young Scientist Award, Tectonics and Structural Geology Division, European Geosciences Union, 2013
 - Ramsay Medal, UK Tectonic Studies Group, for best publication in 2010 arising from a PhD thesis
 - Outstanding Student Paper Award (Tectonophysics section), AGU Fall meeting, 2008
 - Presidents Award, The Geological Society of London, 2008
 - Best Student Talk, Tectonic Studies Group AGM, Belgium, 2008
 - Shell Prize for Best Presentation, Tectonic Studies Group AGM, Belgium, 2008
 - Durham University Postgraduate Fellowship, 2005
 - Winner, Midland Valley Structural Geology Essay Prize (undergraduate), 2004
 - John William Fieldwork Award, Department of Earth Sciences, 2004
 - Student in Residence Scholarship, Faculty of Science, Durham University, 2004
 - Nuffield Foundation Undergraduate Research Bursary, 2004
 - Baxter Award for Academic Achievement, Durham University, 2003

 - John Ray Trust Natural Sciences Bursary, 2006

Professional Affiliations

 - Geological Society of London
 - American Geophysical Union