Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society

Donny Rio Wahyudi

Research interests:

My scientific interest lies in using quantitative topographic analyses, field data and numerical modelling to constrain the relationship between tectonics, erosion and topographic development. These methods are able to extract tectonic information and act as powerful tools for active fault assessment; which have implications for assessing seismic and landslide hazards.

Career history:

1. The University of Edinburgh, School of GeoSciences
Doctor of Philosophy – PhD in tectonic geomorphology and remote sensing (2023-2027 expected)
2. The University of Edinburgh, School of GeoSciences
Master of Philosophy – MPhil in Geology and Geophysics (2019-2021)
3. Universitas Padjadjaran
Bachelor Degree – Geological Engineering (2009-2014)

Active research projects:

Can geomorphic indicators be used to infer relative motion along a major fault? Tectonic geomorphology of the Palu-Koro Fault, Celebes Island, Indonesia

Recent publications:

Wahyudi, D. R., Sinclair, H. D., & Mudd, S. M. (2021). Progressive evolution of thrust fold topography in the frontal Himalaya. Geomorphology, 384, 107717.

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