I am a geophysicist mostly interested in global observational seismology. My Ph.D. research involves the development and application of different techniques to image the Earth’s deep interior in the light of seismic waves generated by large earthquakes.
Previously to embracing seismology, I was interested in correlating multiple geophysical observations to the structural geology of cratonic sedimentary basins and reconstruct the history of crustal deformation. During my honours and master's degree, I worked with gravity and magnetic geophysical data processing and interpretation, remote sensing, and structural geology.
Since 2018: PhD student in Seismology, RSES, The Australian National University, Australia.
2013 - 2015: MPhil in Geophysics. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil.
2009 - 2012: BSc in Geophysics. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil.
Tkalčić, H., T. Costa de Lima, T-S Phạm, and S. Tanaka. (2022). Inner core anisotropy from antipodal PKIKP travel times, accepted for publication.
Costa de Lima, T., H. Tkalčić, and L. Waszek. (2022). A new probe into the innermost inner core anisotropy via the global coda-correlation wavefield, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, https://doi. org/10.1029/2021JB023540. OPEN ACCESS.
For my conference abstracts:
- PHYS3070: Physics of the Earth. Lecturers: Prof. Hrvoje Tkalcic, and Prof. Louis Moresi.
- EMSC2022: Introduction to Global Geophysics. Lecturers: Prof. Meghan S. Miller, Dr. Dave Heslop, and Prof. Louis Moresi. Upon completion of this course, students are expected to have a deeper understanding of the Earth's internal structure and the main concepts applied in seismology, geohazard, and geodynamics.
- EMSC1008: EARTH: The Chemistry and Physics of our Planet. Lecturers: Dr. Caroline Eakin, and Dr. Andrew Berry. In the geophysics module, students gain familiarity with plate tectonics and introductory knowledge of geophysics and mathematics (e.g. isostatic calculations, triangulating earthquake locations, plate motion vectors, and circuits).
Part of the (160) undergraduate students participating in the Blue Planet field trip to the Snowy Mountains! Everyone had a wonderful time looking at the rocks and correlating what they have learned in the classroom with their observations on the field. Thanks to Tiah Penny for the selfie :D
You can check more about my field trips on my personal webpage seismobunji.com
Demonstrating the immersion suit onboard the Research Vessel Investigator. By my side is Astrid Wilson, the master 2 of this voyage. Photo credits: (left) Dr. Mike Coffin and (right) Dr. Caroline Eakin
Please check my personal webpage seismobunji.com to find out!