Thomas Gallot received his PhD in Applied Physics from the University of Grenoble, France, in 2010. He then spent 9 months as a Postdoctoral Associate at the Physics Laboratory of the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France. In 2011, he joined the Earth Resources Laboratory (ERL) in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) at MIT as a Postdoctoral Associate.
His research interests focus on mechanical wave imaging at all scales. He, for instance, has worked with seismic waves to probe the Earth’s interior, and with ultrasounds and elastography to image the human body for medical applications. He is currently working on passive and active interferometry methods, and on nonlinear wave-mixing imaging.
T. Gallot, S. Catheline, P. Roux and M. Campillo, A passive inverse filter for Green’s function retrieval, JASA Express letter, accepted.
S. Latour, T. Gallot, S. Catheline, C. Voisin, F. Renard, E. Larose, M. Campillo, Ultrafast ultrasonic imaging of dynamic sliding friction in soft solids: the slow slip and the super-shear regimes, European physics letter, accepted.
T. Gallot, S. Catheline, P. Roux, J. Brum, N. Benech and C. Negreira, Passive Elastography: Shear-Wave Tomography From Physiological-Noise Correlation in Soft Tissues, IEEE-UFFC, 2011.
PhD thesis (in french) "Imagerie acoustique en milieu reverbérants", 2010.
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