Sofie Gradmann

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Wouter van der Wal,1 Auke Barnhoorn,2 Paolo Stocchi,3,4 Sofie Gradmann,5 Patrick Wu,6 Martyn Drury7 and Bert Vermeersen1,3 1Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Kluyverweg 1, 2629 HS, Delft, The Netherlands. E-mail: W.vanderWal@tudelft.nl 2Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Delft University of Technology, The(More)
S U M M A R Y The Scandinavian Mountain Chain (the Scandes) exhibits characteristics that are unusual for an old, Palaeozoic mountain belt. These include renewed Neogene uplift in a passive margin setting and the lack of a pronounced crustal root. We investigate the influence of present-day thermal, compositional and geometric structures in the crust and(More)
S U M M A R Y We investigate the influence of the glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) on the deformation at the surface and at seismogenic depths in Fennoscandia. The surface strain rate field, derived from geodetic data, is controlled by GIA which causes NW–SE extension of up to 4 × 10−9 yr−1 in most of mainland Fennoscandia, surrounded by regions of radial(More)
We investigated the glass former m-tricresyl-phosphate confined in different nanoporous silica matrices with defined pore radii from 2-150 nm. While applying different 31P NMR techniques, we were able to detect the extremely stretched correlation functions extending over 7-8 decades in time and reflecting strong dynamic heterogeneities. The experimental(More)
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