Munich Alpine Hazards and Mitigation Cluster (AlpHaz)

After approval of the AlpSenseRely-project, members of the AlpSense-Team wanted to use the good weather in November for neccessary maintenance work at the measuring system before the winter. Unfortunately deep clouds made a helicopter transport of the material impossible and so... [mehr]

On October 13th and 14th six master students of TUM Geodesy carried out deformation measurements at the Aggenalm, Sudelfeld (BY). The measurements were part of the student project "Monitoring of alpine natural hazards", in which the students learn how to perform geodetic network... [mehr]

Our work at the Hochvogel was braoadcasted by Servus TV. Here you can watch that spectacular mountain: Servus TV Wissensmagazin (in German, fist feature) [mehr]

BR - Kontrovers: German TV broadcasts a short documentary about "The Alps in difficulties" and how the climate change leaves traces in the Alps with Prof. Krautblatter as expert on permafrost. BR: Alpen in Bedrängnis (6:51 min in German) [mehr]

Beginning of July Johannes hiked up the Hochvogel together with Lukas from TUM Geodesy for some maintenance and smaller installations. After a stay over night at the Prinz Luitpold Haus with its friendly hosts they had to carry heavy backpacks all the way up in the morning and... [mehr]

We performed ERT measurements, Laserscans, mapping and more at the Europahütte in order to understand the rock slope at the Austrian-Italian border. [mehr]

The Höllentalklamm (Höllental Gorge) at the entrance of the Höllental is one of the most scenic parts of the route to the Zugspitze. The TUM Landslide Group collaborates with the DAV Garmisch-Partenkirchen to develop a benchmark safety concept including a wireless sensor network... [mehr]

Prof. Dr. Michael Krautblatter appeared in German TV two times last week with documentations from Kitzsteinhorn, Zugspitze and Hochvogel (in German). ARDalpha: Is the Zugspitze falling apart? BR: Extreme - The new normal? Climate Change in Bavaria [mehr]

AlpSenseBench ist eine einjährige Benchmark-Vorstudie (2018) in 4 alpinen Regionen (Bayern, Tirol, Land Salzburg und Südtirol) zu hochverfügbaren Remote Sensing gestützten Frühwarnsystemen für Naturgefahren in besonders Klimawandel-sensiblen alpinen Räumen. AlpSense leistet einen... [mehr]

Doctoral researcher Riccardo Scandroglio and Prof. Dr. Michael Krautblatter present their research efforts within an 6.30 min report on climate change. A team of Bayerische Rundfunk (BR) journalists accompanied Riccardo and some colleagues to the Zugspitze, Germany´s highest... [mehr]