Verena Stammberger joined the TUM Landslide Research Group as a PhD student working on debris flows. She completed her BSc and MSc in Environmental Engineering at the TUM. For her Master’s Thesis “Debris Flow Potential in the Alps: Monitoring and Modelling at the Roßbichelgraben... [mehr]

We performed ERT measurements, Laserscans, mapping and more at the Hochwildehaus next to the Gurgler Ferner to understand the origin of the rock slope movements that cause damages of the Hut. [mehr]

We welcome Dr. Shiva P. Pudasaini to our Landslide Research Group at the Technical University of Munich. Dr. Pudasaini has been awarded a Visiting Professorship at TUM since May, 2020. He is a world leading scientist in advanced modelling, simulation and application of complex... [mehr]

Covid-19 hit our communities strongly on many fronts but was not able to stop the biggest European conference on Geoscience: EGU General Assembly 2020 is happening right now online! This year, only virtually and with a new format: “displays” for everyone, instead of the standard... [mehr]

Dr. Daniel Andrade from the Instituto Geofísico de la Escuela Politécnica Nacional (IG-EPN) in Quito visited the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) as guest scientist in the frame of the RIESGOS project from 15 - 26 October 2019. The IG-EPN... [mehr]

During July and August Saskia participated on a scientific expedition to Herschel Island (Yukon Territory, Canada). Her focus was on geophysical measurements of retrogressive thaw slumps to gain a better process understanding. Also laserscans of this giant mass movements were... [mehr]

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