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]

Benjamin Jacobs visited the LMU Volcanology Team for their multiparametric experiment within the Broadband Acquisition and Imaging Operation (BAcIO) at Stromboli. This operative workshop is a great collaboration of several international partners such as LMU, INGV Rome and Catania,... [mehr]

Dr. Samuel Weber completed his PhD at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. Prior to his PhD studies, he received his BSc and MSc in Geography with Minor Physics and Glaciology. His research interest concerns heterogeneous environments and climate change, especially process... [mehr]

Doris Hermle, M.Sc., studied at the University of Innsbruck and Durham, England. She received her BSc and MSc in Geography with focus on Natural Hazards, Global Change and minors in Remote Sensing and Glaciology. Her research interest focuses on the capabilities of different... [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]

Theresa, Riccardo and Johannes (and other researchers) started their field campaign at Cotopaxi volcano. (Ecuador, South America). During their 3-week stay, they perform electrical resistivity tomographies (ERT) and seismic measurements to reveal potential hazards induced by... [mehr]

In January 2019 Michael Krautblatter and Saskia Eppinger joined the first meeting for this years arctic expedition at the Alfred Wegener Institute Potsdam. The field campagne will take place this summer on Herschel Island, Yukon Territory, Canada. The focus of TUM Landslide Group... [mehr]

Debris flows are destructive mass movements in alpine regions. In a new paper, appeared in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (ESPL), Andreas Dietrich and Michael Krautblatter detected geomorphic change induced by an erosive debris flow in the Allgaeu Alps. Momentum and shear... [mehr]

Saskia Eppinger joins the TUM Landslide Research as a PhD student on permafrost research in the Arctic. She is part of a cooperating project with the Alfred-Wegener-Institut Potsdam. Saskia’s project focuses on the carbon release due to Giant Retrogressive Thaw Slumps – large... [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]