Chair of Landslide Research


New 3D-model of the Hochvogel (Allgäu, D/A)

3D Reality Maps, involved in the AlpSenseBench project, developed a new 3D SFM-model of the Hochvogel (2592 m) summit. The model visualizes the structure of the instable top of the mountain. Video → https://vimeo.com/269587869 [more]


TUM Campus Run 2018 - A physically demanding challenge

The team “Landslides”, consisting of staff of the Landslides Research Group and landslides-interested members of the Chair of Engineering Geology, outspent themselves on the 5.8 km route and got 4/45 in the team challenge. Thanks to the organisation team of the Junge Akademie!...[more]


AlpSenseBench-Team meets at TUM

In April the international project group of the AlpSenseBench project met at the Technical University Munich (TUM) to improve and coordinate the working tasks and plans for this summer period. The meeting was led by Prof. Dr. M. Krautblatter and members of the TUM Landslide...[more]


Daniel Draebing joined Massey University as International Visitor Researcher and conducted fieldwork in New Zealand

Daniel Draebing visited Massey University, Palmerston North, for 2 months funded by Massey University’s International Visitor Research Fund. Within the visit, Daniel acted as a guest lecturer on the Alpine Physical Geography field course in the Southern Alps and gave a talk on...[more]


Riccardo Scandroglio joins the TUM Landslide Research Group as a PhD candidate

Riccardo Scandroglio joined this month the TUM Landslide Research as a PhD student. He is part of the HydroPF project that works on deciphering critical hydrostatic pressure levels in permafrost rock, key control of slope failure. The international project combines competences...[more]


RIESGOS project officially launched

Due to the geographic and tectonic location, the Andean countries are particularly vulnerable to natural hazards. The international cooperation project RIESGOS focuses on the countries of Chile, Peru and Ecuador and aims to improve the management of natural disasters including...[more]


New investigations of instability at the Hochvogel (Allgäu, Germany)

The TUM Landslide Group continued the monitoring at the gradually opening fracture at the Hochvogel peak (2592 m, Allgäu, Germany) in late September 2017. By performing further measurements of the opening fracture and drone flights, the group assessed the kinematics of the...[more]


Deep-seated landslides and GSA 2017 Seattle in Washington, USA

Anne attended the 2017 Kirk Bryan field trip: Exploring the mechanics, frequency, and impacts of deep seated landslides in Washington State organized for the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, GSA 2017, October 21-25, Seattle,Washington, USA. Deep-seated...[more]


Adrian Emmert joins the TUM Landslide Research group as a guest researcher

Adrian Emmert joins the TUM Landslide Research group as a guest researcher to finish his PhD thesis on the internal structure of periglacial landforms. From 2014 to 2017, Adrian worked as a research assistant at the University of Wuerzburg, from where he started his work on rock...[more]

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