Chair of Landslide Research

With a total running time of 2:02:24 of the five fastest runners of our team Landsliders, we happily reached the 4th place. This placing would not have been possible without the numerous support from the rest of the group on the running course.  …

Three successful days of the 16th Young Geomorphologists Meeting are over and me, Doris Hermle and the board of the German Young Geomorphologists, are very proud about the excellent work presented by the young researchers with fruitful discussions…

Felix Pfluger joined the TUM Landslide Research Group working as a PHD student working on landslides in permafrost environments in the alps. He finished his M.Sc. in Engineering and Hydro Geology at the TUM. With his Master Thesis he investigated the…

The AlpSenseRely project partner „Sicurent“ is testing its GNSS RTK rovers at the high-alpine environment of the Hochvogel summit since summer 2020. Using a new technology the sensors reach an accuracy in the range of millimeters. Thus they are able…

The lean period is over: the Landslide Research Group had the chance to present nine topics in Vienna at the EGU General Assembly 2022.  The opening of the EGU was the Monday Rockfall session by Prof. Michael Krautblatter and ended with the…

Now, we have an instagram channel where we share information and nice pictures of our study sites and events. Follow us if you do not want to miss recent developments of our rock falls, landslides, PhD students and the master programm engineering and…

For one week, our PhD-candidates went to Thüringerberg in Austria for a working retreat. They were all able to work extensively on their new publications (so keep an eye out for new papers from TUM Landslide Group!) as well as contributing to…

Last week Saskia Eppinger attended the 28th International Polar Conference in Potsdam 2022, our first international meeting on-site after Corona. On Friday 6th May three PhDs also presented their research at the AK Permafrost online meeting: …

For this year’s field mapping course, we can finally go back to Sibratsgfäll! This course introduces Hydro- and Engineering Geology students to geological and geomorphic mapping techniques relevant to landslide hazard identification and civil…

Our group is presenting 9 topics at the EGU General Assembly 2022 (see list below). After two years of virtual meetings, we are glad to take part in numerous different on-site sessions. Take the unique chance now to check out and comment our…