Chair of Landslide Research

Maike Offer joined the TUM Landslide Research Group as a PhD student working on alpine permafrost bedrock. She completed her BSc in Environmental Enginnering and her MSc in Civil Enginnering both at…

“Erosion can significantly increase the destructive power of a landslide by rapidly amplifying its volume, mobility and impact force. The threat posed by erosive-landslides is directly linked to their…

A new publication by Shiva and colleagues is out: Deposition morphology in large-scale laboratory stony debris flows Baselt, de Oliveira, Fischer, Pudasaini (2022, Geomorphology) …

A new publication by Shiva and colleagues is out: Evolution of stony debris flows in laboratory experiments Baselt, de Oliveira, Fischer, Pudasaini (2021, Geomorphology) …

Prof. Krautblatter was part of the german documentation, broadcasted by ZDF. The part about our research at the Zugspitze starts at 34:10. Link to the mediathek.

In September, we organized a stakeholder meeting at the Schneefernerhaus on the Zugspitze within the AlpSenseRely project. The roundtable with the topic "What needs do you see as users in forecasting…

The Chair of Landslide Research joined the online European Rock Mechanics Symposium (EUROCK, 21-24 September 2021) with two articles, published in IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental…

Doris Hermle arrived two weeks ago in Rome at NHAZCA s.r.l. (Natural HAZards Control and Assessment), a startup company of La Sapienza University. NHAZCA is an international leader in the analysis and…

Matthias Hofner joined the TUM Landslide Group as a researcher working on the assessment of the rockfall hazard in the Partnachklamm gorge on behalf of the municipal council of Garmisch-Partenkirchen.…

The German working group Geomorphology is organising the Mid-European Geomorphology Meeting 2021, taking place Nov. 6-10 in Munich. Of course, the current situation still requires flexibility. All…