Chair of Landslide Research

The TUM Landslide Research Group participated at the European Conference on Permafrost from 18th to 22nd June 2023 which was held in the picturesque village of Puigcerdà nestled in the Spanish Pyrenees. The conference focused on permafrost research,…

After a long winter in the higher altitudes this year and quite unfavourable weather conditions at the summit, we could finally make it to the summit this Monday. We finished important work like changing batteries, maintaining the early warning…

The five fastet runners of the team Landsliders reached a time of 02:05:18 over 5.5km. Many thanks to the TUM:Jungeakademie for organising this great event, which was a complete success despite the persistent rain.   See you next year at the…

From 4th to 5th of April 2023, the partners of the Interreg Alpine Space project "X-RISK-CC" held the first face-to-face meeting in Bolzano, Italy. Michael Krautblatter, Theresa Frimberger, and Daniel Straub (TUM Engineering Risk Analysis) travelled…

We are taking part at the General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union in Vienna from April 23-29. Find more information here. We are presenting the following topics: EGU23-15426 | Posters on site | NH3.5 Towards Integrating Rockwall Retreat…

For our most recent project, we have pushed the limits of rock sampling in a tunnel: We used a chainsaw to collect large rock probes that could not be obtained using traditional techniques. Combined with core drilling, we collected a large number of…

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Professor Michael Krautblatter gave an interview in FOCUS Online Earth on the AlpSenseRely-project and our research at the Hochvogel rock slope instability. https://focus.de/178884500 (5.03 min, German)

From 24th to 27th November 2022, over 120 researchers joined the Mid-European Geomorphology Meeting and the Meeting of the Arbeitskreis Permafrost that took place in Kaprun, Austria. The TUM Landslide Research Group joined very actively with 12…

Max Rau joined the TUM Landslide Research Group as a PhD student working on landscape evolution models. He finished his B.Sc. in Geosciences and M.Sc. in Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology at the TUM and LMU. His research interest as a PhD student…