Christoph Grützner carried out the first field campaign for his project on the plate boundary in Guatemala.
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In a new paper we describe the fault system responsible for the 1948 Aşgabat earthquake in Turkmenistan with a magnitude of Ms7.3.
On 19.01.2024, Marcel Thielmann will lead the Geophysical Model Generator Workshop from 12-17h
MGEO005 Geowissenschaftliche Vertiefung I - Multiview Photogrammetry: 3D Virtual Geology for everyone
Compact course for MSc.-students 26 Feb-01 Mar, 2024. Topics: Photogrammetry, Structure-from-Motion and Virtual Geology/3D outcrops. Teaching language will English; the course will be held by Marko Vrabec from Uni Ljubljana.
On 2023-12-13 Christoph Grützner will give an online talk on the Active tectonics of the Alps-Dinarides junction in the TSK seminar series.
Jakob Stubenrauch received the Graduate Award Geosciences 2023 of the faculty for his MSc thesis "Active tectonics and tectonic geomorphology in the region of the Fella-Sava Fault". Congratulations!
In a new study of Holocene earthquakes in Cusco, Peru, an international team combines dating of moraines with paleoseismological studies. The Tambomachay fault caused at least three major earthquakes in the last 9,000 years.
On 24 November, 2023 Christoph Grützner will give a lecture at the symposium "Kärnten bebt(e) - Neue Fragen und Aspekte zur Archäoseismologie" on "Strong earthquakes in the Alps and how to date them" at the kärnten.museum in Klagenfurt.
In a new paper we investigate the tectonic geomorphology of Slovenia and we point out why commonly used methods often do not work.
On May 31, 2023, Kamil Ustaszewski will give a public lecture on "Historical and prehistoric earthquakes in Carinthia and Friuli along the Periadriatic fault system" at the kärnten.museum in Klagenfurt
Philipp Balling successfully defended his PhD thesis on the tectonics of the Dinarides on May 17, 2023.
On May 3, 2023, Georg Löwe successfully defended his PhD thesis on metamorphic core complexes in the Dinarides