Research Group Geophysics and Remote Sensing (GRS)

Geophysics and Remote Sensing for Hazards and Space

Our interdisciplinary team works on developing advanced technologies to detect, monitor, and mitigate the risks associated with natural disasters and to identify and assess space resources for future exploration and utilization.

GRS combines expertise in geophysics, remote sensing, planetary science, and engineering to contribute to the sustainable development of our planet and beyond.

Innovative Technologies for Sustainable GRS

GRS research group is committed to advancing the understanding of the Earth’s subsurface and beyond using innovative and sustainable technologies. Our research is focused on developing cutting-edge geophysical and remote sensing techniques for imaging the Earth’s subsurface and characterizing its geological properties. We employ a range of advanced technologies such as gravity surveys combined with satellite-based remote sensing data, to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Earth’s structure and composition. Our interdisciplinary team of experts in geophysics, remote sensing, data science, and engineering works on designing and testing new technologies to improve the efficiency and accuracy of our imaging methods.

We collaborate with industry partners, government agencies, and other research institutions to leverage their expertise and resources and to ensure that our research contributes to sustainable development goals. Through our research, we aim to address some of the most pressing challenges facing our planet, including resource exploration and management, natural hazard monitoring and mitigation, and climate change adaptation.

We are committed to promoting sustainable and responsible use of our planet’s resources and to building a better future for all.