Dr. Stefan Kienberger
Senior Scientist | Head of Research Group
My motivation for my applied research is to bridge the social and ecological divides we are currently facing at global and local levels. I aim to achieve this through the development of new concepts, methods and tools to capture complex and multi-dimensional phenomena (such as risk and vulnerability) through systems thinking and in a spatial-explicit manner.
Tel.: +43 (0)662 8044 7567
Mag. Daniel Hölbling
Researcher | Head of Research Group
With my research, I aim to gain a better understanding of natural hazards, their interactions and cascading effects, and their impacts on the environment and society. I focus on the development of remote sensing-based methods for landslide mapping and monitoring, studying spatio-temporal landscape dynamics, and bridging natural and social science methods in an interdisciplinary manner.
Tel.: +43 (0)662 8044 7581
Lorena Abad, MSc.
I am curious about the use of geospatial technologies and data visualization to analyze environmental processes and to communicate them effectively. My current research focuses on the mapping and monitoring of natural hazards and geomorphological.
Tel.: +43 (0)662 8044 7582
Dr. Zahra Dabiri
My research focuses on methodology development for remote sensing data integration and classification. By using a variety of Earth Observation data, I aim for a better understanding of landscape evolution through space and time.
Tel.: +43 (0)662 8044 7571
Dr. Florian Albrecht
My research interest is to understand what makes remotely sensed geographic information valuable in specific application contexts, particularly in landslide hazards management and in urban and infrastructure planning. Therefore, I focus on gathering user requirements and quality criteria that ensure useful outcomes of geographic information production.
Tel.: +43 (0)662 8044 7583
Linda Menk, MSc.
I am interested in connecting geoinformatics methods to systems thinking and potential effects of dynamic feedback. My main application areas are risk and vulnerability assessments in the context of climate change and public health.
Tel.: +43 (0)662 8044 7526