Applied and Environmental Geophysics

The research focuses on exploring the structure of the Earth and its physical properties from the micrometer to the kilometer scale. The major axes of the research are (i) the improved modeling and inversion of geophysical measurements, (ii) the use of these techniques to infer spatial and temporal variations in physical properties, and (iii) the links between these properties and target variables of interest. The state-of-the-art instrument pool, laboratory facilities, and computational resources allow for multi-method investigation of a wide range of geological, environmental, and hydrological problems.

 

Research group

Permanent staff

  • Prof. Klaus Holliger
  • Prof. Niklas Linde
  • Prof. Pietro de Anna
  • Dr. Béatriz Quintal
  • Dr. James Irving
  • Ludovic Baron

Research team

  • Prof. György Hetényi
  • Dr. Andrew Greenwood
  • Dr. Celso Alvizuri
  • Dr. Emily Voytek
  • Dr. Eva Caspari
  • Dr. Guillaume Pirot
  • Dr. Jürg Hunziker
  • Dr. Stéphane Mahé
  • Alejandro Romero Ruiz
  • Alexis Shakas
  • Carlotta Brunetti
  • Corinna Koepke
  • Giulia De Pasquale
  • Leonardo Colavitti 
  • Matteo Scarponi
  • Nicolas Barbosa
  • Raphaël Nussbaumer
  • Samuel Chapman
  • Samuel Etique
  • Serdar Demirel
  • Tobias Zahner
Géopolis - CH-1015 Lausanne
Switzerland
Tel. +41 21 692 43 06
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