Three new spin-offs in 2022: The GFZ actively supports start-up activities
We welcome ten outstanding young scientists and their exciting projects at GFZ in the framework of the Helmholtz Information and Data Science Academy (HIDA).
Dr. Tetiana Amashukeli received the Marie Skłodowska Curie Action Fellowship to continue her work on the modernization of Ukraine’s seismic network.
Messages of affected people about the "felt intensity" of a quake can help in early disaster management after only 10 minutes.
The new Helmholtz Academy "InnoSuper" has been launched and will, among other things, convey methods to better integrate knowledge and technology transfer into science.
Satellite time series and reanalysis climate data show how agricultural expansion and intensification are reducing water storage Iran-wide.
Shagun Garg was awarded for his outstanding presentation at the "Machine Intelligence for GeoAnalytics and Remote Sensing - Conference" (MIGARS 2023).
Jannes Münchmeyer has been awarded the Adlershof Dissertation Prize for his doctoral thesis on the topic of earthquake early warning.
European summer droughts since 2015: most severe over centuries – but not the only multi-year droughts
This is shown by isotope analyses of tree rings throughout Europe, which thus prove to be a unique tool for climate research.
Severe earthquake of magnitude 7.7 in the Gaziantep region in south-eastern Türkiye.