Grouting Fundamentals 2019

Grouting Fundamentals 2019

Since 1979 the Grouting Fundamentals and Current Practice course has covered pressure grouting as a method to improve geotechnical properties of soils and rock masses, with special focus on mechanisms, theories, and practical applications of grouting to ground densification and strengthening.   more...

Guest Lecturer 2019

Guest Lecturer 2019

We would like to announce two upcoming courses in the summer term 2019. The courses will be held by Dr. chem. ing. Neven Ukrainczyk, Institute of Construction and Building Materials, Technische Universität Darmstadt.

Interferometric Radar HYDRA-G

Interferometric Radar HYDRA-G

The remote sensing monitoring system HYDRA-G operating at "Zentrum am Berg" (Erzberg, Styria), to detect tunnel blast related displacements with sub-millimetric accuracy.

Mission and Vision

Our Mission

To educate undergraduate and graduate students for academia and industry leadership careers in the environmental mineral-water and engineering geosciences, and to advance the current state-of-knowledge through scholarly dissemination of original research that is relevant to the needs of society.

Our Vision

The Institute of Applied Geosciences shall be a primary European institution for the pursuit and promulgation of knowledge in the fields of environmental mineral-water and engineering geosciences. Our graduates shall assume future leadership roles in professional disciplines involving the earth, its environment, and its resources.

Grouting Fundamentals 2019  © S. Kieffer
Guest Lecturer 2019  © N. Ukrainczyk
Interferometric Radar Hydra-G  © C. Zambanini



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