Remote Sensing and Tectonic Geodesy Laboratory

RaTLab team conducts interdisciplinary research covering wide spectrum of geophysical and industrial processes, such as seismic and aseismic faulting, volcanism, landslide, land subsidence, induced seismicity, coastal erosion, hydrocarbon reservoir, pipe lines and geothermal, hydrothermal and nuclear power plants. We are not restricted to the Earth and try to expand our research to entire solar system.

RaTLab team works to develop innovative tools and methods based on space-, air-, ground-based observations (InSAR, GPS, seismicity …) to remotely sense the Earth and Planetary surfaces. These developments cause substantial advances in the field of signal processing, data mining, inverse theory, artificial intelligence, and numerical/analytical modeling and understanding the underlying physical process and associated hazards.