The video lectures from some congresses have been recorded and they are available here.


Conferencista: Professor Scott Burns
Instituição: Portland State University, USA
Título da Lição: Climatic Warming – Using the Past to Prepare for the Future of Increased Landslide and Other Geological Disaster Activity
Data: 22 de novembro de 2021
Local: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa, Portugal

Créditos do filme:
Edição – José Neves (SPG)
Filmagem – Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian


June, 2021, in Naples. The Mediterranean Symposium on Landslides (MSL- 2021) is promoted by prof. Giovanni Crosta, Università di Milano Bicocca, and prof. Luciano Picarelli, Università della Campania L. Vanvitelli. The topic is “Slope stability problems in stiff clays and flysch formations”.


Free lectures on large landslides from iRALL

The International Research Association on Large Landslides, hereinafter named “iRALL” is an international non-governmental, non-political, non-profit-making and unaffiliated institution for the promotion of knowledge about large landslides


During The XII IAEG Congress held in Turin (15-19 september) a number of presentations delivered in the 500 Hall have been video-recorded and will be shared with the IAEG community.


50 Years of Indian Society of Enigneering Geology
(The India National Group of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment)

International Conference on “Engineering Geology in the New Millenium” (EGNM 2015)
Video Recordings of Keynote Lectures, Inauguration and Valediction.

During the conference held at Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi during 27-29 October 2015, a number of Keynote Lectures were delivered. Most of these, along with the Inauguration and Valediction ceremonies, have been video-recorded and are being shared with the IAEG community.


The video was posted by Andrea Manconi, a member of the web editorial board of IAEG. Due to media policies, the video is hosted on the ETHZ media platform.

In the context of space-borne geodetic techniques, Differential Synthetic Aperture Radar Interferometry (DInSAR) has demonstrated its high performance in measuring surface displacements in different conditions and scenarios, both natural and anthropic. In particular, the advanced DInSAR time series processing method referred to as Small BAseline Subset (SBAS), that allows studying both the spatial and temporal variability of the surface displacements, has proven to be particularly suitable in different contexts, as for natural hazards (volcanoes, earthquakes and landslides) and human-induced deformation (subsidence due to aquifer exploitation, mining operations, and building of large infrastructures).

Recently, an efficient implementation of this algorithm (referred to as P-SBAS approach) has been fully integrated within the ESA’s Grid Processing on Demand (G-POD) environment, which is part of the Geohazards Thematic Exploitation Platform (GEP) of ESA. The GEP is devoted to the exploitation of EO data resources in the context of the Geohazard Supersites & Natural Laboratories as well as on the CEOS Pilots on Seismic Hazards and Volcanoes. The GEP is sourced with elements, data and processing, including P-SBAS, relevant to the geohazards theme. The integration of the P-SBAS algorithm within GEP resulted in a web-based tool freely available to the scientific community. This tool allows users to process, from their own laptops, the European SAR data archives (ERS, ENVISAT and Sentinel-1) for obtaining surface displacement maps and time series in a completely unsupervised way, without caring about data download and processing facility procurements. The workshop is organized in four parts. First, a short overview on the DInSAR processing methods allowing retrieving mean surface deformation maps and displacement time series will be provided, with a specific focus on the SBAS-DInSAR technique. Secondly, the GEP and G-POD environments will be introduced and the P-SBAS web tool will be presented. The third and the fourth parts are dedicated to the advanced features and to case studies and results achieved via the web tool, respectively.


An Engineering Geology MSc Course offered by ETH Zuerich
Copywrite and Lecturers: Löw SimonAndrea Wolter
Recorded: Spring Semester 2017

Learing Goals: The overall aim of this integration course is to prepare you for dealing with landslide problems in the real world. You will gain knowledge and application experience in the fields of recognition, mapping and monitoring of landslides, the appropriate use of slope stability analysis, and mitigation measures.

Topics Covered: Landslide Types, Morphological Phenomena of Landslides, Landslide Formation Mechanisms, Landslide Temporal Evolution, Landslide Monitoring, Landslide Hazard Mitigation and Early Warning

Didactic Concept: The course is a blended learning course with lectures,
workshops, excursions and three case studies. Only the lectures are covered on this website.


An Engineering Geology MSc Course offered by ETH Zuerich
Copywrite and Lecturers: Löw SimonPerras Matthew
Recorded: Spring Semester 2017

Topics Covered: Major Tasks of Engineering Geologist in Underground Construction Projects, Types of Underground Constructions, Ground Behaviour in Rock and Soil Tunnels , Groundwater and Environmental Impacts of Underground Constructions, Exploration Methods. Examples and Case Study Lötschberg Base Tunnel.

Didactic Concept: The course is a blended learning course with lectures, workshops, excursions and a large case study (Lötschberg Base Tunnel). Only the lectures are covered on this website.

Experimental capture system for the Galeso submarine spring

Experimental capture system for the Galeso submarine spring

The video was posted by Giorgio LOLLINO,

Study Center for Applications of advanced technologies in the field of Hydrogeology. Bari – Southern Italy

Experimental capture system for the Galeso submarine spring

Video by Giorgio Lollino – 1990

With reference to:

Cotecchia et Al. – Hydrogeological conditions and field monitoring of the Galeso submarine spring in the Mar Piccolo of Taranto (Southern Italy)