|Dr. Stefan KIENBERGER
Senior Scientist | Head of ISI Research Group
My motivation for my applied research is to bridge the social and ecological divides we are currently facing at global and local levels. I aim to achieve this through the development of new concepts, methods and tools to capture complex and multi-dimensional phenomena (such as risk and vulnerability) through systems thinking and in a spatial-explicit manner.
|Linda MENK, MSc
My current research revolves around “Climate Change Risk and Vulnerability Assessments” and how to improve existing methods to better integrate effects of dynamic feedback; and also around climate change related “Loss & Damage”, what it is, how to measure it, and what it means for Austria, now and in the future.
|Stefanie LETTNER, MSc
Working as a researcher in the ISI Research group I am currently involved in the “HotSpots” project since July 2020.
|Thimmaiah Gudiyangada NACHAPPA
Researcher | PhD Candidate
My current research focuses on assessment of Multi-Hazards and Multi-Risks focusing on the interactions between hazards and its impact on integrated risk assessments. My main research interests include natural hazards, vulnerability and risk assessments, Geoinformatics and spatial analysis.
Former staff members, students and interns:
Marion BORDERON (staff)