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Dr. Franziska Glüer

Postdoc

Dr.  Franziska Glüer
Swiss Seismological Service (SED)
ETH Zürich
Dr. Franziska Glüer
NO FO 69.4
Sonneggstrasse 5
8092 Zürich

  +41 44 632 75 74
  

Research interests:

  • Seismic hazard
  • Earthquake induced effects
  • Engineering seismology
  • Landslides
  • Paraglacial rock slope mechanics
  • Postdoc: ETH Zurich, Swiss Seismological Service, Earthquake Hazard & Risk Assessment Section, 2018-ongoing (Project: 4D seismic response and slope failure)
  • PhD: ETH Zurich, Department of Earth Sciences, Engineering Geology, 2013-2018. (Thesis: Monitoring and analysis of interactions between the retreating Aletsch glacier and adjacent rock slope instabilities)
  • Engineering Geologist/Project Engineer/Head of Laboratory, Gesellschaft für Baugeologie und -messtechnik, Baugrundinstitut, 2012-2013
  • MSc: Technical University Munich, Engineering Geology, 2008- (Thesis: Investigation of Rock Slope Failures Triggered by the Aysén 2007 Earthquake (Patagonia/Chile))
  • BSc: Technical University Munich, Earth Science, 2005- (Thesis: Estimation of the potential of shallow geothermal energy in Poland)

Glueer, F., Loew, S., Manconi, A., & Aaron, J.  (2019). From toppling to sliding: progressive evolution of the Moosfluh Landslide, Switzerland. Journal of Geophysical Research. Earth Surface 124, 2919. doi: 10.1029/2019jf005019

Glueer, F., Loew, S., & Manconi, A.  (2019). Paraglacial history and structure of the Moosfluh Landslide (1850–2016), Switzerland. . Geomorphology 106677. doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2019.02.021

Glueer, F.  (2019). Monitoring and analysis of interactions between the retreating Aletsch glacier and adjacent rock slope instabilities. Link

Glueer, F., Loew, S., Zangerl, D., & Wolter, A.  (2017). Paraglacial History and Structure of the Moosfluh Landslide (1880-2016). . Paper presented at the ISRM Progressive Rock Failure Conference, Ascona, Switzerland. 

Loew, S., Gischig, V., Glueer, F., Seifert, R., & Moore, J.  (2017). Multidisciplinary monitoring of progressive failure processes in brittle rock slopes. . X.-T. Feng (Ed.) Vol. 4, pp. 662. 

Glueer, F., Manconi, A., & Loew, S.  (2017). Kinematic Analysis of the September 2016 Moosfluh Landslide Acceleration. . Abstract Volume 15th Swiss Geoscience Meeting. . 

Loew, S., Glueer, F., & Manconi, A.  (2017). Unravelling detailed kinematics of DSGSD morphostructures (Moosfluh, Swiss Alps).. Paper presented at the European Geosiences Union General Assembly (EGU 2017), Vienna. Austria, April 23-28, 2017. .  Link

Manconi, A., Glueer, F., & Loew, S.  (2017a). Monitoring the spatial and temporal evolution of slope instability with Digital Image Correlation. . Paper presented at the European Geosiences Union General Assembly (EGU 2017), Vienna, Austria, April 23-28, 2017.  Link

Manconi, A., Glueer, F., & Loew, S.  (2017b). Rapid evolution of the paraglacial Moosfluh rock slope instability (Swiss Alps) captured by Sentinel-1. Paper presented at the European Geosiences Union General Assembly (EGU 2017), Vienna, Austria, April 23-28, 2017.  Link

Glueer, F., & Loew, S.  (2015). Rock Bridge Failure Caused by the Aysen 2007 Earthquake (Patagonia, Chile). . Landslide Processes 2, 780. 

Glueer, F., Seifert, R., Frukacz, M., & Wieser, A.  (2015). Design and operation of a comprehensive and permanent rock slope deformation monitoring system at the Great Aletsch Glacier (Switzerland). . Geophysical Research Abstracts 17(12189-1). doi: 10.3929/ethz-b-000105059

4D seismic response and slope failure