Imperial Centre for Geohazards

Our Centre brings together Imperial and Natural History Museum researchers working on a wide range of natural hazards, including: earthquakes, volcanism, landslides, tsunami, and impacts.

Our research ranges from improving understanding of the source mechanisms to assessing hazard and risk, to mitigation of the consequences.

We develop and use state-of-the-art numerical modelling techniques as well as using advanced geological, geophysical, remote sensing and geochemical data collection and analysis techniques.

Find out who we are, what exciting research we do, and how you could join us.