GNSS site in Rwenzori Mountains, Uganda
Our work entails measuring the Earth's surface motions with millimeter precision and using computational modeling to understand the physical processes driving Earth's volcanoes, earthquakes, and continental deformation.
Research featured in National Geographic Society story 'Mountain of God' preparing to Erupt.
Virginia Tech Department of Geosciences welcomes new Department Chair Professor Steve Holbrook
The Geodesy and Tectonophysics Laboratory welcomes new PhD student Emmanuel Njinju Fall 2017
Stamps became a 2017-2018 NSF Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics Distinguished Lecturer
Stamps awarded 2016-2017 EarthCube Community Service and Leadership Award
$1.4 million transdisciplinary NSF EarthCube Integration project approved for funding and led by our group
Josh Jones promoted to PhD graduate student
Short-course and keynote at the 2017 AfricaArray Meeting
The Geodesy and Tectonophysics Laboratory welcomes undergraduate researcher Ms. ThaoVy Nguyen
The Geodesy and Tectonophysics Laboratory welcomes undergraduate researcher Mr. Sean Malloy