Mike Lindner, M.Sc.

Mike Lindner studied geophysics (B.Sc. and M.Sc.) with focus in the field of seismology as well as natural hazards and risks. Several stays abroad in Japan at the Tohoku University including a student's project work on volcanic seismology and preparation of the master thesis in cooperation with the Laboratory for Earthquake Engineering (IRIDeS).

At the moment he writes his Ph.D. thesis in the General Geophysics Working Group on Regional Moments Tensor Inversion and project partner at H2020 DARE.


  • DARE Project: Development and implementation of (geo)scientific use cases for big data analysis
  • Seismology: seismic source inversion of regional wave data (RMT)
  • Natural hazards and risks: real-time analysis of intensities (inactive)


  • Practicals: Seismology
  • Institute Seminar
  • Practicals: In Situ Seismic Hazard Assessment in the Apennines
  • Geophysical Fieldcourse: Magnetics


Nachhaltige und partizipative Transformationsprozesse in der (Online-)Lehre – Das Beispiel des Programms „Research Infrastructures in Research-Oriented Teaching“
Heß, K.; Kemm, Y.; Lindner, M.; Mayer, M.; Schneider, L.; et al.
2022, September 7. 50. dghd-Jahrestagung „Transformationen. Perspektiven auf eine postdigitale Hochschullehre“ (2022), Paderborn, Germany, September 6–9, 2022