PhD student

Stephan Fuhrmann

Innsbruck Quaternary Research Group

PhD project
Dating of rock slope failures and rock scarps using novel and classical optical dating techniques (link)

Master thesis
Quaternary geology and landscape evolution of the eastern Karwendel Mountains (Falzthurn Valley, Tyrol)

Full CV
You can find a link to my academic CV here: curriculum vitae




Fuhrmann, S., Meyer, M., Obleitner, F, & Gliganic, L. (2022): Testing the effects of aspect and total insolation on luminescence depth profiles for rock surface exposure dating.- Radiation Measurements, 153: 106732.

Fuhrmann, S., Meyer, M., Obleitner, F. & Gliganic, L. (2021): Evaluating the parameter values of the bleaching-with-depth-model for rock surface exposure dating – an empirical approach. Ancient TL, 39, 2021 – Special Issue - LED2021 Abstracts, 5-4.

V. Fuentes-Landete, C. Mitterdorfer, P.H. Handle, G.N. Ruiz, J. Bernard, A. Bogdan, M. Seidl, K. Amann-Winkel, J. Stern, S. Fuhrmann, T. Loerting (2015): Crystalline and amorphous ices. Proceedings of the International School of Physics “Enrico Fermi“, Volume 187: Water: Fundamentals as the Basis for Understanding the Environment and Promoting Technology. Amsterdam: IOS and Bologna: SIF 2015, 173–208. doi:10.3254/978-1-61499-507-4-173