Investigació bàsica i aplicada a les àrees de treball clàssiques de la Geodèsia, la Teledetecció i Fotogrametria, la Topografia, i, en general, totes les relacionades amb la informació geogràfica i la seva representació cartogràfica. Però amb especial atenció als nous sensors i tècniques per la captura, processat, emmagatzematge i tractament de la informació geogràfica: sistemes GNSS (GPS, GALILEO,...), sensors Làser Escàner (LIDAR, terrestre i aeri), altimetria i captura d’imatges per satèl·lit, avaluació de riscos naturals emprant GIS, etc.

Persona de contacte del grup: Josep A. Gili Ripoll.

Recent Submissions

  • Vegetation filtering using colour for monitoring applications from photogrammetric data 

    Núñez Andrés, María Amparo; Prades Valls, Albert; Buill Pozuelo, Felipe (Scitepress, 2021)
    Conference lecture
    Open Access
    Photogrammetry is one of the widest techniques used to monitor terrain changes which occur due to natural process and geological natural risk zones. In order to carry out terrain monitoring, it is necessary to eliminate ...
  • Past, present and future monitoring at the Vallcebre landslide (Eastern Pyrenees, Spain) 

    Gili Ripoll, José Antonio; Corominas Dulcet, Jordi; Moya Sánchez, José; Crosetto, Michele; Montserrat, Oriol (2021-01)
    Article
    Open Access
    Works carried out to monitor the displacements of the Vallcebre landslide (Pyrenees range, NE of Spain) since 1987 are presented. The landslide, which extends over an area of about 0.8 km2 and affects more than 20 × 106 ...
  • Effect of climate change on slope stability: a numerical analysis using predictions of the Catalan Pyrenees 

    Rodríguez, Stephania; Puig i Polo, Càrol; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Vaunat, Jean; Hurlimann Ziegler, Marcel (International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE), 2021)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    The effect of climate change on soil loss processes in mountainous areas represents a current and critical problem. In this work, this issue is addressed through the analysis of the stability of different types of slopes ...
  • Effect of land cover and climate changes on rainfall-induced landslides: regional-scale modelling in the Val d’Aran (Pyrenees, Spain) 

    Hurlimann Ziegler, Marcel; Medina Iglesias, Vicente César de; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Vaunat, Jean; Puig i Polo, Càrol; Moya Sánchez, José (International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE), 2021)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    The analysis of the impacts of future environmental changes on rainfall-induced landslides is of great importance. Recent studies have shown that these changes will affect the frequency and magnitude of shallow slides and ...
  • TLS measurements of initial imperfections of steel frames for structural analysis within BIM-enabled platforms 

    Chacón Flores, Rolando Antonio; Puig i Polo, Càrol; Real Saladrigas, Esther (2021-05)
    Article
    Open Access
    Terrestrial Laser Scanners (TLS) provide manifold possibilities in construction sites. In buildings assembled with steel frames, the “as-built” configuration of the structure can be virtualized by means of TLS measurements ...
  • Slope orientation and vegetation effects on soil thermo-hydraulic behavior: an experimental study 

    Oorthuis Gómez, Raül; Vaunat, Jean; Hurlimann Ziegler, Marcel; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Moya Sánchez, José; Puig i Polo, Càrol; Fraccica, Alessandro (2021-01)
    Article
    Open Access
    The stability and erosion of natural and man-made slopes is influenced by soil-vegetation-atmosphere interactions and the thermo-hydro-mechanical slope conditions. Understanding such interactions at the source of slope ...
  • Terrestrial laser scanner for the formal assessment of a roman-medieval structure—The Cloister of the Cathedral of Tarragona (Spain) 

    Buill Pozuelo, Felipe; Núñez Andrés, María Amparo; Costa Jover, Agustí; Moreno García, David; Puche Fontanilles, Josep Maria; Macias Solé, Josep Maria (2020-10-28)
    Article
    Open Access
    The use of massive data capture techniques in architectural heritage has enhanced the development of new methodologies that have an important impact on their conservation and understanding. The research proposes the study ...
  • Analysis of fragmentation of rock blocks from real-scale tests 

    Ruiz Carulla, Roger; Corominas Dulcet, Jordi; Gili Ripoll, José Antonio; Matas Casado, Gerard; Lantada, Nieves; Moya Sánchez, José; Prades Valls, Albert; Núñez Andrés, María Amparo; Buill Pozuelo, Felipe; Puig i Polo, Càrol (2020-08)
    Article
    Open Access
    Real-scale fragmentation tests provide high quality data in order to study the fragmentation pattern of rock blocks. In the tests carried out, the initial rock mass, in terms of both volume and shape, was reconstructed by ...
  • Simulation of full-scale rockfall tests with a fragmentation model 

    Matas Casado, Gerard; Lantada, Nieves; Corominas Dulcet, Jordi; Gili Ripoll, José Antonio; Ruiz Carulla, Roger; Prades Valls, Albert (2020-05)
    Article
    Open Access
    In this paper, we present the upgraded version of RockGIS, a stochastic program for the numerical simulation of rockfalls and their fragmentation, based on a fractal model. The code has been improved to account for a range ...
  • El proyecto de desmontes en macizos rocosos 

    Alonso Pérez de Agreda, Eduardo; Gili Ripoll, José Antonio (1989)
    Article
    Open Access
    La importancia que en numerosas obras de infraestructura tienen los desmontes en terreno rocoso, determina la necesidad de emplear métodos de proyecto basados en observaciones de campo, determinación de propiedades resistentes ...
  • Two decades of GPS/GNSS and DInSAR monitoring of Cardona salt mines (NE of Spain) – natural and mining-induced mechanisms and processes 

    Rodriguez Llovera, Xavier; Puig i Polo, Càrol; Lantada, Nieves; Gili Ripoll, José Antonio; Marturiá Alavedra, Jordi (2020-04)
    Article
    Open Access
    Cardona area presents surface rising and subsidence active movements. In 1999 a series of sinkholes appeared due to the infiltration of Cardener River water into the mine tunnels, damaging surface infrastructures. Since ...
  • Seismic risk assessment using stochastic nonlinear models 

    Vargas Alzate, Yeudy Felipe; Lantada, Nieves; González Drigo, José Ramón; Pujades Beneit, Lluís (2020-02)
    Article
    Open Access
    The basic input when seismic risk is estimated in urban environments is the expected physical damage level of buildings. The vulnerability index and capacity spectrum-based methods are the tools that have been used most ...

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