PhD theses


Daniel Junco, 2018. Deformation of geothermal reservoirs: A case study in the Hengill geothermal area using satellite geodesy

Joaquin M. C. Belart, 2018. Mass balance of Icelandic glaciers in variable climate


Frosti Pálsson, 2017. Image Fusion in Remote Sensing and Quality Evaluation of Fused Images

Gabriele Cavallaro, 2016. Spectral-Spatial Classification of Remote Sensing Optical Data with Morphological Attribute Profiles using Parallel and Scalable Methods

Vincent Drouin, 2016. Constraints on deformation processes in Iceland from space geodesy: seasonal load variations, plate spreading, volcanoes and geothermal fields


Birgir Vilhelm Óskarsson, 2015. Volcanological studies of Neogene flood basalt groups in eastern Iceland

Jakob Sigurðsson, 2015. Hyperspectral Unmixing Using Total Variation and Sparse Methods

Nicola Falco, 2015. Advanced Spectral and Spatial Techniques for Hyperspectral Image Analysis and Classification

Pedram Ghamsi, 2015. Spectral and Spatial Classification of Hyperspectral Data


Hrafnhildur Hannesdóttir, 2014. Variations of southeast Vatnajökull, past, present and future

Rasti Behnood, 2014. Sparse Hyperspectral Image Modeling and Restoration


Ásta Rut Hjartardóttir, 2013. Fissure swarms of the Northern Volcanic Rift Zone, Iceland.

Emmanuel Pagneux, 2011. Floods in the Ölfusá basin, Iceland: A geographic contribution to the assessment of flood hazard and management of flood risk

Judicael Decriem, 2011. Crustal deformation from geodetic techniques:  Earthquakes and plate movements in the South Iceland Seismic Zone

Ívar Örn Benediktsson, 2011. End moraines and ice-marginal processes of surge-type glaciers

Marie Keiding, 2009. Stress and strain of a plate boundary- the Reykjanes peninsula, SW Iceland