Philipp Bernhard

Dr. Philipp Bernhard

Project scientist


Philipp Bernhard completed his M.Sc. in Physics at ETH Zürich, Switzerland, and later earned his Ph.D. focusing on Arctic permafrost thaw using TanDEM-X satellite observations. His Ph.D. research involved the generation of digital elevation models and processing SAR data to study environmental changes.

After his Ph.D., he worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at ETH Zürich, focusing on railway infrastructure monitoring through Persistent Scatterer Analysis. His main areas of interest are in analyzing the impact of thawing Arctic permafrost, glacier changes, landslides and in infrastructure monitoring using SAR data. Philipp Bernhard has led and participated in field campaigns in the permafrost regions of northern Canada and the Swiss Alps. Now at Gamma Remote Sensing, his work focuses on practical SAR applications for environmental and infrastructure projects.

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