- Research fellow at the department of remote sensing focusing in the fields of forestry and natural disasters
- Currently working in the projects HANNIBAL and KLEO and coordinating the group of natural hazards and risk research
Klaus Granica was awarded a Msc by the Karl-Franzens University in Graz for his studies in Geography and History. He was employed as managing director for 3 years at the SALE-Steiermark.
Since 1992, Klaus Granica works as a senior scientist and project manager with JOANNEUM RESEARCH at the Institute of Digital Image Processing. His areas of experience and interest comprise the digital classification of remote sensing data mainly in the fields of forestry and natural disasters.
From 1995-1996 he was engaged within an EU Project (Landslides and Mudflows, Development of Operational Remote Sensing Tools for Mapping, Monitoring, and Mitigation of Mass Movements) at the University of Technology in Dresden/Germany. During this period he visited the University in Bristol, UK, Centre of Remote Sensing, und the ITC (The International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences) in Enschede/NL.