Manuel-Lukas Diercks

Manuel-Lukas Diercks

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)


M.Sc. in Geochronology and Tectonics at the Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

Research interests

Interested in active tectonics, tectonic geomorphology, remote sensing and earthquake research. PhD on fault interaction and seismic hazard in Western Turkey, supervised by Dr. Zoe Mildon, Dr. Sarah Boulton and Dr. Ekbal Hussain (BGS).

Other research

Side projects on active tectonics and geomorphology in Central Germany and Western Slovenia.


Viscolani, A., Grützner, C., Diercks, M., Reicherter, K., & Ustaszewski, K. (2020). Late Quaternary Tectonic Activity of the Udine-Buttrio Thrust, Friulian Plain, NE Italy. Geosciences, 10(2), 84.

Diercks, M., Stanek, K., Domínguez-Gonzalez, L., & Ehling, B. (2021). Quaternary landscape evolution and tectonics in Central Germany–A case study of the Harz. Geomorphology, 107794.