California Institute of Technology
Seismological Laboratory Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences


Tobias Koehne

Tobias Koehne

Grad Student in Geophysics

MS 2018, Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas, Austin
BS 2016, Mechanical Engineering, Technical University, Munich

California Institute of Technology
Seismological Laboratory
1200 E. California Blvd., MS 252-21
So. Mudd Building, Rm 358
Pasadena, CA 91125

Phone: (626) 395-6971
Fax: (626) 564-0715


My research focuses on the use of Earth-orbiting satellite systems to improve our understanding of geophysical (near-)surface processes. My main project currently is working with Mark Simons to implement modern tools for geodetic time series analysis of large-scale, continuously-operating GNSS regional networks. Together with Zach Ross, I am also part of an ongoing investigation into how machine learning approaches can help us extract more information out of the currently available InSAR timeseries datasets. Recently, I also worked on a small study with Konstantin Batygin in the Planetary Sciences department on the dynamics and origins of retrograde Jupiter Trojans.