The Geostatistics Laboratory was founded in 2002, and it is headed by Prof. Dionissios Hristopulos  (PhD).  (A personal but not quite up-to-date web-site is found at this link.)

The GSLAB lab members have expertise in the following areas: 

  1. Development of novel Geostatistical methods
  2. Fast algorithms for reconstruction of missing data
  3. Interpolation and simulation of scattered spatial data
  4. Numerical and theoretical models for random media
  5. Stochastic models of transport and other physical processes
  6. Statistics of interevent times between extreme events such as earthquakes

Some typical applications of interest include the following:

  1. Quantitative analysis of groundwater level variability (e.g., Messara valley of Crete)
  2. Estimates of mineral resources reserves (e.g., lignite fields of Western Greece)
  3. Statistical models of seismic risk assessment
  4. Analysis of GPS time series
  5. Environmental risk assessment based on geostatistical analysis
  6. Geostatistical analysis of precipitation
  7. Statistical models of mechanical strength and fracture