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Interview with Julia Wagemann

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Interview with Julia Wagemann
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Release Date2024
LanguageEnglish
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Production Year2023
Production PlaceWageningen

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Julia Wagemann (PhD) is an independent consultant in the Earth Observation domain who works across strategy, user engagement, and training of Big Earth Data and cloud-based services. Her work is in the intersection between data providers and users aiming to make large volumes of Earth data better accessible and used. For the past four years, she has trained more than 1600 Earth Observation and climate practitioners. Prior to her consulting work, she worked for the European Space Agency (ESA) and the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF). In 2022, she received her PhD from the University of Marburg. In her doctoral research, she started a new research field that aims to better understand users of Big Earth data and cloud-based services and their training needs. She initiated and co-founded the professional network Women+ in Geospatial to make the geospatial community more diverse and equal. Since 2019, the network has grown to a global community of more than 4600 women+ in the geospatial domain.