… introduce a variety of different job perspectives for marine and climate scientists.
We invite people who have a background in marine and/or climate sciences in their widest sense and who are now successful working in academia and (mostly) other fields. These can be people with a position in industry, but also consultants, entrepreneurs, people writing for science journals or working in science museums and similar.Participants get the chance to ask questions and have an informal discussion with the speaker.
The career chats aim to support you in making up your mind where you could work after your PhD, provide valuable insights into the non-academic world and spread optimism when thinking about your own future.
Even if you are not interested in the particular job someone introduces, their experiences may still be a valuable inspiration for your own career.
|25 January 2022||Dr. Neele Meyer||science communication officer at Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8° Ost|
|12 May 2021||Dr. Mischa Ungermann||senior data scientist at planblue GmbH, Bremen|
|18 February 2021||Dr. Helga van der Jagt||marine ecologist at Bureau Waardenburg BV, Wageningen, the Netherlands|
|14 December 2020||Dr. Stefan Wenau||geophysicist at Fraunhofer IWES in Bremerhaven|
|23 November 2020||Dr. Valeriia Kirillova||environmental consultant at ERM - Environmental Resources Management GmbH in Frankfurt a.M.|
|29 October 2020||Dr. Natalie Höppner||science communicator at European Science Communication Institute [ESCI] GmbH in Oldenburg|
|20 October 2020||Dr. Judith Neumann||first secretary for climate, environmental and urban affairs at the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Washington, D.C., USA|
|11 March 2020||Prof. Dr. Nina Stark||associate professor of civil and environmental engineering in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA|