Guest lecture by Dr. Elisabeth Schoepfer

Guest lecture by Dr. Elisabeth Schoepfer

June 21, 2023

Guest lecture by Dr. Elisabeth Schoepfer

 

 

On 21st June 2023 Dr. Elisabeth Schoepfer from the German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD) of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) gave a guest lecture on “Managing large international research projects” in the frame of the EAGLE course “Science from wall to wall – from proposal to publication (04-GEO-SOS8). In her lecture she summarized the importance, complexity and challenges of project management on the example of the BMBF-funded projects RIESGOS and its successor RIESGOS 2.0. After a brief introduction to the projects where different experts from Germany, Chile, Ecuador and Peru work together on scenario-based multi-risk assessment in the Andes region, Dr. Schoepfer shared her experiences and gave insights how project management plays a crucial role in the overall success of a joint project.

 

 

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