Markus Eichhorn

Markus studied geoinformatics. Through GIS development, he discovered his passion for geospatial data and developed into an expert in geomarketing, remote sensing and the strategic use of geospatial data. He is also a Level C IPMA certified project manager.

Carmen Tawalika

Carmen studied geography and has been with mundialis since its inception. She is a supporter of open source and the main developer of actinia. She also takes over the Technical Lead at mundialis.

Dr. Markus Metz

Markus Metz received his PhD in biology from the University of Oldenburg and came to GIS and remote sensing via biogeography and is a long-time developer of the core components of GRASS GIS. At mundialis, he is the specialist for all topics related to remote sensing.

Anika Weinmann

Anika studied geodesy and geoinformation at the University of Bonn. It specializes in solving remote sensing analysis using Deep Learning techniques.

Jan Orzekowsky

Jan studied computer science at the Technical University of Cologne. He worked as a system administrator at terrestris GmbH & Co KG for three years before joining mundialis.

Guido Riembauer

Guido studied Geoinformation & Visualization at the University of Potsdam and worked, among others, in the ESA Earth Observation Program before joining mundialis. He supports mundialis in development and data analysis and is specialized in radar remote sensing.

Julia Haas

Julia studied geography at the University of Bonn. She came to geospatial data and remote sensing via environmental monitoring and sustainability analysis. It supports mundialis in the analysis of massive data volumes with a focus on time series analysis and process automation.

Momen Mawad

Momen studied IWRM at the TH Köln, where he worked intensively on GIS mapping and data analysis. He is a passionate computer scientist and specializes in the development of QGIS plugins and web-based maps.

Lina Krisztian

Lina studied Geodetic Engineering at the University of Bonn with the profile Geodetic Earth System Science and Data Analysis. It addressed the temporal prediction of river levels for flooding using remote sensing data and machine learning techniques.

Dr. Elisabeth Panzenböck

Elisabeth received her PhD in physics from the University of Göttingen and Nara Women’s University in Nara, Japan. She has worked in mission operations at the German Space Operations Center (GSOC) as well as the National Coordinator for Space Weather at DLR, among other positions. Since the beginning of 2023, she has been supporting mundialis as a project manager.