Stephanie Tumampos chosen as one of 2024 Women shaping the Earth Sciences

Exemplifying leadership in the Earth Sciences field, Radiant Earth Foundation (REF) has selected Stephanie Tumampos as one of the 10 women leaders recognizing their leadership and contribution to cloud-native geospatial technologies. The list was announced on March 8, in celebration of 2024 International Women’s Day.

This year's selection by the Radiant Earth Foundation  (REF) has chosen and recognized LMF doctoral student, Stephanie Tumampos as one of 10 women leaders in leveraging cloud-native geospatial technologies.

"Building on the legacy of past awardees (see the 20232022, and 2021 cohorts), this year’s cohort exemplifies leadership in leveraging cloud-native geospatial technologies, an advancement as cloud computing reshapes Earth science," REF shared in their post.

"Stephanie’s multifaceted contributions to research, science communication, and leadership exemplify her dedication to advancing Earth science and fostering a supportive and inclusive community within the field," REF added. 

Stephanie is under the Joint Academy of Doctoral Studies (JADS) of the International Graduate School of Science and Engineering (IGSSE) under the supervision of Prof. Marco Körner  and Prof. Dr. Martin Werner. Her project, MoPreAnESD is in collaboration with Imperial College London under the supervision of Professor Almut Veraart and Professor Dan Crisan.

She also serves as the Chief of Publicity & PR of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, member of the IDEA and DEIAB Committee, as well as the host of Down to Earth: A podcast for Geoscientists by Geoscientists. She is also part of the International Society for Digital Earth as their Youth Ambassador.