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Andrea Schaub

After training as a graphic and web designer and obtaining a degree in information and communication sciences at the University of Applied Sciences Cologne, Andrea Schaub became an online editor at the CrossMedia section of the Communications department at DLR Cologne in March 2005.

As a multimedia editor, creating content such as animations, web video and journalistic contributions such as reports, portraits and podcasts excite her. In her role as a portal manager and online editor, she is, together with other editors, responsible for editing and producing multimedia content for the DLR web portal as well as managing regular projects for the redesign and development of the DLR web portal and the rollout of new designs to approximately 80 sites of DLR institutions, facilities and projects. In addition, she oversees the tablet editions of the crossmedia DLR magazine, which next to the DLR web portal, is one of the most important products in the DLR communications portfolio.

The CrossMedia sections aims at contemporary public relations, and thus targets groups via directional and bi-directional communication over multiple content, design and editorial linked channels.

Posts from Andrea Schaub

IGARSS 2012 Blog | 24. July 2012

Ein Blick auf die IGARSS 2012

Vor Beginn der IGARSS haben wir Ihnen hier im Blog Bilder versprochen, die Ihnen Eindrücke von der weltgrößten Konferenz für Erdbeobachtung und Fernerkundung in München vermitteln soll. Mit der Bildergalerie wollen wir unser Versprechen einlösen. Sie zeigt Ihnen Impressionen von der Konferenz und dem Gemeinschaftsstand von DLR und ESA. Dafür haben wir in den letzten Tagen mit Wissenschaftlern gesprochen, Stände von Partner-Organisationen besucht und Interviews mit Experten geführt. read more

IGARSS 2012 Blog | 24. July 2012

A glimpse of IGARSS 2012 through Flickr

Some days ago, before the start of IGARSS 2012, we mentioned that we would try to give you a feel for the symposium. In the past few days, we have been talking to people, visiting stands and capturing some of the essence of this 32nd IGARSS symposium, the second one held in Munich. read more

IGARSS 2012 Blog | 21. July 2012

Off to Munich for IGARSS

Munich is a beautiful city, attracting about 70 million people from around the world every year. Starting tomorrow, the International Congress Centre will be home to scientists from around the globe contributing roughly 2000 papers on the topic ‘Remote Sensing for a Dynamic Earth’. The schedule is filled with exciting presentations, tutorials and poster sessions unveiling the latest achievements in this exciting field. And just as all the attendees will soon be doing, we have packed our bags and are getting ready for this magnificent event. read more