🚀 cosmodrome for ☆ launching my space and radical career (following the trajectory that even led to the Moon) ☆ further giant leaps
I have followed closely the footsteps of my inspiration and compatriot, prof. Skłodowska-Curie, and have become a physicist. As I have a rocket fuel for blood 🚀, I am employed in the German Space City (Bremen). I am currently using my energy for a PL and DE study program double degree Engineering and Management of Space Systems (EMSS) for which I established the initial contact and I am supporting it https://bit.ly/2TACDmq. I organize various events concerning the STEM curriculum, e.g. as a Yuri’s Night Board Member. I am honored to be highlighted by German Physical Society DPG as one of #175inspiriende https://bit.ly/2Wg8M3G.
Who dares wins! Bute un binnen – wagen un winnen Bremen Motto. I may have been one of the first women to leave my community in PL who was not married, went abroad, and pursued a PhD in physics at Uni Bremen. I was not recognized as a nerd passionate about ENVIRONMENTAL MODELS. I look like Penny (the Big Bang Theory), so I was assigned a role of a fashion model (walking on the catwalks) regarding my lean physique. When I experienced prejudice like this, I walked along the street of Lise Meitner who remained CURIE-OUS and STEMazing despite plenty of challenging situations and became an inspiration for the next generations of trailblazers.
Prof. Lemke climate lecturer, leader on ice chapter Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC report. We are living in Anthropocene age. In 2007, the IPCC was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, I started my PhD dedicated to understand the impact of humans on the atmosphere.