Dr. Stefanie Trümper is scientific officer at GERICS since June 2021. She supports the work of the director, who acts as one of three co-chairs of the Science Platform Sustainability 2030 (wpn 2030). The platform provides a central forum for science to engage with representatives from politics, business, and society on urgent issues pertaining to sustainability policy. Furthermore, Stefanie Trümper designs and organizes various formats dealing with sustainability and transformation topics.
Previously, she was personal assistant to the President at HafenCity University Hamburg (HCU) and research associate at the German Climate Consortium (DKK) in Berlin, where she led the conception and coordination of the K3 Congress on "Climate Communication in Times of Social Transformation."
Stefanie Trümper received her PhD in communication studies at the University of Hamburg in 2016. There she was actively involved in research and teaching at the Institute for Journalism and Communication Studies and the Cluster of Excellence "Integrated Climate System Analysis and Prediction" (CliSAP).
After her doctorate, she worked in the operational coordination of the Hamburg Open Online University and conducted research at the Technical University of Hamburg on digital innovation in higher education.
Stefanie Trümper studied media culture at the University of Bremen and journalism at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences.