Robert Siegmund is a founding member of Space2Live and part of the Executive Board. He holds a PhD in Geoscience and Geo-informatics and has longstanding experience in international development cooperation. For Space2Live, he manages the acquisition, processing and interpretation of satellite imagery.
Ulrich Steiner is a founding member of Space2Live and member of the Executive Board. He holds a degree in Geology and has more than 15 years’ experience in Geo-informatics and Natural Resource Management in African and Asian countries. Within Space2Live, he is responsible for finances and administration.
Hans Geißlhofer is a founding member of Space2Live and member of the Executive Board. With a degree in Spatial Planning and years-long experience in development cooperation, he is currently involved in participatory mapping projects using satellite imagery and GPS technologies.
Bernadette-Julia Felsch is a founding member of Space2Live. She holds a degree in Public Administration and Political Science and researched land laws and alternatives to conventional land right systems as part of her dissertation. Within Space2Live, she provides her expertise in legal questions around land disputes.
Bianca Schöler studied political sciences and regional management with a focus on international rural development. In her Masters dissertation, she researched land conflicts in Sumatra, Indonesia. Within Space2Live, she manages projects in South-East-Asia and is responsible for Social Media marketing.
Lisa Vlasak studied international Urban and Regional Planning with a specialization in informal land use and participation. She undertook research in Sierra Leone and carried out workshops with our partner in India. Since 2016, she manages Space2Live´s public relations.
Lisa Kathrin Polak studied Spatial Planning and specialised in international participative and cooperative town and regional planning. For her master thesis and a town district planning project in Togo she researched formal and traditional land rights. She has experience with several projects in development cooperation and supervises projects in Uganda for Space2Live.
Roland Selinger studied International Development with a focus on livelihoods and environmental protection. In his last position, he designed and carried out participatory research in India with small farmers in order to increase the focus on climate change in development aid. He supports the India projects for Space2Live in the context of seed and food security.