Tim Hildebrandt specialised in risk management, digitalisation and data analysis during his studies at the Hertie School and the Johns Hopkins University. Prior to joining the Hertie School, he completed a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Law at the University of Bremen and spent one year abroad at the Javeriana University in Bogotá. His professional experience includes assisting the German development agency GIZ’s expert team for disaster risk management as well as completing internships at the German Embassy and at the International Crisis Group in Bogotá, where he contributed to research projects on the Colombian peace process. Furthermore, he served the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) for a decade and did his civil service in the Dominican Republic.
Master’s thesis title
Does remote sensing improve disaster risk analysis in fragile contexts?