Dr. rer. nat. Gerrit Tombrink

Data Scientist and Earth Scientist

For more than six years I have been involved in method development as well as qualitative and quantitative data analysis. My area of expertise is the interdisciplinary connection of data science with my other passion – the earth sciences.

For data analysis and visualization, including the development of machine learning processes, I mainly use Python. R, SQL, Tableau, Power BI and GIS are also part of my daily tools for data preparation and analysis. Taking these technologies into account, I would also be happy to answer your data-centric questions.

Feel free to contact me via my website or via Linkedin or Xing. You can also see my open source projects on Github.


Work experience

  • Since 06/2021: Freelance Data Scientist
    Data Science and Geoanalytics

  • 09/2018 to 05/2021: Geospatial Data Scientist
    Consulting, geodata analysis and development of deep learning methods
    German Alpine Club, Cartography

  • 2017: Geo Data Analyst
    Wrangling, exploration and backup of geodata in databases
    Terranea UG

  • 2011 to 2015: Scientific Research Assistant
    GIS analyzes, research, teaching and organization in the field of high mountain geomorphology
    Georg-August-Universität Göttingen


  • 2011 to 2017: Doctor of Natural Sciences
    Geomorphology and Quaternary Science
    Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

  • 2016 to 2017: Postgraduate professional training “UNIGIS professional“
    Paris-Lodron-Universität Salzburg

  • 2005 to 2011: Diploma in Geography
    Georg-August-Universität Göttingen


  • 2020: TensorFlow in Practice Specialization
    Coursera, deeplearning.ai

  • 2020: Deep Learning Specialization
    Coursera, deeplearning.ai

  • 2018: Data Analyst Nanodegree


  • 10/2018, G. Tombrink, Proglacial streams and their chronology in the glacier forefields of the Himalayas. E&G Quaternary Science Journal

  • 01/2018, G. Tombrink, Der glazifluviale Formenschatz im Gletschervorfeld des Himalaya und der Versuch einer relativ-zeitlichen Einordnung. Dissertation, http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1735-0000-002E-E317-A

  • 07/2017, G. Tombrink, Flood events and their effects in a Himalayan mountain river: Geomorphological examples from the Buri Gandaki Valley, Nepal. Journal of Mountain Science, 14, (7), 1303–1316, DOI: 10.1007/s11629-016-4154-5, including cover photo and story

  • 07/2011, G. Tombrink, Holocene River Dynamics in a glacial Himalaya transverse valley (Manaslu-Himal). INQUA, Bern
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