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Translation education Master's degree - Pennsylvania State University
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Credentials English to Spanish (universidad autonoma madrid)
Spanish to English (Educational Testing Service - TOEFL)
Spanish to English (Portland State University)
Spanish to English (Cambridge University (Lang. Degrees))
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Irene Schneider

BS Physics, MS Geosciences/Space &Planetary Sciences.

Penn State University. USA.

BS Physics, MS Geosciences (Astrobiology, Space
Radiation & Planetary Habitability) the Pennsylvania State University.

Irene Schneider is Founder & CEO of ISE –
IHRENES SPACE ENTERPRISES. With a superb team of experts, ISE is the first
commercial scientific consulting firm to specialize in offering comprehensive
space radiation protection, space radiation mission planning, and dosimetry
projections for human commercial space missions. 

Irene Schneider was born in Madrid, Spain, and is
of German Nationality. She got 2nd place in the Spanish national university
entry exams (Selectividad) in the field of pure sciences and went on to the
study pure physics in the U.S.A. to graduate with a Bachelor in Science, in
Physics (with honors) from the University of South Florida, Tampa. She was
nominated "Student of the Year" in 1998 by the American Physical
Society, she was later awarded a research internship at the Fermi National
Laboratory near Chicago, Illinois, the US. Following this, she won another
scholarship to attend the CERN Particle Accelerator School in Geneva,
Switzerland. She then earned a full doctoral research award in the field of
Nuclear Physics at the Nuclear Physics Institute in the Netherlands. Resulting
from this, Irene possesses, 2,5 years of Doctoral research in the field of
Nuclear Physics with Doctoral scholarship awarded by the University of
Groningen, The Netherlands. PhD was not completed due to problems with the
experimental set up and Irene decided to move on to accept an invite to audit
and follow courses at the University of Pennsylvania, in the US at the
Department of mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, where she studied reactor
systems and health physics tackling as well briefly nuclear powered space
systems. As her passion lied within space, she transferred her acquired
knowledge in the nuclear sciences and space sciences leading her to propose her
thesis as a junction in between both fields and on Astrobiology and planetary
space radiation environments, an innovative thesis completed at the University
of Pennsylvania, the US fully funded by the NASA Astrobiology Institute and
Penn State University.  

Irene holds a Master’s degree in Geosciences from
the Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) with a specialty in space
radiation environments and planetary habitability. Her research was focused
around the radiation environments on the Moon and Mars, and its effects on long
term human space missions in collaboration with. Dr. Francis Cucinotta, world
renowned space radiation expert and Chief radiation officer at the NASA Johnson
Space Center Professor and emeritus professor James Kasting, a world recognized
authority in planetary habitability. She also holds a BS in Physics (with
honors) from the University of South Florida (USF). 

Amongst other professional roles, Irene is
currently an independent advisor to the Aerospace Medicine Center for the
Spanish Air force, in Madrid, and has acted as expert consultant as Chief
radiation officer for the NASA funded full scale lunar analogue, together with
project lead Pablo de Leon. A simulation lunar base   designed and constructed by the University
of North Dakota, Department of Space Studies (UND), and which was finalized by
the end of 2013.

Ms. Schneider has been an invited speaker as well
at prestigious scientific meetings and conferences such as the RAMS / NATO STO
2016 and 2017, AIAA 40th International Conference on Environmental Systems ,
she has been an invited panel speaker at Newspace 2011 at NASA Ames, including
other public outreach oriented events such as the "The Advanced Space Suit
Symposium" at the Mars Society International convention the Solar System
offered by La Caixa scientific foundation in Spain, Madrid Center for
Astrobiology research CAB-NASA, World space week 2014 Round table debate on
planet Mars, NASA-Inta Madrid MDSCC in Spain as well as has been invited as
special scientific guest on the national popular TV show “Cuarto Milenio” which
broadcasts as well into the South American continent amongst her latest public
appearances. Irene is as well a regular invited guest at The Space Show" a
world renowned web based radio show where prominent space personalities are
interviewed to discuss current space issues. Irene Schneider has been featured
on ABC News, Telemundo ‘Al Rojo Vivo’, Channel 10 News, quoted on the United
Press International, The NASA Astrobiology network, the Astrobiology network,
the post Chronicle and other scientific related press. 

She has served as independent advisor to the
Spanish Airforce Aerospace Medicine Center in matters of space issues, is
currently a scientific advisor the Lifeboat Foundation Space Settlement board,
and has been a member of the AIAA, The American Geophysical Union, The American
Nuclear Society, The Planetary Society, The American Institute of Physics
(Sigma Phi Sigma), The National Space Society (NSS), The Space Frontier
Foundation (SFF), and has 15 hours of flying lessons, and she is as well a
certified PADI scuba diver. She is an art connoisseur and loves to learn about
healthy lifestyle, luxury travel and sports and fitness.


Profile last updated
Aug 14, 2018

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