Tamara Ivelja (b. 1986, female) is a Geodesy and Geoinformatics engineer, land survey and remote sensing data analysis specialist. She holds BEng (2009) and MEng (2011) degrees in Geodesy and Geoinformatics from Faculty of Geodesy, the University of Zagreb where she is currently a Ph.D. student. She is also attending Postgraduate Specialist study of Information Security at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. She worked as a researcher on the EU FP7 project TIRAMISU (2012-2016). During the project, she was working on the development of multisensor acquisition systems and data analysis methods on hyperspectral and multispectral imagery. During 2014 MEng Ivelja led operations of two Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems teams in a survey of minefields damaged by flooding, torrents, and landslides in project Mine Action. After the Floods – Regional Sinergy, Technology Development and Capacity Building founded by the Croatian Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. She is well-experienced in project management methodologies, especially risk analysis and mitigation. She is a lecturer with Zagreb University of Applied Sciences where she worked as a Project Centre Coordinator.