The Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON) and the Joint Institute for VLBI ERIC (JIVE) announce the availability of a limited number of grants for their 2019 Summer Research Programme.
ASTRON is the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy. Its main mission is to make discoveries in radio astronomy happen, via the development of new and innovative technologies, the operation of world-class radio astronomy facilities, and the pursuit of fundamental astronomical research. Engineers and astronomers at ASTRON have an outstanding international reputation for novel technology development, and fundamental research in galactic and extra-galactic astronomy.
About the Internship:
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include conducting astronomical research under the supervision of ASTRON and JIVE staff members (possible topics of study include radio galaxies and quasars, aspects of observational cosmology, continuum and line mission/ absorption from normal and starbust galaxies, faint radio sources, pulsar timing, pulsar searching, fast radio bursts, molecular clouds, cosmic magnetism, as well as algorithm development).
Who can apply:
Only those candidates can apply who:
are available for full time (in-office) internship
are available for duration of 0 month
have relevant skills and interests
- The programme is not aimed at engineering or electronics students
- Astronomy students (graduate or advanced under-graduate) can only apply
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