Who We Are:
As a recognized leader in space science research and spacecraft instrumentation, avionics, and electronics, we are helping to reveal the secrets of our solar system and the universe.
Objectives of this Role:
- Spacecraft Instrumentation and Data Analysis
Daily and Monthly Responsibilities:
- Participate in and carry-out original research in experimental space physics and supporting laboratory experiments.
- Support the development, testing, and calibration of energetic neutral atom and plasma instruments to be flown on upcoming heliophysics or planetary missions.
- Interact with Institute Staff engaged in a broad range of observational, computational, and theoretical research in the physics of the solar wind, energetic neutral atoms, suprathermal and energetic particles.
- Publish original research and results in peer-reviewed scientific
- Requires a PhD with a 3.00 GPA in experimental physics, space physics, or directly related physics degree
- Graduate work in related experimental physics
- Graduate work and ability to program and utilize software tools such as Simion and Lua, LabView, TRIM, Geant4, IDL, C, Python, or MATLAB