G-Chaser - Thesis on the NASA rocket!
Are you starting your master's degree this autumn and looking for a unique opportunity? We are recruiting two talented and highly motivated bachelor students to do a rocket thesis. You can fly your thesis on the NASA rocket!
G Chaser is a part of the Grand Challenge Initiative
We are recruiting two talented and highly motivated bachelor students to do a rocket thesis. You will take part in all aspects of a rocket mission; from building and preparing a scientific instrument, through testing and integration of the instrument on the rocket, to the actual launch and post flight data analysis. The G-Chaser student rocket will be launched from Andøya Space Center in January 2019 as part of the Grand Challenge Initiative (GCI).
For more information on the GCI and the G-Chaser student rocket visit: http://www.grandchallenge.no
This opportunity is open to students who plan to apply for a master's degree program in Space Physics or ELDAT (elektronikk og datateknologi) starting 2017. Since the GCI project starts with a kick-off camp at Andøya Space Center in May 2017, we need to recruite two motivated students now.
If you already know that you want to be a rocket scientist, you are invited to send an application by e-mail to Ketil Røed (firstname.lastname@example.org). The application must include
All document must be submitted in PDF format.
- a motivation letter where you explain why you are the perfect candidate for this project. The motivation letter must be written in english.
- a CV,
- a transcript of records (karakterutskrift),
- an overview of the course you are taking this semester.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15th.
More information will be given during the 4DSPACE information meeting on Monday, Febuary 6th, at 13:00 in the Store Fysiske Auditorium, Fysikkbygningen.
You can also contact Ketil Røed directly on e-mail email@example.com.