Space Placements in INdustry [10 opportunities]Space Placements in INdustry scheme (SPIN) Internship Varies Various, UK
The Space Placements in INdustry scheme (SPIN) has been designed to provide an introductory link for undergraduate students considering employment in the space sector and space sector organisations looking to find the most talented and enthusiastic people to ensure the future success of their businesses.
SPIN seeks to provide project placements within companies and research organisations for undergraduates in the summer of their 2nd/3rd year or 3rd/4th year from a range of disciplines of interest to employers within the space sector. It is recognised that all high tech industry sectors need STEM graduates in order to grow their business areas, and the space sector is no different. Through SpIN, the sector is ensuring that the brightest and best graduates are encouraged to focus their attention on space for their career planning.
The SPIN placements for 2017 can be found at here, they include:
Characterisation of a novel CMOS TDI image sensor, The Open University, Faculty of STEM, Milton Keynes, 6 April 2017
Characterisation of UVIS Spectrometer from in-flight data, The Open University, Faculty of STEM, Milton Keynes, 6 April 2017
Iceberg detection with satellite data, The Open University, Faculty of STEM, Milton Keynes, 6 April 2017
Visibility maps for remote sensing and surveying, The Open University, Faculty of STEM, Milton Keynes, 6 April 2017
Using satellite data to track the disintegration of Antarctic peninsula glacier Larsen C, The Open University, Faculty of STEM, Milton Keynes, 6 April 2017
A Self-Deploying Space Mast System Using Eddy Current Damping, Oxford Space Systems, Harwell, Oxfordshire, 26 March 2017
Driving Simulator Integration, Spirent Communications, Paignton, Devon, 22 March 2017
Mechanical Systems Project Activities, SSTL Ltd, Guildford, Surrey22 March 2017
Remote Sensing Flood Foresight, JBA Consulting, Oxfordshire / North Yorkshire, 15 March 2017
Software for Nanosatellite System, Open Cosmos, Harwell,15 April 2017
We welcome applications from students of all disciplines who are enthusiastic to work in the Space sector and are keen to develop new skills, applying and building on the knowledge they’ve acquired in their studies to date.
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