The Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) is looking for a scientific collaborator. The candidate will participate in the development of analysis techniques of GNSS measurements and atmospheric corrections.
This position is open within the Uccle Seismology-Gravimetry Service (http://seismology.be) at the Royal Observatory of Belgium. The activities of the service include instrument development, ground motion acquisition using seismic and accelerometric stations, real time monitoring, reporting and alerting of the seismic activity in and around Belgium. They also include the monitoring of the absolute gravity changes. In parallel to the monitoring duties, the SG scientists study many aspects of intraplate seismicity, ground motion and time- dependent physical properties of the upper crust. These activities are funded by the internal budget of the Royal Observatory of Belgium. This offer is made possible by the federal BRAIN.be LARGE-MEM project.
The Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) is hiring a scientific collabo- rator to participate in the activities of its solar physics and space weather group (SIDC). We seek an experienced profes- sional with a scientific background and experience in the field of solar physics and space weather. The candidate is expected to design an innovating optical system for spectral imaging.
We are looking for a scientist who will join the PI team of the ASPIICS coronagraph onboard the PROBA-3 mis- sion that will be launched in 2020. The selected candidate will participate in fulfilling the tasks of the ASPIICS science team that currently include: definition of the coronagraph characteristics in collabora- tion with the hardware team, instrument and data calibra- tion, design of science opera- tions, and preparation of the development of the software infrastructure of the PROBA-3 Science Operations Center. The successful candidate will also pursue solar physics re- search in preparation of the scientific exploitation of the ASPIICS data, and publish re- sults in refereed journals.