Jobs

We are looking for a scientist who will join the PI team of the ASPIICS coronagraph onboard the PROBA-3 mission that will be launched in mid-2023. The selected candidate will participate in fulfilling the tasks of the ASPIICS science team that currently include: development of the software infrastructure of the PROBA-3 Science Operations Center, preparation of the data calibration, design of the instrument in-flight calibration, and the design of science operations. The successful candidate will also pursue solar physics research in preparation of the scientific exploitation of the ASPIICS data, and publish results in refereed journals.

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The Royal Observatory of Belgium is looking for a scientist for its activities in the frame of the STCE (Solar Terrestrial Center of Excellence)

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The Royal Observatory of Belgium is looking for a scientist for its activities in the frame of the PRODEX contract GRASS (GRAvimeter for exploration of Small Solar system bodies).

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The Operational Directorate “Solar Physics and Space Weather” of the Royal Observatory of Belgium, in Brussels, is looking for a collaborator to help developing and operating its set of solar radio experiments of the Humain radioastronomy station. The Observatory currently runs several spectrographs and flux patrol systems monitoring, on a daily basis, the level of solar activity over a large frequency range. These data are used for scientific and operational activities linked to the surveillance of the space weather conditions.

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Seismologist experienced in human-induced seismicity for a five-year position at the Royal Observatory of Belgium.

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