- American Astronomical Society’s 240th Meeting: Plenary Lecture Building the Future of Radio Science with the Arecibo Observatory by Dr. Héctor Arce. 28 Jul, 2022
- TRENDS 202227 Jul, 2022
- Advancing IDEA in Planetary Science 27 Jul, 2022
- The Arecibo Observatory: An Engine for Science and Scientists in Puerto Rico and Beyond27 Jul, 2022
- Cryogenic Frontend work for the 12m telescope entering phase II21 Jul, 2022
- A Parkes “Murriyang” Search for Pulsars and Fast Transients in the Large Magellanic Cloud 11 Jul, 2022
- A Comparison of Multiphase Magnetic Field Tracers in a High Galactic Latitude Region of the Filamentary Interstellar Medium 11 Jul, 2022
- The First Observation of Additional Ionospheric Layers Over Arecibo Using an Incoherent Scatter Radar11 Jul, 2022
- Decoding the star forming properties of gas-rich galaxy pairs11 Jul, 2022
- Crater Ejecta Across Maxwell Montes, Venus, and Possible Effects on Future Rock Type Measurements 11 Jul, 2022
- On Single-pulse Energies of Some Bright Pulsars Observed at 1.7 GHz11 Jul, 2022
- Probing the Local Interstellar Medium with Scintillometry of the Bright Pulsar B1133 + 16 11 Jul, 2022
- Arecibo Celebrates National Engineers Week 06 Apr, 2022
- The Arecibo Observatory at the Upcoming 240th American Astronomical Society Meeting06 Apr, 2022
- The Arecibo Observatory Survey Salvage Committee Report06 Apr, 2022
- Facilities and Operations Update06 Apr, 2022
Job Summary/Basic Function: The University of Central Florida (UCF) and the Department of Planetary Radar Group at the Arecibo Observatory (AO) invites applications for the Research Intern position. The intern will participate in the research activities of the planetary radar group of the Arecibo Observatory. The details of the research projects will be tailored based on the level of background knowledge and skills of the successful applicant. This is a paid (stipend) internship position for undergraduate students only (starting year 2 or more).
Education and skills:
- Pursuing a degree in Physics, Astronomy, Engineering, or Computer Sciences.
- Computer literate with Microsoft Office suite: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Any computer programming skills are considered a plus.
- Available to work 16 hours per week for 16 weeks from September to December 2020 during business hours on an on-going basis. The schedule can be flexible.
- This position will work the majority of the time remotely and the ideal candidate must have reliable internet for remote work capability.
The Arecibo Observatory, located near the town of Arecibo, Puerto Rico, is a world-class observational facility allowing for cutting-edge space research and education. The observatory hosts one of the world’s largest and most powerful single-dish radio/radar telescopes and gathers information about planets, moons, asteroids, and comets. The Arecibo Observatory is currently operated and managed by the University of Central Florida in partnership with Universidad Ana G. Mendez (UAGM) and Yang Enterprises, Inc under a cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation (NSF). To learn more about the Arecibo Observatory, visit www.naic.edu/.How to apply:
All the interested candidates must submit their resume, cover letter, or an essay explaining their interest in planetary sciences, a copy of the most recent transcript, and one reference (e.g., a professor or current or former supervisor).
To apply to this internship please send the information requested above via email: email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until August 23rd, 2020.
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