Kesätöitä/Summer jobs

Helsingin yliopiston avaruusfysiikan ryhmässä on useita kesätyöpaikkoja tarjolla. Kesätyöt liittyvät avaruussääsimulaatio Vlasiaattorin parissa työskentelyyn ja auringonpurkausten tutkimiseen koronassa ja planeettainvälisessä avaruudessa. Projekteissa on mahdollisuus työskennellä sekä mallintamisen, että data-analyysin parissa. Plussaa Python-ohjelmointikielen hallinnasta ja plasmafysiikan perusteiden tuntemisesta, mutta nämä eivät ole vaatimuksena. Kesätyön pohjalta on mahdollisuus tehdä kandityö tai pro-gradu.

Ota yhteyttä: Minna.Palmroth (a) Helsinki.fi (Vlasiator) and Emilia.Kilpua (a) Helsinki.fi (auringonpurkaukset)

Hakemukset Flamman kautta (Hakuajan jälkeen tulevissa mahdollisissa hakemuksissa ota yhteyttä Minnaan ja/tai Emiliaan)

University of Helsinki Space Physics research team offers several great summer job possibilities. Summer trainees will work with space weather simulation Vlasiator and with the projects investigating solar eruptions in the corona and interplanetary space. Both projects dealing with modelling and data analysis are possible. Experience with Python and basics of plasma physics are a plus, but not required. Summer trainee positions offer an excellent chance also for BSc and MSc theses topics.

information: Minna.Palmroth (a) Helsinki.fi (Vlasiator) and Emilia.Kilpua (a) Helsinki.fi (solar eruptions)

Apply through Flamma (for late applications contact Minna and/or Emilia)

 

Assistant professor/Associate Professor/Professor position in space physics

Faculty of Science invites applicants for an Assistant professor/Associate Professor/Professor position in space physics. Deadline for applications is 15 February 2018.

For more information please see https://www.helsinki.fi/en/open-positions/assistant-professorassociate-professorprofessor-space-physics

The post is tied to our new Centre of Excellence in Research of Sustainable Space.

“Space Corridor” at Exactum now officially opened

The Space Corridor inauguration party was organised on Thursday afternoon.  This event was also a perfect way to welcome several new researchers who have recently joined the UH Space Physics team. The party organising committee  had planned fun activities for getting to know each other better. We also voted for the best door sign and brainstormed for a name for our conference room.

Getting to know each other.
Our meeting room was named “Koskinen’s Korner” to honour Hannu Koskinen, a long-time space physics professor at the University of Helsinki and space pioneer in Finland.
Party committee Matti, Erika and Eleanna