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2024 Summer Jobs at the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering

The Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering (ELE) conducts research and arranges related courses in the field of electromagnetics, micro and nanotechnology, radio engineering, and space technology featuring an international team of over 150 researchers and research assistants. The department is part of the Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering (Aalto ELEC) with world-class research facilities and instruments.

The ELE department is now looking for Bachelor or Master students for several

SUMMER JOB POSITIONS

How to apply?

Please submit your application through our recruitment system by using the "Apply” link on this page.

If you are currently employed by Aalto University: Please submit your application directly in the Workday system, using your existing user account (by writing “Find jobs” in the Workday search field).

Please include the following documents in your application:

  • CV
  • Application letter – please include a brief introduction of yourself and preferred start and end dates for employment
  • Transcript of study records

You can apply for min. 1 or max. 5 of the open positions. You will be asked to prioritise your choices, using the position codes. You will find each position code after the name of the position in the list below - please remember your choices when you move forward with your application.

Depending on the position, the summer job can last for max. 4 months and is carried out between May and September 2024. Please note that these positions are available for bachelor and master students only.

If you are interested in any of the positions, we are really looking forward to hearing from you – please submit your application as soon as possible, but latest on 29 February 2024. We will start reviewing candidates immediately, and the positions will be filled as soon as suitable candidates are found.

In any recruitment process related questions, please contact HR Generalist Patrik Viitala ([email protected]), including “ELE Summer Jobs 2024” in the email title.

Please find detailed descriptions of the open positions by research group below:

MICROWAVE AND INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN

ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION – Learn more about the research group here.

Antenna and field measurements for 6G cellular [HANEDA / MEAS]

Do you have a good background in electronics as well as basic experience in practical measurements, such as with oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, signal generators or in an anechoic chamber? We seek summer trainees to help various research activities in microwave and Terahertz engineering for 6G cellular development. The activities concern antenna manufacturing, antenna measurements, radar and wave propagation/scattering measurements, under supervision of senior researchers. The trainee will obtain a solid experience in practical radio frequency measurements. You can be a Master's and Bachelor-level student. As a successful summer trainee you may be able to continue as a part-time or master’s thesis worker in the fall time with salary support.

Further information: Prof. Katsuyuki Haneda ([email protected])

ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS SENSORS – learn more about the research group here.

Antenna design for wireless devices [VIIKARI / ANTDES]

We offer exciting job opportunities in antenna design, simulation, and measurement tasks for wireless devices. Our focus includes studying antenna arrays that are capable of steering radio waves in specific directions. One possible application is reflecting intelligent surfaces (RIS) that are used for future wireless data transmission systems, such as radio-frequency imaging, indoor localization, health applications, electronic warfare, and manipulation of radio-wave propagation environment. As part of our team, work involves designing antenna and microwave-circuit level solutions.

Depending on interests and study background, the work may include theoretical analysis and modelling (e.g., electromagnetic field and circuit theory), electromagnetic or circuit simulations performed using commercial software, antenna prototyping in ELEC's workshop, or characterization of antennas based on measurements with our state-of-the-art measurement infrastructures, such as the MVG Starlab or radio wave anechoic chamber. Typically, we provide the opportunity for a special assignment or write a Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis.

We invite excellent students from all classes to join our research group.

For more information, please contact Senior University Lecturer Jari Holopainen and Professor Ville Viikari ([email protected]).

Advanced antennas [VIIKARI / ADVANT]

Do you dream of being a Doctor of Science in the future? Now you have a chance to start a path in this direction. We offer an excellent chance to develop your skills with interesting and challenging tasks. You develop antennas for future systems as a part of our research projects in collaboration with other universities and companies both in Finland and internationally. We aim at publishing results as a scientific publication. Your work could include antenna design and characterization using an electromagnetic simulator, antenna prototyping, or measurements. You will have the possibility to carry out a special assignment or write a bachelor or master’s thesis.

Further information: Dr. Anu Lehtovuori and Prof. Ville Viikari ([email protected]).

Millimeter-wave antennas [VIIKARI / MMWANT]

Millimeter waves have a vital role in future communication systems to enable sufficient bandwidths for the constantly growing wireless data transfer demands. Join our research group to develop beam-steerable millimeter-wave antennas along with their testing and calibration methods. We offer you interesting and challenging tasks, which we can tailor according to your interests, skills, and level of studies. Your tasks can include antenna design using electromagnetic simulator or development of calibration algorithms for phased arrays by theoretical studies and practical antenna measurements. You will have a possibility to carry out a special assignment or write a Bachelor's or Master’s thesis. We look for excellent students on any level of studies.

Further information: Dr. Juha Ala-Laurinaho and Prof. Ville Viikari ([email protected]).

ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN – Learn more about the research group here.

Preparing material for electronics course [RYYNÄNEN / TEACHING]

Welcome to the world of research and teaching already in your freshman year!

This position offers and opportunity to create teaching material for new electronics course ELEC-C9620 Basics of Electronic Circuits. The course is aimed for students in B.Sc. programmes in School of Engineering and School of Chemical Engineering. The course is offered also to the students in Automation and Robotics, Bioinformatics, and Digital Systems and Design in School of Electrical Engineering.

Your responsibilities include

1) creating exercises together with the responsible teacher of the course and

2) producing and testing the exercises in MyCourses’ STACK (system for teaching and assessment using a computer algebra kernel) environment.

The applicant must be able to communicate in Finnish in order to be selected. The applicant should be knowledgeable in electronics. For example, the applicant has completed electronics courses with good grade or is an electronics hobbyist. Previous programming experience with scripting language is preferred.

This task fits for students from the first year onward.

Further information: Dr. Aleksi Tamminen ([email protected])

Millimeter-wave Integrated Circuits [RYYNÄNEN / mmWaveIC]
The future communication systems, integrated radars and other sensing devices will operate at microwave frequencies range of 20-300 GHz. Successful circuit and system design requires scrutinized study on device details, circuit principles, and optimum system-level architectures.  Our research group is tackling these challenges and designs state-of-the-art integrated microwave circuits using CMOS, SiGe HBT, and GaN technologies. A summer trainee joins our group and contributes to design and/or measurement campaigns of a specific circuit under guidance of a senior designer. We seek for a Master’s level student that is enthusiastic on high-frequency IC design. The work provides an opportunity to learn the use of an industrial-level IC design environment. This position can be continued as a Master’s Thesis work during fall.

Further information:  Kari Stadius ([email protected])

Open source Risc-V microprocessor and accelerator development [RYYNÄNEN/ IC_Processing]

Are you the one born with enthusiasm towards programming and microprocessors? This is the dream job for you. RISC-V is an open-source microprocessor instruction set, which is gaining interest in academia and industry. In Aalto, Department of Electronics and nanoengineering, we have developed our own open-source RISC-V core implementation that we can use as a controller in our mixed-mode System-on-Chip designs. Simultaneously we provide hands-on education on Digital SoC design to fulfill the rapidly growing need of Finnish electronics industry.

In this work we start from the basics. Successful execution of the work requires willingness to learn fluent Unix working habits, Git version control, shell scripting, Python, and Scala/Chisel programming, complemented with entry level knowledge of analog design tools and methodology. Topic focuses on improving current Risc-V implementation and merging it with digital and analog signal processing and cryptography accelerators possibly advancing to implementation on silicon or verification on FPGA according to your preferences. The position is appropriate for B.Sc. and M.Sc. students eager to learn with a hint of enthusiasm to go where very few has gone before.

Further information: Dr. Marko Kosunen and Prof. Jussi Ryynänen ([email protected])

Analog building block design with Berkeley Analog Generator [RYYNÄNEN / IC_BAG]

The rumors about the death of Analog electronics are premature, as Analog just went Programmatic. If you are willing to learn how to design Analog microelectronics by defining the parametrized implementation with Python, this is the dream job for you.

Analog building blocks are needed in every piece of microelectronics and Systems-on-Chip, like digital circuitry and microprocessors. Programmatic design methodology aims to provide parametrized and optimized analog building blocks for these needs. Berkeley Analog Generator is a design environment recently developed in University of Berkeley which enables analog

circuit design by programmatic means. In Aalto we are looking for pioneer students with enthusiasm to learn to take this new methodology into use. If you want to be a game changer, this is your moment.

In this work we start from basics. Successful execution of the work requires willingness to learn fluent unix working habits, Git version control, shell scripting and Python programming, complemented with entry level knowledge of analog design tools and methodology. Topic focuses on implementation of analog building blocks for A/D converters, 5G mmWave circuits, radio transmitters and receivers according to your preferences. The position is appropriate for B.Sc. and M.Sc. students eager to learn new things with devotion to acquire skills of the future.

Further information: Dr. Marko Kosunen and Prof. Jussi Ryynänen ([email protected])

PHOTONICS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY

PHOTONICS - Learn more about the research group here.

Manipulating Light at the Nanoscale [SUN / 2D-Nano]

Explore the Edge of Light and Matter! Join our team to dive into the thrilling world of nanoscale optical research. If you're an undergraduate with a curiosity for physics and a passion for experimental science, this is your chance to work on groundbreaking projects. You'll explore phenomena straight out of science fiction, like light-matter hybridization, and get hands-on experience with advanced optics. This role isn't just a job; it's a gateway to future studies in photonics and a stepping stone to a thrilling career.

For more details, contact Dr. Jin Zhang and Prof. Zhipei Sun ([email protected]).

Nonlinear Photonics with Nanomaterials [SUN / 2D-Photon]

Are you ready to bend light with cutting-edge materials? We're looking for enthusiastic undergraduates to join our nonlinear photonics team. Delve into the world of graphene and other nanomaterials under extreme light conditions. This role is perfect for those who want to blend theory with real-world experimentation, tailored to your own research interests. It’s an opportunity to challenge yourself, contribute to significant discoveries, and set a solid foundation for your scientific career.

Inquire with Dr. Nianze Shang and Prof. Zhipei Sun ([email protected]).

Optical Computing [SUN / 2D-Comp]

Join the Revolution in Computing! We’re on the lookout for ambitious undergraduates interested in shaping the future of optical computing. Work with us to harness the unique properties of light and nanomaterials for innovative computation methods. This project is ideal for those fascinated by quantum computing and eager to get involved in experimental setups. You’ll gain invaluable skills and insights that could define your future in tech or academia.

Contact Dr. Juan Arias and Prof. Zhipei Sun for more information ([email protected]).

Machine-Learning for Nanomaterial Fabrication & Integration [SUN / 2D-Machine]

Fuse AI with Materials Science! This unique summer position is calling all tech-savvy undergraduates. Dive into using machine learning for the fabrication and integration of nanomaterial-based devices. Your work will have direct implications for electronic and photonic applications. It's a fantastic opportunity to be at the forefront of technological innovation, perfect for those aspiring to break new ground in either academic research or the tech industry.

Reach out to Dr. Andreas Liapis and Prof. Zhipei Sun ([email protected]).

Cooling Nanomaterial Near Absolute Zero Temperature [SUN / 2D-0]

Delve into the Chilled Depths of Material Science! We are inviting undergraduates to participate in pioneering research on the optical properties of nanomaterials at near-zero temperatures. This project offers a mix of theoretical study and hands-on laboratory experience, ideal for those fascinated by the mysteries of low-temperature physics. It’s more than a job; it’s a journey into the unknown, perfect for setting the stage for a distinguished scientific career.

For further details, contact Mr. Fedor Nigmatulin, Dr. Ahmed Faisal, and Prof. Zhipei Sun ([email protected]).

NANOSCIENCE AND ADVANCED MATERIALS – Learn more about the research group here.

Nanoscience [LIPSANEN / NAMI]

The NAMI research group is looking for summer students at BSc or MSc level with interests in the development of new nanomaterials and their applications in photonic and electronic devices. These include optical nanoantennae for solar energy harvesting and memristors for new logic circuits. We have state-of the-art research laboratories in Micronova Research Centre where the work is carried out. Experimental work will include fabrication of nanomaterials (graphene, 2D materials, semiconductors, etc.) by different methods, as well as characterization and measurement of these materials and their structures, e.g., by atomic force microscopy, electrical measurements and optical spectroscopy. The position is suitable also for students who want to carry out a special assignment or continue to a Master's thesis.

Further information: Prof. Harri Lipsanen ([email protected])

ELECTRON PHYSICS – Learn more about the research group here.

High-performance silicon solar cells [SAVIN / EPG1]

A recent study shows that solar photovoltaics (PV) will be one of the major job creating technologies resulting in a huge demand for PV experts in the near future.  At Electron Physics Group you have the possibility to become a highly skilled PV expert by joining our international research team that has already obtained record-high solar cell efficiencies and is keen on boosting the performance even further. More specifically, your role is to participate in designing and processing of high-performance silicon solar cells, their electrical and optical characterization as well as related simulations together with globally leading experts both in academia and industry. The exact content of the work will be tailored based on the applicant’s own interests (and skills).

The position is suitable for both Bachelor and Master level students including freshmen. During the summer it is also possible to carry out Micronova special assignment or already start working on Bachelor’s / Master’s thesis. This position is also ideal if you are thinking of continuing towards Doctoral degree.

Further information: Prof. Hele Savin ([email protected])

Advanced semiconductor sensors [SAVIN / EPG2]

Modern semiconductor sensors have revolutionized multiple technologies including consumer and industrial electronics, telecommunication as well as medical imaging. This is largely due to achievements and scientific breakthroughs made in research. Now you have an opportunity to contribute to this cutting-edge research by becoming part of a research team that develops materials, processes and sensor concepts of the future and is keen on commercializing their research, which is proven by successful spin-out company. More specifically, in this summer job position you can participate in designing and processing high-performance photosensors, their electrical and optical characterization as well as simulations. The exact content of the work will be tailored based on the applicant’s own interests (and skills).

The position is suitable for both Bachelor and Master level students including freshmen. During the summer it is also possible to carry out Micronova special assignment or already start working on Bachelor’s / Master’s thesis. This position is also ideal if you are thinking of continuing towards Doctoral degree.

Further information: D.Sc.(Tech.). Ville Vähänissi ([email protected])

ORGANIC ELECTRONICS – Learn more about the research group here and here.

Organic Devices: Materials and Interfaces [SOLDANO / ORGANIC]

The Organic Electronics research group is looking for the Summer 2024 for a curious and talented student at MSc level, in the fields of (Applied) Physics, Photonics, Microfabrication, Materials and Device Characterization, or related disciplines.

The field of Organic Electronics exploits organic molecules and their optical and electronic properties to develop functional electronic devices. You will contribute to the advance of organic thin film transistor technology, thus a relevant background in semiconductor physics or similar is highly desired. Your role will be to develop thin films, both dielectrics and semiconductors to study and improve device performances. Experimental work includes deposition of materials, studies of surfaces, device fabrication and characterization.

Further information ([email protected]): Georgios Fanourakis, MSc; Caterina Soldano, PhD

MICRO AND QUANTUM SYSTEMS – Learn more about the research group here.

Quantum light source for a photonic integrated circuit [TITTONEN / MQS-1]

Main focus of Quantum Optics is in controlling the statistical properties of light. The elaborated sources of entangled photons allow the researchers to address the properties of one photon of the pair by performing the measurements on the other one. Future applications include quantum computation with photons.

We are looking for a graduate student (B.Sc. degree completed or close to completion) with a background in Optics and Photonics, Quantum Physics, Nonlinear Optics, or a related field. You will join our research on the design and implementation of a free-space source of the non-classical states of infrared (1,3-1,5 μm) light based on a nonlinear crystal, and implement the in- and out-coupling to the photonic integrated circuit with lensed fibres. In the experiment, you will be working with optical alignment and photon-counting detectors.

We do not expect you to know all in advance, and will gladly share our expertise. This summer project can be extended to a thesis work.

Further information ([email protected]):

D.Sc. Vladimir Kornienko (preferred), Prof. Ilkka Tittonen.

Thermal properties of thin films and photoacoustics of nanostructured interfaces measured with laser pulses [TITTONEN / MQS-2]

We are looking for a graduate student (B.Sc. degree) with a general background in Physics or Engineering. We work on the interaction of laser light with nanostructures, and this summer project can come in two different modifications, depending on the personal preference of the candidate: (a) studying the thermal properties of thin films for the applications in thermoelectrics, or (b) studying the excitation of sound at gigahertz frequencies at the surface of the sample. The backbone for both (a) and (b) is a pump-probe experimental technique, in which ultrafast laser pulses are used for probing the properties of materials.

(a) Understanding the heat flow at the nanoscale is getting crucially more important as the size of electronic and photonic devices is getting smaller and smaller, as the amount of waste heat produced has an enormous impact on energy efficiency. Most of the materials at the micro- and nano-scale have the properties that differ to those of bulk materials. At the same time, these properties are affected by the fabrication protocol and cannot be predicted from the first principles methods. Hence the interest in experimentally measuring the thermal properties of thin-film devices at the nanoscale. The method is called “time-domain thermoreflectance”, and it is in solving the inverse problem of heat propagation through the sample when heated with a laser pulse.

(b) The interaction of light with mechanical vibrations offers a unique link between the two different physical domains. Exciting nanostructures with light allows one to create a tunable source of sound in the gigahertz frequency range. With light, one can get rid of the electrodes and the connecting cables when exciting the sound. This would potentially enable the gigahertz endoscopy with an optical fibre terminated with an opto-acoustic transducer; and the goal of this project is exactly to design such a transducer. We will be working with nanopillars etched in silicon chips, and will aim at changing the properties of the excited waves by changing the optical excitation and at using this device for probing the elastic properties of thin polymer films.  

Your role will be in designing (analytics + modelling) and fabricating the samples, taking the measurements with a freshly assembled and tested optical set-up, and processing the experimental data. Prior knowledge of nanofabrication techniques, optics, or solid-state physics is considered an advantage, but is not a requirement

We are mostly looking for candidates willing to extend this summer research project into a master’s thesis.

Further information ([email protected]):
D.Sc. Vladimir Kornienko (preferred), Prof. Ilkka Tittonen.

Nanofabrication of optical waveguides on lithium niobate substrates [TITTONEN / MQS-3]

The position is open for a graduate student (B.Sc. degree) with a background in Nanofabrication, Applied Physics, Photonics, or a related discipline.

Optical waveguides offer high field confinement and mode stability, as in fibre lasers. Waveguides can also be implemented on a wafer, granting access to well-developed fabrication techniques from the semiconductor industry. For light modulation and frequency conversion, the so-called active waveguides are required, which imply that the guided light can take part in nonlinear interactions. Lithium niobate (LiNbO3) is widely used for its high nonlinear susceptibility and its ferroelectric, electro-optic and acousto-optic properties, and provides an ideal platform for low-loss integrated quantum photonics. However, the materials with nonlinear response are typically brittle and hard to process during the nanofabrication, for example because of the charge accumulation due to the piezoelectric effect.

You will work on fabrication of the waveguiding structures with bulk lithium niobate substrates. You will actively work in the Micronova cleanroom, performing reactive ion etching of LiNbO3, metal sputtering, plasma deposition of semiconductor oxides, and assisting in electron-beam lithography. The position can be extended to the analysis of the light propagation in the waveguide and working with the literature.

This project can be extended to a thesis work, and we expect the successful candidate to be willing to continue the research beyond the summer job. 

Further information ([email protected]):
Ph.D. Vladimir Kornienko (preferred), Prof. Ilkka Tittonen.

Nanostructured materials for thermoelectrics [TITTONEN / MQS-4]

Open position for bachelor (thesis work) / master’s students in the fields of Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics, or Chemical Engineering.

Thermoelectric materials have a unique ability to turn heat into electricity, offering a promising avenue for sustainable energy production. Altering the structure of these materials at the nanoscale level provides a compelling pathway to enhance their efficiency and performance significantly.

We are looking for summer students at the MSc level with interests in the development of new thermoelectric materials from two-dimensional materials or transition metal nitrides/oxides by using ALD and CVD methods. We have state-of-the-art research laboratories in Micronova Research Center where the experimental work will be carried out.

The role involves practical experiments to synthesise innovative thermoelectric nanomaterials and physical property characterization (electrical conductivity, Seebeck coefficient, and thermal conductivity measurements). Depending on the candidate’s preferences, the focus can be on either crafting new materials or their energy applications.

This opportunity can be even extended to a thesis work.

Further information ([email protected]):
M.Sc. Priyanka Goel (preferred), Prof. Ilkka Tittonen.

Error handling in quantum computing [TITTONEN / MQS-5]

We are looking for a bachelor or master’s student with a general background in physics, mathematics, or computer science, and with interest in quantum computing.

Quantum computing is a technology that utilizes quantum mechanical phenomena to do computation faster than is believed to be possible with classical computers. It is predicted that in the future quantum computers will enable scientists to solve problems outside the capabilities of classical computers in many fields such as molecular simulations in drug discovery and complex combinatorics problems. However, the quantum computers of today are severely error-prone, which greatly limits their usefulness in real-life computations.

Various error handling techniques can be used to correct errors during quantum computation, or to mitigate their impact on the outcome of the computation. It is believed that the error handling techniques are the key in realizing useful quantum computations in the near term. The student will join our ongoing work in developing strategies to effectively manage errors in quantum computing, specifically with the goal of application in real-world scenarios.

We expect the background and research interests of the candidate to have common points with the proposed research. The role can be customized depending on the candidate’s preferences.

Further information ([email protected]):

Ph.D. Lauri Ylinen (preferred), University Lecturer Matti Raasakka, Prof. Ilkka Tittonen.

2D/3D semiconductors Heterojunctions for Optoelectronics applications [TITTONEN / MQS-6]

We are looking for summer students with  MSc levels in Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics/Chemistry, and Chemical Engineering.

The formation of GaN-based heterostructures is essential for optoelectronics applications, but it is greatly limited by the traditional heteroepitaxial method due to the impact of lattice mismatch. Integrating two-dimensional layered semiconductors (Eg. MoS2, WS2, and MoTe2) on the GaN surface into van der Waals (vdW) heterostructures can effectively overcome the constraint of lattice mismatch but also create the possibility to induce novel electronic and optical properties due to size and interface effects.

We are looking for summer students at the MSc level interested in developing a new combination of two-dimensional materials using CVD and MOCVD methods. We have state-of-the-art research laboratories in Micronova Research Center, where the experimental work is carried out.

This position will provide hands-on experience in a laboratory and in a cleanroom environment and knowledge of research methods and protocols. The work can also be extended into a master's thesis work.
 

Further information ([email protected]):
Ph.D Ramesh Raju (preferred, Prof. Ilkka Tittonen.

SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

SPACE PHYSICS – Learn more about the research group here and here.

Space weather and propagation of electromagnetic waves [KALLIO]

Ionosphere, electrically charged layer in the upper atmosphere, affects to the propagation of electromagnetic waves. Effects can be so large that satellite communication can be strongly disturbed, for example, the Global Positioning System (GPS). On the other hand, effects seen in electromagnetic waves can be used to diagnostic properties of the ionosphere. Properties of the ionosphere, in turn, depends on the activity of the Sun. Therefore, effects are correlated to the space weather conditions driven by the Sun.

In this summer job Aalto University’s self-consistent 3D/2D computer simulation is developed further to investigate the propagation of electromagnetic waves. The model will be used to interpret observations made by the group’s Suomi 100 satellite as well as observations made by ground-based instruments (e.g., ionosondes, riometers, EISCAT-radars).

The position is suitable for a Master level student how have good skills of physics and C++/C programming. During the summer it is also possible to carry out special assignment or start working on Master/doctoral thesis

Further information: Prof. Esa Kallio ([email protected])

SPACE TECHNOLOGY – Learn more about the research group here.

Foresail Small Sat Development Assistant [PRAKS / Foresail]

Come and join Foresail small satellite team and assist in development of the satellite platform. The work involves various duties while testing and developing the satellite and software.

The position assumes advanced knowledge in electronics and embedded programming.

Further information: Prof. Jaan Praks ([email protected])

Aalto-3 Student Satellite Development [PRAKS / Aalto-3]

Join the Aalto-3 Student Satellite team. The position gives opportunity to work with Aalto-3 Student Satellite mission and concentrate on satellite systems integration, debugging and testing. The project can provide several different tasks, but mostly we need a RF engineer.

Further information: Prof. Jaan Praks ([email protected])

SAR Remote Sensing AI project [PRAKS / SAR-AI]

Work with Sentinel-1 and ICEYE SAR satellite data to develop AI methods to extract image features from SAR Earth Observation images. The work involves work with SNAP toolbox, SARProZ toolbox and Matlab. Matlab programming skills required. The project will be defined later in more detail.

Further information: Prof. Jaan Praks ([email protected])

Aalto Satellites Media for outreach [PRAKS / SAMI]

We search for a student with skills in Blender and/or graphical design software. The aim of the work is to create animations and renders for Foresail-1, Foresail-2 and Aalto-3 satellites. The work also includes development of Aalto Satellites web pages and graphical material.

Further information: Prof. Jaan Praks ([email protected])

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