Positions in MIST starting in January 2023

Work in a real space project for two semesters and earn academic credits.

Interesting positions open for 2023

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The MIST project is now in its functional testing phase on the lab bench and the plan is to have the satellite integrated early next year and proceed to environmental tests on the integrated satellite with the goal of finishing them during 2023.

This project phase is such that two-semester student assignments provide the best learning opportunity for students and the quickest progress for the project. Students are offered to work for credits (usually 15 credits) on challenging tasks in the technical areas below:

  • Satellite mechanical test preparation, execution and evaluation.
  • Thermal test preparation, execution and evaluation.
  • Attitude control analysis, simulations and flight planning.
  • Functional testing and flight simulations.
  • On-board software: Verification and maintenance of this student-developed subsystem during flight simulations and development of updates and bug fixes.
  • Ground station:
    • Use of the station in satellite ground tests
    • Mission planning.
  • Preparing the NanoProp propulsion system for flight and make plans for its use.

C, C#, and Python coding skills are useful in “On-board software, “Attitude control” and “Functional testing”. “Hands-on” experience in electronics and mechanical work most welcome.

You can, if you wish, use your work for credits to define a later M.Sc. thesis in MIST.

You can get an impression of what student work on from these student presentations at the end of the spring 2022 semester. 

For more info e-mail the project manager Sven Grahn (sveng@kth.se). Apply to rymdcenter@sci.kth.se no later than Sunday, 16 October, 2022. Your application shall not exceed 500 words plus a one-page CV. Please indicate your primary and secondary task preferences.

Students will be selected in the last half of October 2022 and they will start their work in the project on Tuesday, 17 January 2023.

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