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The applicant will be supervised and supported by Dr. Matthias Schartner as part of an open research data project.
Geodetic Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) stands at the forefront of precise measurements for Earth's rotation and orientation, drawing on a global network of strategically positioned radio telescopes to capture radiation from extragalactic radio sources. At the core of geodetic VLBI operations lies the International VLBI Service for Geodesy and Astrometry (IVS), a collaborative platform that unites institutions, observatories, and research agencies worldwide. In this project, we aim to collect and unify IVS-VLBI data, in particular, the analysis results and statistics about the various experiments, telescopes, and observed radio sources.
We are seeking a highly motivated student assistant for the development of an open research database. The database should contain analysis results and statistics from Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) experiments. Currently, the results and statistics are generated by various analysis centers around the world and published in regularly updated text files. You will develop automated scripts to download and parse these text files and enter their content into the database. Additionally, you will design a web interface to access the database, an application programming interface, and basic plotting utilities to visualize the results on a webpage.
You will be responsible for the full life-cycle of the project: setting up the database and webpage, designing the database structure, developing scripts to download, parse, and process the datasets, and generating code for basic plotting capabilities on the webpage.
In your work, you will be supported by Matthias Schartner as well as the IT Service Group of the department.
According to internal regulations, you can work up to 18 hours per week during the semester, with the possibility of extension to 100% during the semester breaks.
We look forward to receiving your online application with the following document(s):
Please note that we exclusively accept applications submitted through our online application portal. Applications via email or postal services will not be considered.
Further information about the Chair of Space Geodesy can be found on our . Questions regarding the position should be directed to Matthias Schartner, Tel +41 44 633 26 61, E-Mail (no applications).
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