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MSSL student wins Dean's Commendation

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Dr. Nadine Kalmoni, winner of a 2018 MAPS Dean's Commendation for her PhD work

Congratulations to Dr. Nadine Kalmoni for being named as one of this year's MAPS Postgraduate Prize Dean's Commendations.

Senior Electronics Engineer

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Applications are invited for the post of Senior FPGA Electronics Engineer at the Department of Space and Climate Physics, University College London. The position will also include a leadership role within the electronics engineering group depending on the applicant’s background and experience. There are a number of on-going flight projects that this post will be immediately involved in, including Euclid VIS, Exomars Pancam, Plato and Smile.

Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow in Technology Management

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UCL/MSSL is seeking to employ a Teaching Fellow and Senior Teaching Fellow in our Technology Management Group. The Technology Management Group is concerned with the development, management and exploitation of technology within an enterprise context, and carries out research, teaching and consultancy in relevant areas. By applying this knowledge, it also supports projects and activities in the Department of Space and Climate Physics, other UCL departments, associated institutions and partner companies.

Research Associate for JRC-ACRI GBOV (Ground-based observations for validation) project

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UCL/MSSL has a vacancy for a post-doctoral research scientist funded by the JRC through a contract managed by ACRI-ST to join Prof. Jan-Peter Muller's Imaging Group. Prof. Muller's Imaging group is engaged in developing, processing and validating climate quality global datasets (including BRDF/albedo, wind and cloud properties), primarily from EO sensors, for inter-comparison with other planets, such as Mars and in the analysis of Sun-planetary connections to planetary climate. 

UCL secures key role in ESA mission concept to monitor space weather

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Future lagrange mission (ESA/A. Baker)

A new European Space Agency (ESA) mission concept to help reduce the global risk of damage caused by space weather will be worked on by teams from across the UK with UCL playing a pivotal role in developing instruments on board the spacecraft.

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