Internship Information
Organization:Center for Space Science and Engineering
Internship Title:Space@VT (LAICE)
Brief Internship Description:
Assist with set-up and testing of the VT ground station to be used in support of LAICE and QB-50 projects.
Hours are variable, but will not exceed 20 hours per week during spring semester.
Program Lead:  Professor G.D. Earle
Immediate Supevisor:  Zach Leffke, VT Hume Center
Full Internship Description:
The Center for Space Science and Engineering Research at Virginia Tech (Space@VT) has broad interestes and expertise in the fields of space science and engineering. Research focuses include upper atmospheric science, sun-earth connections, space instrument design, space mission design, remote sensing, magnetospheric and ionospheric physics, ground-based instrument design, ground-based space weather studies, Global Navigation Satellite System GNSS receivers and space weather applications, computational space plasma physics, active space experiments, spacecraft dynamics and control, spacecraft design, spacecraft environmental interactions, and advanced space propulsion systems. Sponsors of Space@VT research include the National Science Foundation NSF, NASA, the Department of Defense DoD, national research laboratories, as well as private corporations.
Internship Address: 1901 Innovation Dr.
Blacksburg, VA 24061 - 6836
Telecommute Option:No
Hours per week:15
Length (weeks):10
Internship ID:13300114