Group manager Computing

Are you an experienced scientific computer expert with leadership skills? Are you result driven, a group leader and coach? Would you like to contribute to innovative research and development for radio astronomy instrumentation? Then you are our new Group Manager Computing   The experts of the Computing group collaborate in challenging projects with fellow engineers […]

  • Section
    R & D
  • Hours
    38
  • Expertise
    Computing
  • Closing date
    15-05-2018

Postdoctoral researcher in Radio Astronomy for Apertif

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated astronomer with experience in the field of radio astronomy as a: ¬†Postdoctoral researcher in Radio Astronomy for Apertif (f/m)   Job description: perform astronomical research based on data collected with Apertif, the phased-array feed upgrade of the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope develop and implement automated data reduction […]

  • Section
    Astronomy group
  • Hours
    38
  • Expertise
    Radio Astronomy
  • Closing date
    15-04-2018

Systems Engineer NOVA

Job description: Together with your team, you will be responsible for the technical organization and control of a scientifically and technologically innovative and complex astronomical instrument (METIS: Mid-Infrared ELT Imager and Spectroscope) on the world’s largest optical telescope (ESO’s Extremely Large Telescope- ELT). Developing this instrument for the ELT is a project that is being […]

  • Section
  • Hours
    38
  • Expertise
    System integration
  • Closing date

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Andre Gunst
Group leader

My work at ASTRON is very interesting! Mainly because I can solve many challenging and complex problems. To solve these problems, I use the latest technologies. I think it’s important that I help astronomers to unravel the puzzle of the universe. The most inspiring of my work is that I work together with colleagues from […]

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