Airborne surveys can densely map mineral and water resources over large areas that cannot be covered with ground-based methods. This project aims to investigate an innovative new concept in airborne electromagnetic transmitter-receiver systems that can detect deeper minerals with better vertical resolution. The PhD student will focus on the development of the new transmitter technology. This person will obtain broad experience in aviation electronics, high power electrical systems and radio frequency power amplifier design. The student will also get extensive training in control system design and programming.
Basis of award
Academic Achievement, Relevant Industry Experience
Applicants should have completed a Masters or Bachelor with honours in physics or electrical/electronic/mechanical engineering. Some experience in designing mechanical systems, electrical circuits or programming is highly desirable.
At CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, physicists and
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PhD Position (m/f/d) Leibniz-Institut für Plasmaforschung und
Technologie (INP), Greifswald
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Research Field: Engineering › Electronic engineering
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