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Bakkalauretsarbeit(en)

  • "Astrobiologie auf Eismonden des Jupiters"

    Die Eismonde des Jupiter sind Ziele geplanter NASA und ev. auch ESA Missionen. Vorbereitende Studien sind notwendig für einen erfolgreichen Verlauf dieser Missionen. Bakkalaureatsarbeit(en) zu vergeben mit späterer Ausbaufähigkeit zu einer Masterarbeit bzw. Doktorat.

    Kontakt: Univ.-Prof.Dr. Arnold Hanslmeier
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Master-Thesis in Physics/SES

  • "Geometry of transient magnetic structures in IP space and related Forbush decrease effects"

Motivation and Aims:

Galactic cosmic rays have a major impact on interplanetary space and planetary surfacesand are of outmost importance for space travel. They are modulated by the activity of the Sun – during high solar activity their number is reduced. On short time scales of several days, the reduction in galactic cosmic rays, so-called Forbush decreases (FD), are observed, which are caused by the most violent eruptions in the solar system – coronal mass ejections (CMEs, a.k.a. solar storms). Within the EU project  ForbMod (led by M. Dumbovic) we aim to unravel how galactic cosmic rays are influenced by solar storms in the inner solar system (Sun to Mars) by developing a new model and utilizing a number of spacecraft and planetary observation, including those by Mars Curiosity Rover.

Work:

For reaching this aim, 3D reconstructions and analyzes of CMEs need to be performed, using remote sensing (EUV, white-light) and combined in-situ plasma and magnetic field data. The results will serve as valuable input for the development of the FD model.

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We are searching for qualified Master students in Physics with focus on „Astrophysics“, „Geophysics“, „Space Physics and Aeronomy“ or Master students in Space Sciences and Earth from Space.

We seek students with

- good knowledge in solar and/or space physics
- good knowledge of programming- strong motivation and interest to be part of a scientific project and team

For students with marks above average, the work will be supported by a stipendium of 500 € per month for the duration of 6 months (+3 optional).

Planned start: November 2017.

Contact:

With deadline October 2, 2017, send your complete application including a) letter of motivation, b) CV c) standard transcripts from University (as pdf), via email to:

Assoc.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Manuela Temmer (manuela.temmer@uni-graz.at; 0316 / 380 8610)

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Master-Thesis in Physics/SES

  • "Disturbance periods of interplanetary space due to the impact of CMEs"

Motivation and Aims:

Transient events such as coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are known to disrupt the rather stable structure of the solar wind flow. For the solar wind plasma speed component, it was found that the disturbance period lasts on average twice as long as the CME duration itself (shock-sheath to end of magnetic structure; see Temmer et al., 2017). The results refer to relaxation processes of IP space of the order of 2-5 days, which might be explained in terms of MHD theory. Before sophisticated interpretations can be given more in-depth studies on the other solar wind plasma components and the magnetic field need to be outlined.

Work:

The study performed in Temmer et al. (2017) is based on plasma bulk speed, and will be repeated for the plasma density and temperature, as well the magnetic field vector components of the solar wind flow. From the results we expect to give physical interpretations for possible relaxation processes.

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We are searching for qualified Master students in Physics with focus on „Astrophysics“, „Geophysics“, „Space Physics and Aeronomy“ or Master students in Space Sciences and Earth from Space.

We seek students with

- good knowledge in solar and/or space physics
- good knowledge of programming- strong motivation and interest to be part of a scientific project and eam

For students with marks above average, the work will be supported by a stipendium of 500 € per month for the duration of 6 months (+3 optional).

Planned start: November 2017.

Contact:

With deadline October 2, 2017, send your complete application including a) letter of motivation, b) CV c) standard transcripts from University (as pdf), via email to:

Assoc.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Manuela Temmer (manuela.temmer@uni-graz.at; 0316 / 380 8610)

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Univ.-Prof.
Dr. Arnold Hanslmeier 

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arnold.hanslmeier(at)uni-grazt.at

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Universitätsplatz 5/II, 8010 Graz

Sigrun Fink
+43 (0)316 380 - 5270

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Universitätsplatz 5/II, 8010 Graz

Karin Sorko
+43 (0)316 380 - 5255

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