1) Topic 1: Space Medicine Team: Internships are offered with the REDI (Research, Education & Development Initiative) that supports medical domain readiness both for current and future human space missions. For detailed information on the available internship positions, please click here: EAC Internships
2) Topic 2: Space Training Team – Media Production: Multimedia internships at the EAC offer exciting opportunities for producing video (filming and editing with Premiere) and media (2D and 3D: Adobe CC) to support Astronaut Training, E-Learning and more. Some current projects require knowledge of orbital mechanics (rendezvous and docking) and experience in the Learning Management System Moodle. Click here for an example video. For detailed information on the available internship position, please click here: EAC Internships
3) Topic 3: Space Training Team – CAVES (Cooperative Adventure for Valuing and Exercising human behaviour and performance Skills) and PANGAEA (Planetary ANalogue Geological and Astrobiological Exercise for Astronauts): Electronic Fieldbook (EFB) System Development. The EFB is a tool supporting astronaut mission operations with technology for geolocation, cave mapping, scientific data gathering, sensors interaction and wireless data relay to mission control centres. Interns are sought to support the development of this exploration tool in order to improve, extend and test its functionalities. For detailed information on this internship position, please click here: EAC Internships
4) Topic 4: Space Training Team – CAVES/PANGAEA: Machine learning for recognition of planetary materials from multispectral datasets. Interns are sought to continue development of machine learning algorithms for recognition of planetary materials from multispectral datasets. This project focuses on combining several mineral characteristics to achieve automatic classification. For detailed information on this internship position, please click here: EAC Internships
5) Topic 5: Space Training Team – CAVES/PANGAEA: Planetary Mineral Database Development and Validation of Spectra Classification Methods. Interns are sought to continue to enhance and develop our mineralogical database through gathering spectra from mineral collections and museums. They will also help in the testing of a Machine Learning software to evaluate the most suitable pectral identification method of planetary materials. For detailed information on this internship position, please click here: EAC Internships
6) Topic 6: Ground Segment and IT: The GS & IT team holds full responsibility of all systems that support EAC’s International Space Station control rooms as well as many other business critical IT systems. As an intern on the team, you will work to support the team and EAC, by developing bespoke and valuable software tools. With many years of experience in multiple fields of engineering and IT, the team is well prepared to mentor interns through challenging projects that will have a real impact on services at EAC. For detailed information on this internship position, please click here: EAC Internships
Applicants should preferably be in their final or second to last year of a University course at Masters Level (or equivalent) in a technical or scientific discipline.
The working languages of the Agency are English and French. A good knowledge of one of these is required. Knowledge of another Member State language would be an asset.