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Active Career Opportunities

Are you interested in career opportunities advertised by Fermi LAT collaborators? If so, click on the button below. You will be redirected to a page that lists all active opportunities. To get further information on an event, click on each title. If you know of an opportunity that is not listed yet, please fill in the form at this page and we will add it to our list.

We are currently in the testing phase of a new platform that aims to connect individuals with opportunities for internships and PhD positions. This below is just a testing form, and no actual opportunities are being offered at this time. However, we encourage you to explore the form, provide feedback, and familiarize yourself with its features. If you like to send your insights please send an email to giovanna at stanford dot edu with subject: "Internship or PhD Request Form Feedback". 

Stay tuned for updates as we work towards creating a space where individuals can offer themselves for exciting opportunities in their respective fields.

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These are all the offers received. If you notice one offer that is not current anymore, please email giovanna at stanford dot edu

TimestampEmail AddressFirst NameFamily NameCurrent PositionCurrent InstitutionScientific InterestsPrevious WorkWhy should you be chosenAnything else you like to share?
11/27/2023 14:30:23test@gmail.comTest-nameTest-last namethird-year student pursuing an Integrated BS and MS in physicsUniversity of TestI am passionate about astrophysical observations of compact objects like neutron stars and black holes around which my research has been oriented along with transients like GRBs. Recently, I concluded a project on the XYZ which involved analysis of data from X-Y, Z, and W observatories spanning over xx epochs. Currently we are in the process of authoring a paper in MNRAS to share our findings. Additionally, I have been an integral part of the XX, an YY interferometric array at ZZ, and am currently working on local observations using FF data to create a sky-map, with later endeavors to study radio-transients.I possess prior experience in analyzing Radio and X-ray data for compact celestial objects, which can help contribute to a project in observational astronomy. Additionally, I am proficient in Python and have utilized its data processing libraries such as Matplotlib, Pandas, Numpy, Scipy, and Astropy in my previous endeavors. The rigorous physics courses I am currently undertaking at WW have provided me with a solid foundation in mathematical physics. I am also enthusiastic about acquiring any supplementary skills necessary for the upcoming summer Website linked [url] which provide a more detailed overview of my research projects, skills and interests. I am also eager for an online meeting if you would like to learn more about me or discuss further logistics.
11/27/2023 14:32:39giogiosenatore@gmail.comTest2Test2-Last Namesecond year bla blaStanford UniversityThis and ThatAll thisI am smartYou can find more here: [url]