You can apply to the following groups:
Some groups have also open leader positions. Be sure to check them out!
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The mechanical group is responsible for designing, building and testing the actual hardware of the rocket. You'll be working with modelling, analysis, production, and testing. All members will be given a intro level course for the necessary tools and technologies (CAD, FEM, Production, so on).
The group fits perfectly for anyone who is studying or has competence within mechanical engineering, civil engineering, physics & mathematics, fluid dynamics, material engineering, aerospace engineering, or similar fields.
Expected workload is 15-20 hours per week.
Questions? Contact Ask Hovik: email@example.com
Electronics and control
The Electronics & Control group designs and develops all of sensor systems, power systems, control algorithms, communications systems and computers on board the rocket. All members will receive intro level courses in necessary fields, and will gain access to unique faculties for production and testing through our sponsors. The group is perfect for anyone who is studying or has competence within electrical engineering, computer science, control engineering, robotics, physics & mathematics, mechatronics, communication technology, or similar.
A workload of 15-20 hours a week is expected.
The leader position for the electronics and control group is still open! Are you keen on an extra challenge, or would you like to develop your management skills? Check it out!
Any questions can be sent to
Inge Eide Johnsen at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Eivind Rydningen at email@example.com
Business & Marketing
What makes a rocket fly? - Funding!
The business and marketing group is responsible for representing the organization to the public and getting sponsor deals. Here we need people to manage our social media platforms and our website, arrange marketing events, and make graphical designs. We also need someone who can create sponsor deals to fund our project, and manage our relations to industry partners.
A workload of 15-25 hours a week is expected. You will be spending this time in weekly meetings, workshops and independent work.
The leader position for the business and marketing group is still open! Are you keen on an extra challenge, or would you like to develop your management skills? Check out the job description: