Thread: Geophysical Detection Internships

Started: 2023-01-05 16:53:00
Last activity: 2023-01-05 16:53:00
2023-01-05 16:53:00
Institution: Sandia National Labs
Open Until: 2023-02-28

The Geophysical Detection Departments at Sandia National Laboratories are looking for interns for summer 2023!

We have several projects focused on topics related to seismology and global security. See below for project information and point of contact. Specific questions related to internship topics can be directed to the respective POC. We will begin reviewing resumes in January 2023.

- Event detection on synthetic DAS data, POC rwporri<at>
- Extending regional infrasound yield estimates using scaling relationships, POC fkdanne<at>
- Building a seismoacoustic catalog of tectonic events, POC fkdanne<at>
- Seismoacoustic denoising of nodal seismometers, POC clikoch<at>
- Exploration of New Data Types for Low Yield Monitoring, POC thomoor<at>
- Systems Engineering Position, POC jlfalli<at>
- Analyzing Wind Noise Reduction System Performance to Improve Infrasound Signal Detection, POC salber<at>
- High resolution spectral analysis of harmonic infrasound signals, POC njdowne<at>

Interested undergraduate applicants should apply through Sandia’s Monitoring Security and Technology Intern Center:

Interested graduate applicants should contact the project POC and apply here:

The Monitoring Systems and Technology Intern Center (MSTIC) program is seeking outstanding students majoring in Geophysics, Geology, Physics or related fields of study.
On any given day, students may be called on to:
- Contribute to research projects related to national security issues
- Be mentored by Sandia National Laboratories scientists
- Work independently and with a team of diverse skill sets to analyze large geophysical datasets
- Process and interpret seismic/infrasound data
- Participate in model development and analysis
- Support data management activities by producing data visualizations and documenting research outcomes

Qualifications We Require:
Bring the confidence and skills to be eligible for the job by meeting these minimum requirements:
- Currently attending and enrolled full time in the spring term immediately preceding the internship (or scheduled to graduate in the spring) in an accredited undergraduate or graduate program
- Pursuing a science, engineering, or math degree
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0
- Ability to work up to 40 hours per week during the summer
- U.S. citizens, legal permanent residents, asylees or refugees in the U.S.

Qualifications We Desire
- Geology, geophysics, or seismology coursework
- Experience with Python and/or MATLAB
- Familiarity with seismic data processing, wave propagation, or geologic interpretation

The Monitoring Systems and Technology Intern Center (MSTIC) is a student internship program at Sandia National Laboratories that focuses on remote sensing and technologies. Specific areas of interest are space missions, treaty verification, nuclear nonproliferation, cooperative monitoring, surveillance, and reconnaissance. The program is aimed at developing the next generation of experts in these areas of national security systems. The program is designed for college and university students who are currently pursuing degrees in the fields of Aerospace Engineering, Computer Science, Optical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Systems Engineering, Materials, Physics, Mathematics, Geophysics, Seismology, or related fields of study, and are interested in furthering their knowledge in the area of remote sensing, space-based systems, sensor technology, and high-consequence systems while working on an undergraduate or graduate degree.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status and any other protected class under state or federal law.

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