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Title 4th Venus Data Workshop / Summer Internship at PAG
Writer admin Date 2024-05-08 09:55:15

Venus Data Workshop / Summer
Internship at PAG

4th Venus Data Workshop



PAG plans its
fourth Data Workshop. This workshop will explain images at 10 µm of
Venus (see the sample image above), which provides atmospheric
temperature information, ~65 km above the surface. The Longwave
Infrared Camera (LIR) acquired the sample image from the Akatsuki Venus
orbiter, operating since 2015. The global-scale atmospheric wave is
clearly visible on the Venus disk's left half (note that Venus's radius
is 6,052 km). The source of the wave is the high mountains on the
surface (1-5 km elevation), implying the important surface influence on
the planet's atmosphere.

The goals of PAG’s Data Workshops are

  1. Lowering a
    barrier for researchers to access recent Venus data

  2. Providing
    opportunities for internships (either undergraduate or graduate
    school students) to join PAG during the summer vacation and

*Note for the Summer Internship




Date and Time:
May 17th (Fri) 16:00-18:00 KST


What you need:

  • Your camera,
    speaker, and microphone for online communication.

  • Jupyter


  1.  Akatsuki
    orbiter and its image acquisition (50 min)


  2. Handling
    sample Akatsuki/LIR images: Understanding the structure of the
    data and simple image process (50 min)


  3. Announcement:
    PAG’s Summer Internship opportunity (2 topics) & Job opening




2024 Summer Internship at the Planetary
Atmospheres Group (PAG) in the Institute of Basic Science (IBS) in


welcome students to explore planetary atmospheric research activities
with PAG’s members. Undergraduate and graduate school students can
apply for the internship project.

The initial internship duration is two months during the summer
vacation (July and August) and is extendable for up to one year if
the project progresses well. For successful candidates, start and end
dates can be discussed later with a main supervisor. The working
location is PAG/IBS, Daejeon, and a possible remote working schedule
can be discussed with the main supervisor of a corresponding topic as
long as one satisfies the minimum requirement of two days per week to
be at PAG for the group activities in July-August.

The monthly salary will depend on the following conditions: the
number of days per week to be at PAG and whether you need to pay for
the IBS lodge.


Important dates

The application deadline:
May 20 (Monday) 16:00 KST

Interview: May

Result: May

How to apply
& Topics of the internship projects

Find details from this link:




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