In order to promote the development and research of science, the Geophysical Institute of Peru (IGP), an institution attached to the Ministry of Environment (MINAM), has opened the 2022 Pre-Vocational Training Program for students from public and private universities in the disciplines of electronic engineering, systems engineering, physics, mathematics, computer science and the like. .
If you are interested and if you are looking for an internship, this is your chance. Applicants for the program called “Scientific Research and Technological Development for University Students” must meet the following requirements: Study from the seventh to tenth cycle, have no employment relationship, submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher and/or advisor, proof of grades and registration.
With these requirements they will have to enter This web page Where you will find, in detail, information about the call. Remember that Registration ends on November 19th.
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On this occasion, seven students who will begin their internships in the summer of next year will be selected for development at the Radio Jicamarca Observatory.Which is considered one of the most important research centers in the world for the study of the tropical ionosphere.
As part of the professional training, they will be in contact with researchers from the area of remote sensing. from high-ranking foreign universities and will receive a reward of $350.
Since 2013, when the Pre-Professional Training Program was established, more than 60 students have been part of itWho are now practicing their profession successfully in our country and abroad.
The program is sponsored by the International Science Association and Cornell University in the United States.
This is the tenth edition of the program that seeks to train new talents in science and engineering, Provide selected students with knowledge, experience and advice, so that they can apply what they have learned in conducting a scientific research or technology development project.
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