Students will help assemble, test, and program components of a new radio correlator, a massive computational backend that allows radio telescopes to image the sky. Early work will be involved in assembling and testing components of the system, to be completed during the fall semester. In the spring, live system testing and advanced algorithm development will proceed.
Test results will be assembled into a written reference document for the instrument. Algorithms will be discussed with the full group and analyzed for performance, with progress and results regularly presented.
Any, subject to skills. Physics, EECS, etc. Strong computing background (hardware and/or software) is requisite. Background in math helpful: linear algebra, Fourier operations, complex analysis. The project requires delicate work (both physical and software), so students with demonstrated patience and ability to focus are preferred.
Assistant Professor, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics
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