We are recruiting for 2020/2021
We are looking for students to join our:
– Focusproject Team
– Engineering Team
– Business Team
Apply now, contribute to a prestigious endeavour, and shape the future besides your studies !
For Focusproject Team:
Send us your CV and a motivation letter to email@example.com
by 31.05.2020 23:59
Please, also apply officially via D-MAVT / D-ITET: https://forms.gle/E1Hh7YMNAXAAEL4n8
For Engineering and Business Team:
Send us your CV and a motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
by 14.06.2020 23:59
Student association. Rocket Science. Teamwork.
Gain project experience in a real-world setting
Take the initiative outside the classroom and complement the theory with the praxis in a hands-on space engineering project.
Develop teamwork and leadership skills
Be part of an interdisciplinary team of over 50 passionate and engaged students. Improve your interactive skills and grow as a person.
Build life-long friendships and kick-start your career
Make long-lasting connections by working towards the common ambitious goal and grow your network in industry and academia.
Engineering. Management. Leadership.
Join the Rocket Team
For fall 2020, ARIS offers possibilities as engineers / applied scientist or leader in the rocket team, or as a manager in the business teams. Check out the open positions below.
We are looking for committed students willing to voluntarily spend about 15-40 hours per week (depending on the position) to grow and develop their practical skills in an interdisciplinary team besides their studies. Passion and availability are the most important for us. We expect you to bring self-initiative and be able to meet deadlines. For some positions, specific technical skills are required.Find out more about the mission of the Rocket Team 2020
ARIS – Rocket Development
Under the supervision of
Prof. Lino Guzzella and Prof. Melanie Zeilinger
a team of 12 students is investigating on a lightweight hybrid rocket engine for integration into our competetion rocket as well as conducting a feasiblity study on guided recvoery.