The intern will be part of the transdisciplinary research project SWIP (“Sustainable Water Infrastructure Planning”). The overall task will be to update and set up hydraulic models for sewer networks as well as to contribute to collection and (GIS-based) processing of data relevant within the project. The internship might be followed by a Master thesis in hydraulic analysis of urban drainage systems according to the trainee’s interest and upon mutual agreement.
We offer an internship for a Master student with the following profile
Sound knowledge and interest in urban hydrology, hydraulics, data management and geographic information systems.
Willingness to learn and flexibility to support us with a range of different data related tasks
Good German language skills
Motivation to actively exchange information with collaborating engineering companies
Application Deadline: 20 February 2012
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