Working as an instrument maker for space research

Working as an instrument maker for space research

Take a look at our mechanical workshop in Groningen. Jarno Panman has been a precision instrument maker for SRON since 2002. His work and that of his colleagues consists of making hardware components. For example, for (cryogenic) test set-ups for experiments that push...
‘You can stay involved from start to launch’

‘You can stay involved from start to launch’

“The reason I came to work at SRON is that I was looking for a job in which I can remain involved in what I design from start to finish. I used to be in chip manufacturing and my work involved only a small part, just a smaller phase in making something bigger....
The latest news about our space research

The latest news about our space research

Would you like to read all the news about our research and projects? Go to our corporate website for the latest news. You will be forwarded to www.sron.nl while you are now on www.sroncareers.nl On our corporate website www.sron.nl, all news articles are in Dutch,...
Working on a satellite instrument of societal relevance

Working on a satellite instrument of societal relevance

“I remember that day well. It was an enormously exciting day. There was press everywhere, the Minister for Economic Affairs was there and what if the launch would go wrong… That day has brought about quite a bit.” Measuring greenhouse gas, ozone and...