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The RadMap Telescope is a TUM-led NASA experiment that will monitor the radiation background on the International
Space Station (ISS). The instrument incorporates several state-of-the-art particle detection technologies and has a
scintillating fiber tracker at its core. As part of this thesis, an existing prototype tracker shall be analyzed and a new,
modular stacking concept shall be developed, constructed, and tested.
Depending on the time available for your thesis, your work could include some or all of the following tasks:
Familiarize yourself with the working principle of the fiber tracker and associated hardware.
Learn how to use 3D CAD software (SolidWorks) and 3D printers.
Analyze the current tracker prototype from a hardware perspective and identify weak spots in the design.
Support testing of the existing prototype using radioactive sources.
Develop a new, modular stacking concept whose parts can be manufactured on a 3D printer.
Build, evaluate, and test prototype modules.
Support the development, construction, and test of the final flight model.
Experience in 3D CAD design and/or manufacturing techniques is helpful, but not required. You should enjoy working in
the lab and interacting with a young and dynamic team.