Current openings


Duties :
  • Participate in the development of Attitude and Orbit Control Systems and algorithms
  • Participate in the development of simulation products
  • Provide support and analyses for mission and systems engineering
Must have
  • 2+ years of work experience.
  • MSc or PhD in a relevant field
  • 1+ years of experience in Satellite AOCS engineering
  • Experience in embedded software development
  • Good knowledge of English
Nice to have
  • Strong skills in Python development
  • Experience in building complex simulations and models
Working for Aerospacelab ?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • You’ll learn a lot from experienced engineers
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities
To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Duties :
  • Drive the development of our web user interfaces ensuring efficient and user-friendly tooling together with the team
  • Build systems for productions and implement high-quality solutions, ensuring latency, availability, and appropriate monitoring
  • Decide together with the team on technical frameworks being used and have the opportunity to implement best practices whilst the team is growing
  • Own your code
Must have
  • Professional and/or personal experiences with Web technology (Web programming, Web UI design, Web UX…)
  • Experience in using external and internal API services (REST, WebServices, …)
  • Ability to work with one or more multidisciplinary teams on several projects in parallel
  • Curiosity and ambitious
Nice to have
  • Experience with build continuous integration (automated testing & software deployment) and continuous delivery
  • Knowledge about javascript libraries or technology (OpeLayers, JQuery, Ajax, D3, …)
  • Knowledge about Progressive Javascript Frameworks (VueJS, NodeJs, React, … )
Working for Aerospacelab ?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • You’ll learn a lot from experienced engineers
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities
To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Duties :
  • Be responsible for accomplishing tasks in our Laboratory Facilities and Clean Room.
  • Support the Engineering teams in the mechanical and electrical assembly, integration and testing of the company prototypes and products
  • Assembly and testing of electronics PCB and harnessing (e.g. soldering of components, connectors and wires)
  • Mechanical tools design and manufacturing for test Bench integration
  • Maintenance of the laboratory equipment including tracking, calibration and repair
  • Management of consumables (raw materials, fasteners, electronic components)
  • Management of laboratory deliveries and shipment
  • Cleanroom monitoring, cleaning and operation support.
  • Manufacturing of 3D printed parts (FDM technology)
Must have
  • Electronic/Mechanical Bachelor degree (A1), Technical College degree (A2) with 3 to 5 years of professional experience in engineering laboratory
  • Experience in Electrical Equipment (boards, cables) preparations
  • Experience in soldering
  • Use of CAD design software
  • Use of ECAD design software and PCB schematics/layouts
  • Hands-on experience with integration of complex assemblies
  • Production of engineering drawings (mechanical and/or electrical)
  • Fluency in English
Nice to have
  • Knowledge of IPC PCB/PCBA standards
  • Experience in use of milling machine, lathe, drills, etc
  • Experience with programming languages (e.g. Python, Java, C, C++,…)
  • Proficiency with common industry electronic design software
Working for Aerospacelab ?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • You’ll learn a lot from experienced engineers
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities
To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Duties :
  • Support electrical and electronics subsystem design for spacecraft missions, including power electronics, sensor interface, digital hardware and embedded software.
  • Support all aspects of the development chain: specification, design, integration, test, operations, and maintenance
  • Support design reviews to ensure requirements and interface compliance
  • Work on digital and analog embedded hardware
  • Develop test plans that ensure adequate testing of units and the complete system
  • Work in a small growing team of electronics engineers in charge of the spacecraft electronics
  • Be in contact with a multidisciplinary team of flight software, FPGA developers and mechanical engineers
Must have :
  • MSc Electrical Engineering, Electro-mechanical Engineering or related field
  • No work experience or a first work experience
  • Ability to work across the team and company to drive designs to completion
  • Willing to learn
  • Good communication
  • Good knowledge of English
Nice to Have :
  • A passion for technology and rapid execution of sophisticated space missions
  • Experience with programming languages (e.g. Python, Java, C, C++,…)
  • Experience with PCB design, assembly, debug and system level testing methodologies
  • Proficiency with common industry electronic design software
Working for Aerospacelab?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • You’ll learn a lot from experienced engineers
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities
To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Duties :
  • Lead the design, analysis, and implementation of complex products that use FPGAs.
  • Be part of the micro architecture team and design partition within FPGA.
  • Implement design blocks using Verilog / System Verilog.
  • Participate in all phases of FPGA integration flow.
  • Test, debug and validate FPGAs in the lab using Verilog test benches and higher-level tools in Python / C /etc.
Must have :
  • MSc or PhD degree in electrical engineering.
  • 3+ years of experience working with complex FPGA.
  • 3+ years of experience in Verilog / System Verilog and/or VHDL.
  • Understanding of FPGA design flow (synthesis, place & route, etc)
  • Ability to read and understand schematic designs
  • Strong understanding of software and hardware interaction.
  • Comfortable with using power supplies, oscilloscopes, and spectrum analyzers in a lab environment (without burning the lab down!)
  • Excellent verbal and written skills to interact across software and EE design teams.
  • Fluent in English
Nice to Have :
  • Design and implementation of DSP algorithms in RTL for processing signals from RF and/or optical transceivers.
  • Design and implementation of FPGA-centric DSP algorithms in software and hardware.
  • Power consumption estimation for FPGA operations
  • Experience in scripting/programming - including low-level programming (firmware) of complex computer systems.
  • Experience with script language (Python)
  • Proficiency in a command line environment using Linux (ability to write scripts)
Why working for Aerospacelab?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities

To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Duties :
  • Support electrical subsystem design for spacecraft missions
  • Support all aspects of the development chain: design, integration, test, operations, and maintenance
  • Support design reviews to ensure requirements and interface compliance
  • Work closely with external providers of electronics to review designs, identify and resolve issues and develop integration and test approaches
  • Support subsystem development with a multidisciplinary team of flight software and FPGA developers and mechanical engineers
  • Develop test plans that ensure adequate testing of units and the complete system
Must have :
  • MSc or PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering or related field
  • 3+ years of experience supporting delivery of digital and analog embedded hardware
  • Experience leading existing in-house and subcontractor component/subassembly design
  • Experience with diagnosis, debug and component, assembly and system level testing methodologies
  • Demonstrated ability to work across the team and company to drive designs to completion.
  • Good knowledge of English
Nice to Have :
  • A passion for technology and rapid execution of sophisticated space missions
  • Prior experience with power systems design and testing
  • Experience with scripting language (Python)
  • Proficiency with common industry electronic design software.
Working for Aerospacelab?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities

To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Duties :
  • Spacecraft subsystem integration design.
  • Incorporate all Avionics components, harnessing and Payload/RF interconnect sub-systems into spacecraft bus design.
  • Support trade space investigations for structural optimization with finite element models and hand calculations.
  • Detail design for spacecraft composite panels, brackets, hardware, machined parts, TCS integration components, and various mechanical components.
  • Create detailed design documentation for component manufacture, assembly and test.
  • Conduct detailed tolerance analyses, clearance/interference checks.
  • Provide ongoing manufacturing support during spacecraft build for assembly, integration, and test.
  • Research options for appropriate materials and surface treatments for mechanical component design to comply with mission performance requirements.
  • Support qualification plans (acoustic, vibration, shock, static load tests, thermal tests) to verify structural and thermal margins of safety, and correlation to analysis models
Must have :
  • 2+ years of work experience.
  • MSc or PhD in aerospace or mechanical engineering.
  • 1+ years of experience with 3D CAD modelling and 2D drawing specifications.
  • Good knowledge of English
Nice to Have :
  • Demonstrated FEA skills for structural analysis (FEMAP/Nastran, Ansys, or others), and excellent knowledge of mechanical design principles.
  • Experienced with carbon fiber/ aluminum composite honeycomb design / manufacturing techniques.
  • Experienced in troubleshooting issues and finding solutions.
  • Experienced with structural and/or thermal testing and correlation of test data to predictions.
  • Innovative, driven, out of the box thinker, self-motivated to investigate and implement new ideas, and proactive in overcoming obstacles.
  • Very strong communication, teamwork and organizational skills.
Working for Aerospacelab?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities

To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Duties :
  • Developing predictive analytic products using multimodal geospatial data
  • Deploying new analytics models in production and evaluating their scalability
  • Collaborate closely with peers on other engineering teams and interface frequently with product and sales teams
Must have :
  • MSc or PhD in applied mathematics, computer science, related technical field or equivalent practical experience
  • Strong background in Machine Learning
  • Strong Python software development skills
  • Good foundations software architecture and object-oriented design
  • Experience with implementing machine learning models and deploying them in scalable production environments
  • Fluent in English
Nice to Have :
  • Experience with one or more general purpose programming languages including but not limited to: C/C++, Objective C, Python, Ruby, JavaScript, SQL or Go
  • Experience with multiple more general purpose deep learning frameworks including but not limited to Tensorflow, Theano, Keras, Caffe, Torch, etc
  • PhD degree, publications and an active GitHub portfolio
Working for Aerospacelab?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities

To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Duties :
  • Developing classical and deep learning powered computer vision algorithm tailored for satellite imagery
  • Setup a statistical benchmarking suite to evaluate the performance of segmentation, classification and labelling algorithms
  • Prototype and then scale up the algorithms on relevant hardware
Must have :
  • MSc or PhD in applied mathematics, computer science, related technical field or equivalent practical experience
  • Strong background in Machine Learning/Deep Learning/Computer Vision
  • Strong Python software development skills
  • Good foundations software architecture and object-oriented design
  • Experience with implementing machine learning models and deploying them in scalable production environments
  • Fluent in English
Nice to Have :
  • Experience with multiple more general purpose deep learning frameworks including but not limited to Tensorflow, Theano, Keras, Caffe, Torch, etc
  • Speak fluent CUDA and cuDNN
  • PhD degree, publications and an active GitHub portfolio
Working for Aerospacelab?
  • Play with the latest NVIDIA deep learning appliances
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities

To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Duties :
  • Take part, as team member, in the spacecraft subsystem integration and design across all project phases.
  • Participate in all subsystems AITV activities
  • Support trade space investigations for structural optimization with finite element models and common sense.
  • Detail design for spacecraft composite panels, brackets, hardware, machined parts, TCS integration components, and various mechanical components.
  • Participate in the detailed design documentation for component manufacture, assembly and test.
  • Tolerance analyses, clearance/interference checks.
  • Support during spacecraft assembly, integration, and test.
  • Support qualification plans (acoustic, vibration, shock, static load tests, thermal tests) to verify structural and thermal margins of safety, and correlation to analysis models
Must have :
  • MSc in aerospace or mechanical engineering.
  • Good knowledge of English
Nice to Have :
  • Knowledge of CAD software.
  • Demonstrated FEA skills for structural analysis (FEMAP/Nastran, Ansys, or others), and excellent knowledge of mechanical design principles.
  • Experienced in troubleshooting issues and finding solutions.
  • Experienced with structural and/or thermal testing and correlation of test data to predictions.
  • Innovative, driven, out of the box thinker, self-motivated to investigate and implement new ideas, and proactive in overcoming obstacles.
  • Very strong communication, teamwork and organizational skills.
Working for Aerospacelab?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • Competitive salary and conditions
  • No dumb managers, no stupid tools to use
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities

To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be

Aerospacelab is currently seeking talented individuals for our Internship or Diploma Thesis program. Aerospacelab engineering interns play a significant role in the design, development and testing of satellite hardware. You will obtain invaluable hands-on technical experience that you can’t learn in a classroom. Our engineering team will help you to roll up your sleeves and apply text book theory and lab experience to creating solutions for real aerospace challenges. You will gain practical experience by participating in actual space hardware development projects.

Must have :
  • Currently enrolled in a BSc or MSc in (applied) mathematics, engineering, physics, computer science or geography.
  • Good knowledge of English
Nice to Have :
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a team environment, accomplishing tasks with limited resources at a rapid pace
  • Hands-on experience through engineering project teams, lab research, or through a prior relevant internship or work experience
Working for Aerospacelab?
  • You’ll work on satellites that will be sent into space before your retirement
  • Be part of the « new space » industry and its challenges
  • Great team of very smart people, in a friendly and open culture
  • No waste of time in enterprise processes, if you can handle it we’ll give you quite a lot of responsibilities

To apply, send your CV to jobs@aerospacelab.be