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Our innovative aerospace business division, is seeking highly motivated scientist to join our team. The primary objective of this role is to contribute to the design and development of a scalable proof of concept for a gravitational thruster based on Eugene Podkletnov's setup. The successful candidates will work on implementing toroidal-generated spinning electromagnetic fields applied to a gyroscope layout to assess fluctuations in gravity. NOBEL PRIZE IS AWAITING YOU!!

Key Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of engineers and physicists to design, model, and optimize the gravitational thruster concept.
  • Conduct theoretical analyses and numerical simulations to predict the behavior of the proposed system.
  • Design experimental setups and protocols for testing the gravitational thruster concept.
  • Fabricate and assemble prototype components, ensuring precision and accuracy in alignment and calibration.
  • Perform experimental tests, collect data, and analyze results to validate the performance of the gravitational thruster concept.
  • Troubleshoot technical challenges and propose innovative solutions to optimize system performance.
  • Document all design iterations, experimental procedures, and results in technical reports and publications.
  • Stay updated with the latest advancements in gravitational physics, electromagnetism, and aerospace engineering through literature review and engagement with academic and industry experts.


  • A Bachelor's, Master's, or Ph.D. degree in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or related fields.
  • We accept also Scholarships last years very motivated on the project or with innovative ideas
  • Strong theoretical background in gravitational physics, electromagnetism, and experimental design.
  • Proficiency in numerical simulation tools such as COMSOL Multiphysics, ANSYS, or similar software.
  • Experience in designing and conducting experimental research in physics or engineering laboratories.
  • Hands-on experience with electrical circuit design, electromagnetic field generation, and control systems.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and ability to work independently as well as in a collaborative team environment.
  • Effective communication skills, with the ability to present complex technical concepts clearly and concisely.
  • Prior experience with aerospace projects or propulsion systems is desirable but not essential.


  1. Podkletnov, E., & Nieminen, R. (1992). A possibility of gravitational force shielding by bulk YBa2Cu3O7-x superconductor. Physica C: Superconductivity, 203(3-4), 441-444.
  2. Tajmar, M., & Plesescu, F. (2009). Experimental investigation of the Gravitomagnetic London Moment. AIP Advances, 1(4), 042172.
  3. Carr, B. J., & Tsytovich, V. N. (2009). "Can Gravitational Repulsion between antimatter and matter solve the cosmological constant problem?" arXiv preprint arXiv:0905.4620.
  4. Aerospace Propulsion Systems by Thomas A. Ward.

Join us at CyraThruster and be part of a pioneering team revolutionizing space propulsion technology. Apply now with your CV and cover letter detailing your relevant experience and expertise. We look forward to welcoming you aboard!