MIT Lincoln Laboratory Test Engineer - Advanced Imager Technology Group in Lexington, Massachusetts
The Advanced Imager Technology Group performs research and development of imager devices and subsystem-level technology for the DoD and scientific community. The imager efforts include advanced silicon-based and compound semiconductor-based focal-plane technologies for applications such as ground- and space-based surveillance, adaptive optics, and astronomy. These focal planes address special requirements, for example, large-format gigapixel arrays, very-high-speed imagers, time-of-arrival detectors (LADAR receiver), and low-light-level imaging applications. The group's efforts span the range of device and materials development, integrated circuit design and fabrication, custom packaging, detector hybridization, and the development of control and readout electronics for system-level demonstrations.
The Advanced Imager Technology Group is seeking to hire an engineer to join its semiconductor device test team to assist in the characterization and understanding of novel avalanche photodiodes (APDs) and other photodetectors. The Group is building state-of-the-art, photon-counting receivers and other visible and infrared imagers for a variety of scientific and national security needs. This position will require versatility and creativity to design and carry out the appropriate measurements and then to analyze the data for validity and usefulness. The position requires independent thought and problem solving and using best engineering judgment to debug problems. The ideal candidate is expected to be able to operate both independently on their own experiments and as part of a group to achieve larger objectives.
Experience is required in one of the following areas, with preference given to candidates with experience in multiple areas:
Familiarity with optical laboratory experimental design, test, and standard equipment including: power meters, optical spectrum analyzers, fiber components
Competency in electronic test equipment including: oscilloscopes multimeters, power supplies, and frequency/pulse generators
Scientific data analysis and data reduction (MATLAB, Python)
Experience debugging and interpreting data products
Ability to effectively communicate results and ideas – written or verbal
Candidates should hold a BS degree in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Material Science, or similar. Relevant prior work experience will be considered in lieu of formal degree.
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Selected candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation and must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret level DoD security clearance.
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