Engineering and Technology: Electrical, Physics: Applied, Physics: Instrumentation and Measurement
Micro Encoder Inc. (MEI) an R&D company develops software, sensors and measurement technologies for state-of-the-art industrial inspection applications. We are seeking an Applied Physicist to join our world-class research and development team.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, flexible contributor to:
Engage in development of optical sensors and systems from first-principle physics analysis through detailed engineering studies.
Contribute expertise to a variety of optical and electromagnetic research topics.
Work in cross-disciplinary teams with electrical and mechanical engineers.
Provide system-level analysis of sensor and optical microscope prototypes and their product targets.
Conduct detailed numerical simulations, using industry-standard tools such as Zemax and COMSOL.
Design, develop, and operate laboratory test systems for testing product prototypes.
Perform data processing and analysis of laboratory and simulation results.
Generate intellectual property related to the field of dimensional metrology.
Work with outside vendors for fabrication of prototypes.
Engage in regular, clear, written and oral communication with fellow engineers, scientists, and managers.
M.S. or Ph.D. in Physics, Optical Engineering, or related field
Minimum 3 years industry experience related to sensors and sensing systems.
Generalist physics background and understanding.
Strong working knowledge of numerical analysis using tools like MATLAB, Python, or Mathematica.
Experience with industry-standard simulation software, such as COMSOL or Zemax.
Laboratory experience with precision displacement sensors, positioning platforms, data acquisition hardware and software.
Able to simulate the performance of measurement systems using theoretical and computational methods.
Knowledge of precision measurement tools including hand tools, CMMs, microscopes.
Knowledge of precision measurement and metrology
Knowledge of Japanese language and business culture
Consistent attendance and performance
Interact in a positive and constructive manner with co-workers
MEI offers a progressive, challenging, casual team-oriented work environment, competitive salaries and an excellent benefit package, including matching 401k.
Micro Encoder Inc. (MEI), a wholly owned research and development subsidiary of Mitutoyo Corporation of Japan, was established in 1986 to identify and develop technologies, products, software, and components for Mitutoyo's dimensional metrology instrumentation and future product line.
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