Computer Science: Hardware, Engineering and Technology: Electronics, Physics: High Energy
Nevis Laboratories of Columbia University is seeking Sr. Staff Associates / Staff Associates to work on instrumentation for high energy physics experiments.
The successful candidates for the Sr. Staff Associates should have a Masters or Ph.D. in physics or electrical engineering, with experience in electronics development for high energy physics or a related field.
The successful candidates for the Staff Associate level will have a Masters in physics or electrical engineering, or the equivalent. Candidates with a Bachelor degree in computer science and relevant experience or expertise in hardware systems for high-bandwidth digital data processing are also encouraged to apply.
At the junior level, responsibilities will include assistance in design and verification of analog or digital circuits, assistance in development of large FPGA-based trigger and data acquisition systems, and development of corresponding testing infrastructure. A senior level hire will lead design efforts for ASICs and/or large FPGA-based trigger and data acquisition systems and mentor junior associates. At all levels, there will be close collaboration with physicists.
Salary will be commensurate with experience.
Nevis Laboratories is the High Energy Physics laboratory of Columbia University located in Irvington, NY. Current projects include ATLAS at CERN, MicroBoone and SBND at Fermilab, DUNE at SURF and sPHENIX at Brookhaven.
About Columbia University / Nevis Laboratories
Nevis Laboratories is the high energy physics laboratory of Columbia University located in Irvington, NY
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