Degree in Computer Engineering
Degree in Electrical Engineering
Analytical and Problem solving, C Programming, Effective communication skills, MATLAB Programming, Optical Design Software, Python Programming
Scope of Position:
The successful candidate would work in the Micro and Nano Optics (MNO) research department of the Science and Technology Division. MNO combines deep understanding of display, light sources, and sensing systems with fundamental research in structured materials to develop new advantaged optical products. We seek out scientists with experience in optical design, fabrication, or characterization. The candidate must have a track record of combining fundamental optical physics principles to demonstrate novel optical components, imaging or display systems, or metrology. As part of Corning Global Research we leverage world-class expertise and capabilities in optical metrology, material finishing, and replication in our 2,000,000 ft2 laboratory in upstate New York and our research centers across the globe. From consumer electronics to quantum communications, MNO’s scientists understand our customer’s needs, translate those needs into hypotheses, and execute the design, modeling, and experiments required to test those hypotheses.
Day to Day Responsibilities:
Education and Experience:
< 10% some international travel required
This position supports immigration sponsorship.
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