Laser Support Engineer
- Post Date:25/03/2022
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- Salary $60,000-75,000/yrExperience Junior (0 - 3 yrs)Working time Full-time
- Tasks See job descriptionRequirements Lasers and amplifiers, Data analysis, Programming, Analytical ThinkingAdditional Qualifications Hardware development
- Type of contract Contract of employmentContract duration Specified periodLanguages English
- Start of work 01.05.2022Possible locations Fort Collins, ColoradoEmployee benefits Other
- Business trips NoRemote work NoRecruitment process To apply, submit a cover letter and resume or CV that addresses your skills and qualifications, and the names and contact information for three professional references. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates. https://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/101431
Laser Support Engineer position open at Colorado State University. The individual in this position will participate in the implementation of advanced beam control software, the automation of data acquisition and analysis during user campaigns to be selected by the LaserNet US Proposal Review Panel.
CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.
The position is to support experiments in laser-plasma research that require control software and electronics that drive Peta-Watt class lasers at the ALEPH laser at the Advanced Beam Laboratory. This position also offers an opportunity to support laser plasma research conducted at CSU as part of LaserNet US collaborative projects, funded by the Department of Energy (DOE). The individual in this position will participate in the implementation of advanced beam control software, the automation of data acquisition and analysis during user campaigns to be selected by the LaserNet US Proposal Review Panel. The successful candidate will report to Jorge Rocca, a University Distinguished Professor in CSU’s Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Physics. The individual in this position will collaborate with CSU and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory personnel, and with external users from LaserNet US to achieve results in experiments on laser plasma interaction.