Holography and Diffractive Optics (FH), Image Sensing and Pattern Recognition (IR), Microscopy and Optical Coherence Tomography (BM)
Years of Experience:
4 Year Degree
Double Helix Optics, an innovator in 3D imaging technologies looks to push the boundaries of 3D imaging to enable new discovery and insight for both the scientific and machine vision markets. Our products are built utilizing 3D computational optics that cross the boundaries of physics, computer science and engineering. We are looking for a Software Development Engineer to join our growing dynamic team to expand the boundaries of 3D imaging technology.
About the Role
The candidate filling this position will be a member of our software team developing 3D image processing and analysis algorithms and end-user software. The candidate must be self-motivated, self-directed, and able to function in a small, fast-paced development team.
Come join a great team bringing cutting-edge 3D imaging products to life in real world science and machine vision applications!
What you will be doing
Work as part of the team to design and optimize image processing algorithms for new product implementations
Integrate algorithms into commercial end-user software
Work with software and computational optics engineers to determine requirements for algorithm performance
Write well structured, testable, efficient, and maintainable software
Test and troubleshoot software implementations
BS or MS in Computer Science, Math, Electrical Engineering or related field and 2+ years of experience
Solid understanding of C++
Java desktop application development preferred
Experience with MATLAB preferred
Strong foundation in system software and data structures
A highly self-motivated and a solid team player with excellent oral and written communication skills.
Telecommuting is allowed.
About Double Helix Optics
Double Helix Optics is an emerging leader in 3D imaging for life sciences. Built on technology originally developed
in the labs of Dr. Rafael Piestun at the University of Colorado, Boulder and 2014 Nobel Prize winner Dr. W.E.
Moerner at Stanford University, the company is known for its Light Engineering™ engineered PSF technology. Our
technology enables imaging and tracking with an unprecedented combination of precision and depth, offering one
order of magnitude enhanced precision than conventional, diffraction-limited imaging and with depth ranges
exceeding 20 microns in a single shot.
A growing start-up company, based in Boulder, CO, you will be working in an exciting, fast-paced but also relaxed
and flexible working environment. As a small company, you will be close to all aspects of the business. There
will be room to grow with and within the business. You will be expected to be self-managing, proactive and
Double Helix Optics is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color,
national origin, religion, gender, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or
any other characteristic protected by law.