The Research Engineer position is in the Biomedical Microdevices and Nanotechnology Lab under the supervision of Dr. Shalini Prasad. This position must have strong communication and people skills and must be able to work with cross functional teams on a regular basis. This position must also have strong EE/CS fundamentals with basic understanding of electronic components, functionality, and integration.
Bachelor's degree in the field of assignment.
Preferred Education and Experience:
M.S. in Electrical Engineering.
Strong programming and scripting skills (Python, MATLAB, C/C++). Prior object-oriented programming experience is preferred.
Preferred experience with analyzing, processing, and visualizing large data sets using BI tools (anyone from Tableau, Spotfire, etc.).
Experience with lab equipment test set-up and instrument automation (e.g., digital oscilloscope, logic analyzer, power supply, DMM, etc.).
Familiarity with low-speed interfaces (e.g., I2C, SPI) is preferred.
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