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Position: Junior Scientist - Photonic Sensors (f/m/d)
Institution: Silicon Austria Labs GmbH
Location: Villach, Austria
Duties: Research into spectroscopic and other optical sensing systems, including experimental work as well as advanced data analysis; Optics/opto-mechanics/opto-electronic design and implementation; Contribution to project acquisition and writing of funding proposals; Supervision of master students; Scientific publication of achievements in journals and at conferences; Optional: Project management
Requirements: You should hold a M.Sc. (or higher) in Physics or a related subject, with focus on optics, optical sensing or optical spectroscopy; You should bring a good understanding of spectroscopy and related optics design; Previous experience with practical implementation of spectroscopic systems (e.g. detectors/detector electronics, light sources, data acquisition and control, materials for optics, optics coatings, opto-mechanics design, data-analysis) is a plus; Experience in one or more of the following fields rounds up your profil: Solid-state/semiconductor physics; UV/VIS/NIR/IR/Raman Spectroscopy; Sensor data analysis with (Python, Matlab); Machine Vision; Be Innovative, autonomous and well-organised; You are keen on bringing scientific findings into application, creating tangible innovation; Being fluent oral and written in English is your strong suit; You bring some competence in talking/writting in German with you
   
Text: Junior Scientist - Photonic Sensors (f/m/d) Villach In the network of science and industry, SAL offers research in the areas of Sensor Systems, RF Systems, Power Elec­tronics, System Inte­gration Techno­logies and Embedded Systems. SAL - a great place to research. Your future responsibilities Research into spectroscopic and other optical sensing systems, including experimental work as well as advanced data analysis. Optics / opto-mechanics / opto-electronic design and implementation. Contribution to project acquisition and writing of funding proposals. Supervision of master students. Scientific publication of achievements in journals and at conferences. Optional: Project management. Your profile You should hold a M.Sc. (or higher) in Physics or a related subject, with focus on optics, optical sensing or optical spectroscopy You should bring a good understanding of spectroscopy and related optics design Previous experience with practical implementation of spectroscopic systems (e.g. detectors/detector electronics, light sources, data acquisition and control, materials for optics, optics coatings, opto-mechanics design, data-analysis) is a plus. Experience in one or more of the following fields rounds up your profil: Solid-state/semiconductor physics UV/VIS/NIR/IR/Raman Spectroscopy Sensor data analysis with (Python, Matlab) Machine Vision Be Innovative, autonomous and well-organised. You are keen on bringing scientific findings into application, creating tangible innovation. Being fluent oral and written in English is your strong suit. You bring some competence in talking/writting in German with you. Important Facts Start of your employment: as soon as possible. This position is endowed with a gross annual salary of € 44.478.- based on the collective agreement for research („Forschungs-Kollektivvertrag“) excluding bonus and depending on your experience and skills. Home Office possible. € 4.- /day food allowance in restaurants / € 2.- /day in supermarkets. Family- & Kids friendly. Free Coffee/Milk/Tee. Become part of Silicon Austria Labs The top research center for electronic based systems (EBS). Unfold the future, unfold yourself. Apply now Apply now Back to job listing Print Interested? × Close Drag your curriculum vitae here or Browse for files to apply for this job now. Upload your CV ;
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