In this role, you will be considerable experience in one or more of the following areas: Distributed computing, operating systems, numerical methods, parallel tools, and/or scientific visualization on high-performance computing systems.
The Energy Systems Division is seeking an applications scientist to perform basic and applied research on the electrical, magnetic and microwave properties of nanostructured materials, with particular emphasis on the magneto-electric coupling through strain/stress or other mechanisms.
The person will be responsible to lead, design, simulate, and evaluate a variety of devices, including exploring MEM's structures, and enhance design predictability of CMOS image sensor products, including ESD & Latch-Up
The Scientist will execute organic synthetic chemistry research that achieves project and area goals. Develop and optimize synthetic routes for milligram to multi-gram preparation of target molecules. Integrate relevant learnings in medical chemistry into workflow.
In this role, the selected candidate will evaluate medical research data and proficient knowledge of medical terminology; utilize problem solving techniques applicable to constantly changing environment.