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Job Opening at Corning Incorporated
Job Title: Senior Controls Scientist \ Senior Controls Engineer
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Corning is a Fortune 500 company and the world leader in specialty glass, ceramics, and high-technology manufacturing. We create and make keystone components that enable products for consumer electronics, mobile emissions control, telecommunications, and life sciences. Corning succeeds through sustained investment in R&D, utilizing over 150 years of material science, process engineering, and manufacturing knowledge, and a distinctive, collaborative culture. To learn more please visit us at www.corning.com.
Ph.D. in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering with 3+ years’ experience and a background in process control systems engineering and an emphasis on multivariate statistical process modeling and control
The applicant will be expected to lead their own projects and work in a multi-disciplinary research, development, and engineering environment to identify opportunities for advanced controls and execute through design, development and implementation in manufacturing. The candidate will need to determine challenges, value propositions, and write proposals to initiate control projects; propose and define project objectives, scope, timeline, and deliverables and seek and identify resources to meet project needs. The candidate will be responsible for measurements and control systems strategy development for new and existing manufacturing processes. The successful candidate will be able to use fundamental process analysis in addition to extensive data analysis and experimentation to provide system understanding leading to control design. She/he will also be tasked with identifying measurements and sensor specifications required for process controls. To achieve the same, the ability to collaborate with process experts and other disciplines such as modeling and instrumentation will often be required. The candidate will design and develop innovative advanced control solutions to meet technical challenges and implement solutions for R&D and manufacturing processes. This will be done by leveraging optimization techniques to improve process performance and efficiency and utilizing advanced controls skills to implement solutions such as linear/nonlinear controls, model predictive control, intelligent control, and supervisory controls. The candidate will generate intellectual property through appropriate technical reports, invention disclosures, and patent applications. As part of their responsibilities the candidate may be expected to participate in process control development as part of a Smart Manufacturing initiative. This will require the ability to work in cross-functional teams innovating advanced sensing, controls, modeling (physical/first principles and empirical), new visualization techniques and cloud computing environments to develop and improve new and existing manufacturing processes, respectively.
Up to 20% travel may be required including international.
Req #: 2901