Sivananthan Laboratories is on the cutting edge of research and development of intelligent and automatic-decision making sensors and imagers. Constant innovation of its technologies provides state-of-the-art infrared imagers to U.S. defense and commercial customers. Join our dedicated and talented team of innovators in achieving our mission to “protect those who protect us.”
SUMMARY OF ROLE
The successful candidate will provide theoretical modeling and simulation support to projects on sensing and imaging.
The successful candidate will specifically:
- Develop first-principles to empirical methods for computing the electronic structures of bulk and nanostructured semiconductors.
- Develop methods to calculate the optical, dielectric, and transport properties of bulk and nanostructured materials.
- Use COMSOL to study electromagnetic light propagation in dielectric structures.
- Work closely with experimental physicists and engineers and provide theoretical support.
- Write R&D-level proposals for semiconductor materials and device technology advancements.
- Present R&D results at conferences and publish papers.
- Knowledge of and experience with first-principles electronic structure methods.
- Demonstrated experience in calculating optical, dielectric and transport properties.
- Knowledge of studies related to nanostructured materials.
- Ability to use COMSOL for optical, dielectric, electromagnetic, and device simulations.
- Strong oral and written communication skills, strong organization skills with an attention to detail, and excellent documentation capability.
- Candidate should be enthusiastic and highly self-motivated.
- Computer skills in MS Office, Linux, MatLab.
- Doctoral degree in Physics, Materials Science, Optics, or relevant engineering discipline.
- Citizen or permanent resident of the United States.