Lincoln Laboratory has an opening for a U.S.-citizen Ph.D. student or working professional who has experience in the development of electronic-photonic integrated circuits and subsystems. The person in this position will be involved in design and test of PICs and electronic-photonic subsystems using a combination of internal and external resources.
The potential candidate is expected to contribute in one or more of the following areas of research: i) the design, simulation, and analysis of infrared semiconductor lasers, frequency combs, and photodetectors; ii) the modeling of nanoscale fields in subwavelength optical resonators and photonic-crystal cavities; (iii) the modeling of molecular vibrational resonances that are strongly coupled to optical cavities; and (iv) photonic integrated circuits that combine multiple midwave infrared components on the same silicon or III-V platform.
Pendar Technologies (www.pendar.com) has an opening for a Laser Scientist to join its Quantum Cascade Laser team. The Laser Scientist will work on the development of semiconductor optoelectronic devices including DFB and high-power quantum cascade lasers (QCLs), from proof-of-concept prototyping all the way through final manufacturing.
SUNY Polytechnic has opportunities in EPDA and MPW development in Albany NY and in test and packaging in Rochester, NY.
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ARL is leading an Optical Phased Array project in Washington DC for chip-scale optical communications, and planning to grow its team. ARL is looking for US citizens who are students, post-docs, or visiting researchers who would like to take on a post-doc or civilian position at ARL. ARL has the ability to host and pay for graduate students through the SMART program, and can train anyone with introductory integrated photonics design and testing experience. You can learn more about the openings by contacting Justin Bickford.