Chief Meetings & Industry Officer
The Optical Society (OSA) is recruiting for a Chief Meetings & Industry Officer (CMIO). The CMIO works with the CEO and related governance to develop the vision and set the strategic priorities for the management of all meetings, exhibitions, and OIDA (OSA’s Industry Development Associates) membership and OIDA related programs. The CMIO is responsible for ensuring the planning, implementation, success and evaluation of programs and products within the meetings and industry portfolios. As a member of the OSA Executive Team, the CMIO partners with other Division heads on overlapping goals and initiatives. OSA Science Advisors, who are responsible for OSA’s scientific content, support and partner with the CMIO.
Lead, execute and support current projects in the areas of optoelectronics, sensors, novel display applications and high-speed electronics. Key ability of interest is to create innovative and cost-effective products.
Scope of Position:
- Looking for a physicist with expertise in wireless communication, optical physics, and computational physics.
- The role requires interaction with RD&E personnel in a team setting, so excellent communication skills, oral and written, are a must.
Scope of Position (i.e. projects involved with and role within group): Combines the perspective of mechanical and stress field analysis with the understanding of material properties and builds on improving measurement equipment to collect data for the analysis. Key understanding of the optical principles behind the measurements will be vital to insure proper application and reporting of results. Use the principles and theories of science and engineering, especially utilizing mathematics and physics, to provide technical support to engineers involved in the application of optical and electro-optical systems and components. Works on assignments that are complex in nature where considerable judgment and initiative are required in resolving problems and making recommendations. Person utilizes key understanding of the optical principles behind the measurements to insure proper application and reporting of results.
This position is for a research scientist in high data rate optical communication systems group. The preferred candidate should have in-depth knowledge of optical waveguides and components for communication system, including hands-on experience in waveguide materials, design, fabrication, characterization and transmission. In this role, the candidate will have the opportunities to work with multidisciplinary and cross-functional teams, apply fundamental understanding to solve complex problems to support current and future business in optical communications. She or he will be responsible of developing tools and concepts in anticipation of future state of technology for the business, as well as provide troubleshooting support or testing for businesses that do not have the capability. We are looking for someone who can step into the lab and help define and execute laboratory experiments, as well as apply critical thinking and analysis. The scientist will also be responsible for proposing and carrying out future research efforts that support Corning’s current and future businesses in optical communications.
This position is to be filled with an applicant that can collaborate with a cross-functional team from industry, academia and government with a focus on providing process design kit (PDK) development expertise and design application support for photonics and electronic integrated circuit technologies. Specifically, the applicant will develop design rule checking (DRC) methodologies and rule decks for multiple technologies (e.g., silicon photonics and interposers) under the umbrella of the American Institute for Manufacturing integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics) in the domain of Electronic-Photonic Design Automation (EPDA). The applicant should be able to effectively use appropriate software including Mentor Calibre products. The applicant should also have the ability to effectively write portions of the PDK documentation. It is expected that the engineer will work towards a defect-free enablement environment and update / correct AIM Photonics PDKs on a regular basis. It is desired that the applicant will also have experience with aspects of PDK development beyond DRCs (e.g., LVS, parasitic extraction, etc.), pre-fab verification of customer designs (fab tape-in analysis), and experience working with MPW aggregators (e.g., MOSIS).
This position is to be filled with an applicant that can collaborate with a cross-functional multi-diverse team supporting photonics and electronic integrated circuit technologies. SUNY is looking for an experienced optical test engineer to characterize and validate performance of silicon-based active and passive integrated photonic devices for efficient optical interconnects. The applicant will be part of the photonics component development team and own device testing at the die-level, wafer-level, and subsystem level. This job requires work closely with manufacturing, development, and reliability groups. The Test engineer will define and develop test methods to demonstrate and debug the design rules, the package designs, the subcomponent integration steps and the process flows as well as validate the design rules at both the silicon electronic and active optical and the package assembly levels.
The 3D technology integration engineer responsibility will entail completing 2.5D/3D photonic packages fabricated at SUNY Poly by providing system level packaged solutions developed and fabricated at our Rochester AIM test assembly and packaging facility. This position is to be filled with an applicant that can collaborate with a cross-functional multi-diverse team that will encompass system design, silicon photonics fabrication and 3D integration while providing package assembly and test solutions to AIM Photonics customers.
This position is to be filled with an applicant that can collaborate with a cross-functional, diverse team supporting photonics and electronic integrated circuit technologies. SUNY Poly is looking for a process / packaging engineer to join our packaging process engineering team to support manufacturing and development of optical fiber attach to semiconductor-based optics/optoelectronic components. This engineer will sustain the process and equipment of wafer optical packaging for fiber optic components involving optical coupling and alignment between optical fibers and optoelectronic devices and, process development for such alignment and packaging.
This full time position will support our silicon photonics team with a variety of engineering support tasks. The person in this role will assist the engineering staff in setting up and maintaining the test lab as well as performing, analyzing and reporting on engineering test activities.
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