MIT Lincoln Laboratory Electronics Engineer in Lexington, Massachusetts
The Active Optical Systems Group develops and fields unique, world-class optical sensor systems across multiple mission areas of national importance. Our Group has a history of successful innovations; we have fielded a high-area coverage rate foliage-penetrating 3D imaging lidar using single photon-sensitive detector arrays; we developed a novel ultra-wideband coherent lidar; and we have MIT LL digital pixel focal plane array technology to develop unique passive IR sensors. These systems leverage our Groups’ creativity; over the past decade, our staff have filed 25 technology disclosures and have been granted 12 patents. Additionally, our group projects have won multiple R&D100 Awards, a prestigious innovation award honoring revolutionary ideas in science and technology. Our portfolio of programs spans smaller, high-risk, high-reward seedling studies and experiments that explore novel techniques and technologies to the fielding of larger, more mature systems that are designed, developed and integrated onto target platforms, such as aircraft. We host world-class expertise in optical phenomenology, optical sensors, high-speed embedded processing, and data exploitation and visualization algorithms. We are a diverse, dedicated and innovative Group looking for exceptional candidates to help us build the next generation of optical sensors.
We are looking for an individual with a demonstrated background in firmware design and digital and analog electronics to help design the next generation of custom advanced EO/IR systems. The successful candidate can leverage both specialized knowledge and general design rules to work with a small team to architect, design, build, and test prototype systems. The individual needs effective analytical and data processing skills to enable the testing and evaluation of systems under design.
Master's degree in electrical engineering, physics, or equivalent. In lieu of a Master's degree, a Bachelor's degree and 3+ years of experience will be considered. Experience in one or more of the following areas is desired: Digital and analog electronics circuit design, high-performance, real-time embedded firmware development,
Ability to work with an interdisciplinary team and be able to effectively communicate with non-experts in analog and digital electronics. The ability to work with system-level designers to craft electronics requirements strongly desired.
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