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Job Description: UES, Inc. has a position available for a Research Scientist with expertise in the area of RF electronics and/or nonlinear optics – specifically in electro-optic modulators. Preferred candidates should have experience with modulators, RF photonic links, and understanding device fabrication and characterization, both optically and electrically at high frequencies. Candidates with experience in electro-optic modulators and optical waveguide fabrication with nonlinear materials are also valuable. Experience with high bandwidth photodiodes and telecom fiber optics/waveguides could also be helpful. Chip scale evaluation and RF packaging are also useful experiences. Primary functions for this positions include:|
~ Research RF-photonic modulators, links, and EO systems of interest
~ Designing RF-photonic modulators and other EO systems
~ Device fabrication and characterization with RF and optical equipment
~ Develop new RF-photonic devices
Requirements: Masters or higher in EE, Physics, Optics, or related field with experience in RF electronics and/or optics. Experience with nonlinear optics is a plus.
This position is working within a government facility and will require U.S. Citizenship. Additional Information: UES, Inc. is an innovative science and technology company providing customers with superior research and development expertise since its inception in 1973. Our long term success is a direct result of a strong commitment to the success of our employees. Taking time to complete the application is your first step towards joining UES in the pursuit of technological advancement. We look forward to reviewing your application.
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