Job Id: 1087
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Collaborate with Research Fellows and Mechanical Engineers to develop clinical consoles, probes, and rotary junctions by determining optical component layout and alignment strategies, fabricating rigid and vibration-resistant mounts, analyzing mechanical and alignment tolerances, optimizes glass, epoxy, and anti-reflection coating selections, and designs custom optical components when required.
Designing and optimizing miniature fiber optic and free-space optical systems in advanced catheters and probes.
- Minimum of 1-2 years of experience in device engineering in a hospital, industrial, or research setting required.
- Experience in biomedical optics device or fiber-optics communication device design and fabrication with a strong background in mounting mechanics.
- Experience with laser-tissue interactions in the visible and near-infrared wavelengths is preferred.
- Produce prototypes of new optical, mechanical, electronic, and computer components and systems.
- Document and test new and existing parts, assemblies, and procedures to evaluate performance, patient safety, facilitate manufacturing, and satisfy various regulatory requirements
BS or MS degree in Optics, Biomedical Optics, or related