3 jobs - Corrected Electron Optical Systems GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany

Physicist or Applied Mathematician (Electron Optics Design)

In a group of physicists and engineers you will work on the development of advanced electron- optical instrumentation. This requires extensive theoretical simulations, understanding of the physical requirements and the ability to judge technological constraints. You will use our proprietary software tools for ray tracing based on perturbation-theoretical methods, numerical codes to calculate electromagnetic fields, and image analysis for aberration measurement. You will also contribute to the improvement of our simulation and analysis tools. You will help to develop novel theoretical solutions into real instrumentation and you will support the evaluation and interpretation of test results from the prototypes.

The position requires a profound education in applied mathematics and theoretical physics. Prior experience in optics design and field calculation based on the boundary element method would be an advantage. A broad technical and physical background, good communication skills and a responsible and organized way of working are necessary. We expect excellent skills in scientific computing including programming in C/C++ and scripting languages.

We explicitly encourage recently graduated candidates who are motivated to become experts in our domain of computational sciences. A good command of the English language and the willingness to learn German are necessary.

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Physics Engineer or Physicist (Electron Optics Instrumentation)

In a group of engineers and physicists you will be responsible for performing the installation, the test and the factory alignment of advanced aberration correctors for transmission electron microscopes and similar instruments. In close cooperation with optics designers, electronics and mechanics engineers, and software developers you will test and evaluate new instruments and techniques, improve user documentation, and conduct training for field service and microscope users. You will take care of project schedules and production timing. If necessary you also will help at the customer sites with installation, failure analysis and technical service.

The position requires a good technical and physical background, good communication skills and a responsible and organized way of working. A sound mathematical education and good computer skill including the ability to use scripting languages are necessary. Practical experience with the transmission electron microscope or other charged particle optics equipment would a great advantage. A good command of the English language and the willingness to learn German are necessary.

We offer an attractive job in the stimulating scientific environment of modern electron optics instrumentation with motivated and friendly colleagues and good social and financial conditions.

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Electronics Engineer (Electron Optics Instrumentation)

In a group of engineers and physicists you will work on the specification, development, prototyping and characterization of multi-channel current and high-voltage supplies for electron optical equipment. Our applications impose very unique demands on the precision of the DC power supplies. The careful investigation and design of all noise and drift related issues is absolutely necessary to achieve a stability performance in the range of 0.1ppm and below over a broad frequency range.

The position requires a profound theoretical and practical education in electronics engineering, a good technical and physical background, good communication skills and a responsible and organized way of working. A strong dedication to investigate and understand performance limiting factors and to focus on the research and characterization of novel solutions is mandatory. A sound mathematical education and good computer skills including the ability to use scripting languages are necessary.

We explicitly encourage recently graduated candidates who are motivated to work on challenging electronics problems for unconventional applications in the basic sciences. A good command of the English language and the willingness to learn German are necessary.

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Contact :

Dr. Heiko Müller
Phone: ++49 (0) 6221 89467-0
Website: mueller@ceos-gmbh.de

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