Euclid Detector Simulation Scientist
Graduate Position 2 years Milton Keynes, UK
Uploaded 29 Aug 2018
We are seeking a Detector Simulation Scientist to join The Centre for Electronic Imaging (CEI). The CEI is a research centre within the School of Physical Sciences at the Open University. The CEI is a collaboration between the Open University and Teledyne e2v, a world-leading manufacturer of scientific and industrial image sensors.
You will be part of a small team working on the Euclid VIS CCD project. Euclid is a European Space Agency mission which, when launched, will map the dark Universe. You will be engaged in all aspects of the electro-optical and radiation damage characterisation and optimisation of the new CCD sensor including simulating its operation performance and will become a key expert in the development, operation and performance modelling of the Euclid VIS CCDs, and analysis of the data from the instrument detectors.
Unit: Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
Salary: £33,199 to £39,609
Location: Milton Keynes
Please quote reference: 14883
Temporary contract until 31 March 2021
Closing Date: 5 October, 2018 - 12:00
You will have a PhD in Physics, Astronomy, Engineering or a closely related subject and will have a good understanding and experience with image sensor characterisation and data analysis. You will also have experience in writing data analysis algorithms with a demonstrable proficiency in software development using MATLAB, C/C++, Java and/or Python or similar development environments. Good problem solving, analytical and time management skills are essential along with a logical and rigorous approach to work and the ability to work both as part of a team and on your own initiative.
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