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Director, Neuromodulation and Neurostimulation Program, NIMH
NIMH The Division of Translational Research (DTR) at NIMH is recruiting an individual to serve as a Program Officer at NIMH to direct and lead the Neuromodulation and Neurostimulation Program. This program supports research that seeks to develop and refine novel neurostimulation and neuromodulation devices and interventions; identify and validate targets for novel interventions using such modalities; assess mechanisms of action of existing and putative neuromodulation interventions; and identify and validate biomarkers of disease progression and treatment response. The overall goal is to advance neurotherapeutics for major mental disorders and clinical dimensions of psychopathology (RDoC) associated with these disorders. The Program Officer will be expected to plan and direct programs in neurostimulation and neuromodulation on national and international levels in support of the advancement of DTR’s research mission. Responsibilities will include administering and managing an extramural portfolio of research grants and cooperative agreements and developing new funding opportunities. The Program Officer will also be expected to interact and collaborate with program officers at NIMH, NIH, and other federal agencies, and with researchers in the scientific community.
BAW Process Development Engineer
Texas Instruments Minimum requirements: Masters in EE/ChE/Material Science/Physics or related degree with 5 years of experience
Preferred qualifications: PhD in EE/ChE/Material Science/Physics or related degree with 2 years of experience Ability to establish strong relationships with key stakeholders critical to success, both internally and externally Strong verbal and written communication skills Ability to quickly ramp on new systems and processes Demonstrated strong interpersonal, analytical and problem-solving skills Ability to work in teams and collaborate effectively with people in different functions Ability to take the initiative and drive for results Strong time management skills that enable on-time project delivery
This Role: Responsible for process characterization and optimization to support next generation Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) development programs. Drive the characterization of new and novel device structures to ensure robustness, reliability, and manufacturability. The job requires characterization of devices and investigating the impact of external physical influence on device components. You will have the opportunity to work with TI’s industry-leading analog products in the area of Bulk Acoustic Wave Devices. This position provides an excellent view of the entire commercial semiconductor flow from technology development, productization and component design, through product qualification. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Development of BAW technology which includes working with fab process technologies Optimization of process and design to meet final device targets Developing and optimizing models for component characterization Development of strategies for continuously monitoring the impact of process variation on device performance “Hands-on” problem solving including the ability to perform and direct electrical bench measurements Ability to direct electrical failure analysis activities to identify root cause and drive solutions.
Assistant Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of Texas at El Paso The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) of The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin in fall 2023.
The Department welcomes applications from outstanding candidates from all areas of electrical and computer engineering. The Department has particular interest in candidates with expertise in (i) cyber physical system and in (ii) power electronics. We are interested in candidates who can lead department growth, complement current expertise, and contribute to interdisciplinary research focus areas at the UTEP College of Engineering through fundamental disciplinary and/or application-specific research. Priority will be given to the overall originality and promise of the candidate’s work and potential to contribute to the ECE Department’s and UTEP’s vision and mission of providing access to excellent higher education.
Candidates will be expected to engage in undergraduate and graduate teaching, contribute institutional and professional service, and develop vigorous, externally funded research programs in their technical areas. The application materials should clearly demonstrate the potential of the candidate to succeed in meeting these expectations.
The University of Texas at El Paso is America’s leading Hispanic-serving university. Located at the westernmost tip of Texas, where three states and two countries converge along the Rio Grande, UTEP is a public research university that transforms lives. Eighty-four percent of our students are Hispanic, and more than half of undergraduates are the first in their families to go to college. At UTEP, our 24,000 students have access to 170 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs in nine colleges and schools.
Simon Fraser University We have openings in the following areas:
PhD positions on the development of silicon microresonators for timing applications; Post-doctoral research fellow positions on the fabrication and characterization of silicon microresonators for timing applications; PhD/MSc positions on development of in-sensor computing platforms.
Please check our website for details. Come and see me at the conference if interested.
Post-doc for ‘Development of flexible substrate solutions for radio frequency
energy harvesting integration’
IMT Atlantique Within a framework of an eco-design project in partnership with an ETI specialized in loT, we propose to explore solutions for the integration of radio-frequency energy recovery devices. Several technological solutions will be considered by developing additive manufacturing processes (inkjet printing, screen printing and electrolytic recharging) with conductive inks on flexible substrates in order to reduce the environmental impact of manufacturing systems while maintaining optimal performance. In this context, you will work on the integration of the receiving antenna and the RF energy recuperator within the research teams of IMT Atlantique. You will select the substrates compatible with the printing. You will test polyethylene therephthalate and polyethylene naphthalate substrates of different thicknesses for their flexible and integrability properties, while a bibliographical study will be carried out in order to select the most appropriate biosourced paper substrates. You will evaluate the electrical performance of commercial inks (genesink, amepox, ...) whose implementation processes are compatible with the realization of printed electronic boards (PCB) flexible (temperature) and in particular those made of paper (swelling). The effects of aging and humidity will also be evaluated by electrical tests. You will also evaluate the different techniques of transferring components on these flexible substrates by glue and conductive resin (epotek H20E, …….) or others following the state of the art. The resistivity of the electrical connections will have to be measured with precision to model the parasitic impedances created by the transfer of the components. You will also evolve the minimum size of the tracks allowing the connection of the integrated components like those in a typical box of the radio frequency modules.
Several postdoc and graduate student openings
Tufts University Opportunities in several areas: 1. Ingestible devices 2. Biosensors 3. Soft and flexible bioelectronics 4. Bioinstrumentation 5. Analog CMOS
Tufts University is located in the intellectual capital of the world in greater Boston area.
Semiconductor Packaging Engineer - Dallas Texas
Texas Instruments Min 2 years experience with semiconductor packaging design. See link for details on this opportunity. Thanks for the interest!
Research Engineer – Microsystems
GE Research Research Engineer – Microsystems Research and development of gas, biological, and physical sensor systems GE Research, Niskayuna, NY Job Description Summary The Microsystems team at GE Research is looking for candidates who are interested in the research and development of gas, biological, and physical sensor systems and integration of these sensors into industrial and consumer products. As a Research Engineer - Microsystems you will be working closely with a highly experienced multidisciplinary team to continue the development of sensing technologies for our wide range of customers. The primary focus of this position will be the design and testing of sensor subsystems such as (i) transducers, (ii) signal interrogators, and (iii) data analytics and applications of these sensor subsystems to deliver new performance characteristics in gas, biological, and physical sensor systems. Please see LINK for details
Texas A&M University Nanobio Systems Lab in Texas A&M University (Directed by Dr. Arum Han) is currently recruiting Postdoc/Ph.D. students in the following areas:
(1) Organ-on-Chip (OoCs) applications (2) High throughput droplet microfluidic screening (3) New biosensing technology development (4) Instrumentations for microfluidic systems
Dr. Han is a Professor of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Chancellor EDGES Fellow of Texas A&M University, Presidential Impact Fellow of Texas A&M University. He currently also serves as the Editor-in-Chief for the journal Biomedical Microdevices. He is also the director of AggieFab Nanofabrication Cleanroom Facilities (https://aggiefab.tamu.edu) . Nanobio Systems Lab are currently supported by NIH, DARPA, NSF, ARL, ARO, USDA and several other various research fundings.
Please check out our website for details (https://people.engr.tamu.edu/arum.han/index.html), if interested, please reach out Han Zhang (mailto:email@example.com) or Can Huang (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
predictive maintenance development engineer
Glasgow Caledonian University Predictive Maintenance Development Engineer (KTP Associate) will be an employee of Glasgow Caledonian University but will be based at Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioning Systems Europe Ltd headquarters in Livingston with regular supervision meetings with the University’s supervisory team. This is a full-time/fixed term opportunity for 24 months.
An additional £6,000 training and development budget is available for this opportunity.
The KTP Associate will be taking a leading role in the deployment of Industry 4.0 technologies and predictive analytics for condition monitoring within the Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioning Systems Europe factory. The factory is undertaking a dramatic transformation to become a new Smart Factory to help to increase efficiency, capacity and maintain the workforce within the plant. During this process the Associate will also be guided to generate high quality academic research publications and disseminate their work at international conferences.