Seeking for a software engineer to participate in the development of digital camera systems employing intensified image sensors. We are looking for a team-oriented, self-driven individual with a keen technical mind and an eye for detail. The Photonics Division is comprised of engineers who have expertise in hardware, FPGA, embedded software, software and imaging systems. We operate in a fast-paced, highly technical R&D environment. You will be expected to explore new technologies and product concepts, create new products, enhance our current product lines, and stay abreast of new technologies and techniques.
- Develop software for windows operating system with Microsoft tools. Programming languages include C, C#, C++, Python, Python.
- Develop software for Android operating systems with Android studio.
- Develop new applications and improve existing software tools.
- Write user friendly applications for camera control and for camera testing.
- Work with and develop drivers for various laboratory and test equipment such as cameras, light sources, meters, mechanical stages, thermal chambers and others
- Write device drivers, unit tests and create software documentation.
- Participate in the debugging of imaging products and systems.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
- Ability to independently tackle problems in new environments
- Experience with GUI development on windows platform
- Experience with .net environment for desktop applications
- Experience with WPF, Winform
- Experience with Multi-threaded designs
- Experienced with version control
- Familiarity with hardware communication interfaces and lab equipment
- Experience with MFC
- Experience with Java
- Experience with Matlab
- Experience with bit accurate modeling
- Experience with Android development
- Embedded experience
- Familiarity with video cameras or image sensor products and of video principles
- BS in EE or equivalent, advanced degree preferred
- 4+ years of experience with software development (junior level with relevant experience will be considered).
- Permanent Residency required. US citizenship is preferred