Corning Incorporated is looking for a physicist with expertise in wireless communication, optical and computational physics. In this role, we require you to interact with RD&E personnel in a team setting, so excellent communication skills, oral and written, are needed. Further, you will be responsible for building models and using them in close conjunction with experiments to address problems in the areas of wireless communication, optical communication, optical behavior of textured glass surfaces, thin film structures, and optical devices.
Day to Day Responsibilities:
You will model and experiment on the behavior of wireless communication systems, and combined wireless/optical systems
Perform modeling and analysis of glass surface texture design and coating design for optimal light extraction, anti-reflective/ anti-glare properties, sparkle behavior, etc.
Model imaging systems and optical fiber behavior
You will also perform fiber coupling to sources and detectors of various sizes and performance levels
You will work with optical metrology and sensing in addition to laser processing of materials
Travel Requirements: One or two times a year for 2-5 days to other Corning locations (domestic and international) or to pursue training opportunities (conferences, classes).
Hours of work/work schedule/flex-time: Monday to Friday, regular business hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Job Title: Optical Physicist Wireless Communication Modeling and Simulation
Reference Number: 185864
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MS or PhD in physics, mathematics, electrical engineering, or related discipline is required
Minimum of one year of experience in optical physics modeling and simulation is required
Ability to travel domestically or internationally one or two times a year for up to 5 days to other Corning locations or to pursue training opportunities
Confirmed expertise appropriate physics discipline and electromagnetics
Ability to break down a problem and solve for that problem using models and experiments
Experience utilizing industry-standard numerical tools used in modeling
Sound understanding of techniques such as finite element and finite-difference time-domain methods
Experience in programming
Previous experimental experience with computational physics and mathematical algorithms
Delivered experience working with materials, especially polymers and glass
Programming skills and familiarity with Linux
Familiarity with software engineering practices: version control, test suites, etc.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills, and ability to work in a team-based environment
Show a consistent dedication to excellence and strong personal motivation to make a difference
Corning Incorporated is a diversified technology company with a proud history of developing breakthrough technologies that significantly improve people’s lives. We have been changing the world through innovation for more than 150 years, integrating scientific discovery with market need. We focus on high-impact growth opportunities in the telecommunications, flat panel display, environmental, life sciences and semiconductor industries.