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This is an outstanding opportunity for a scientist who will pursue applied research and develop products in the areas of optical systems and atmospheric sensing. The potential areas of research, development, and applications are optical systems, lasers, optical systems design, ray tracing, optical detection, and atmospheric physics.
Honeywell Aerospace is a leading global provider of integrated avionics, navigation systems, engines, systems and service solutions for aircraft manufacturers, airlines, business and general aviation, military, space and airport operations. This scientist will be expected work on a team to develop new concepts, develop intellectual property, write project proposals, assess competitive technologies and products, and develop new technologies for future products. This will include understanding customer requirements, translating those into device and product requirements, performing trade studies, writing research and development proposals, project cost estimating, budgeting, and program management. The scientist must be technically creative, have strong organizational and communication skills, and able to work in a collaborative environment.
YOU MUST HAVE
Ph.D. in Engineering or Physics and/or Electrical, Mechanical, Aerospace, or Materials Engineering degree
Analytical capability to design optical systems using tools such as optical ray tracing/simulation tools: End-to-end optical simulation: Zemax or equivalent, ray tracing (free space) or Particle/atmospheric radiative transfer (scattering) modeling
Significant, directly related experience with systems modeling, optical systems, electro-optics, laser systems, sensor electronics, and/or sensor technology
Experience with laboratory optical system set up and measurements
Knowledge and experience of Python
Advanced linear algebra, least squares / maximum likelihood estimation, deconvolution, principal component analysis
Experience in systems engineering and development of complex, integrated software and hardware optical sensor systems
Knowledge and research experience with LIDAR systems
Experience and knowledge of atmospheric physics or meteorology
Knowledge and experience in developing intellectual property including patents and assessments
Capable of leading, planning, and executing the development and testing of sensors.
Experience working in teams of engineers, scientists, or technicians
Program management experience of internal and external R&D projects including scheduling, milestone tracking, manpower planning, earned-value measurement, estimating and budgeting
The candidate should have strong communication and presentation skills
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, religion, or veteran status.