We are looking for a talented Research Engineer who will:
- Develop and run numerical models of metamaterial-based RF systems and devices
- Develop and implement optimisation strategies for RF systems and devices
- Design and run proof-of-concept numerical experiments for innovative technologies
- Assess the performance of innovative systems and devices numerically and experimentally
- A PhD degree in Physics or Electrical Engineering
- Research mindset: ability to break down and solve complex problems
- Experience in and responsible attitude to generating timely high-quality scientific/ engineering reports
- Responsible attitude to collaboration and independent work
- Strong background in Metamaterials and Electromagnetism
- Solid understanding of Circuit Theory and ability to build and analyse circuit models of RF systems
- Experience in developing numerical and analytical models of electromagnetic systems
- Hands-on experience in designing and running RF experiments
- Proficiency in using Python/ Matlab for research and development purposes
- Ability to use Linux OS
Nice to have
- Experience in operating oscilloscopes, vector network analysers, spectrum analysers, power meters, programmable loads
- Understanding of solid-state physics
- Experience in collaborative software development (Git)
- Experience in working in a team
- Experience in working in a start-up environment
How to apply
Send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
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