Display Optimization Engineer / Scientist

Company Name:
E Ink Corporation
E Ink Corporation is seeking a Display Optimization Engineer / Scientist to work with a team characterizing the electro-optical properties of electrophoretic display systems and utilizing the results to improve display products.
Job Duties:
-Apply deep understanding of optimization methods to develop methods for optimizing the production of driving schemes and to invent new display driving schemes for new display applications.
-Perform data mining and statistical analysis of historical data.
-Create physical and mathematical models.
-Propose and execute electro-optical experiments.
-Analyze display performance.
Minimum Requirements:
Ph.D. in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or related field, including graduate coursework in optimization and/or control systems, plus 2 years of R&D experience in control systems/DSP for industrial application.
Experience must include:
-Research experience including extensive use of optimization and/or control theory and methods, and their application to optimization and control of complex, non-linear dynamic systems.
-Proven success in applying control theory methodology toward optimization of image quality of printed images or image stable electronic paper displays, achieved through both applied theory and experiments.
-Proven ability to build models, design experiments, interpret experimental data and apply optimization methods for creating practical prototypes for improved performance of commercial devices.
-Experience with control of quality of color in printed or electronic displays.
-Programming experience in C++ and MATLAB.
-Academic or industrial experience with embedded systems programming.
-Experience with digital camera imaging.
-Record of technical innovation directed toward solving complex problems.
-Ability to execute laboratory experiments and analysis in a timely fashion in a rapidly-changing, dynamic commercial environment.
M-F, 9:00am -5:30pm - 40 hours/week. Apply online at: http://www.eink.com/careers.html

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