The Materials Scientist will be responsible for facilitating the evaluation and development of novel materials and technologies for cryogenic measurement and instrumentation, as determined by the Company’s strategic planning and under the guidance of the R&D manager. The Materials Scientist will conduct research and experiments to find and characterize new material for the potential cryogenic temperature sensors, design tools and fixtures for R&D experiments, including the development of data acquisition tools for electronic device screening and compliance testing.
Knowledge and Experience in programming languages and Labview will be plus.
Scientific Instruments (SI) is a cryogenic measurement company located in West Palm Beach, Florida. SI designs and manufacturers a variety of products including cryogenic temperature sensors and instrumentation, aerospace temperature probes for flight hardware and ground support, LNG tank management systems, and FAA regulated temp probes for commercial aircrafts.
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