Positions Available

Interested on joining our group?  Below are current open positions:

Research Fellow Positions

October 4 2019

A new Post Doc positions is open in Dr Franceschini’s Lab to develop next generation NIRS-DCS devices.

We invite enthusiastic individuals with a PhD in Electrical Engineering or related fields with a strong background in optoelectronics, including micro controllers, embedded system design, SPAD detectors, digital electronics and signal processing. Also required programming experience in C, C++, Python, LabView, FPGA programming and Matlab. This is a one-year renewable term appointment, expected to start end of 2019 beginning of 2020.

If interested, please include the following in your application:

  • A cover letter;
  • CV summarizing all relevant academic, professional, and other achievements, experience, skills and knowledge. Including a publication list;
  • Names of three referees.

For enquiries please email to mfranceschini at mgh.harvard.edu

 

Software Developer/ Computer Engineer Position

 October 7, 2019

 We are looking for a skilled Software Developer or Computer Engineer to develop software for our novel NIRS and DCS tissue monitoring medical devices. The Computer Programmer’s duties will include developing in-house software, as well as identifying and fixing defects, adapt it to new hardware, improve its performance or upgrade interfaces, do embedded programming (microcontrollers and FPGAs), supporting data architecture and data analysis. You will also be involved in directing system testing and validation procedures. Prior experience with .NET Framework and Cypress FX3 USB controllers is a plus.

The ideal candidate for this role must possess superior coding skills, good task management, superior problem solving and critical thinking skills, and communication skills to meet the users demands. To be successful in this role, you will need extensive knowledge of programming languages and the software development life-cycle. A Bachelor’s degree in computer science, computer engineering or related degree is required.

Responsibilities:

  • Building software-hardware interfaces and graphical user interfaces
  • Modifying software to fix errors, adapt it to new hardware, improve its performance, or upgrade interfaces.
  • Directing system testing and validation procedures.
  • Directing software programming and documentation development.
  • Profiling and analyzing algorithms.

Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree in computer science, software engineering, computer engineering or another related field.
  • Must be a full-stack developer and understand concepts of software engineering.
  • Excellent coding skills.
  • Hands-on programming experience using relevant languages: C, C++, C#, Python, LabView, and Matlab
  • Hands-on experience with embedded devices – microcontrollers, USB controllers, and FPGAs Ability to develop unit testing of code components or complete applications.
  • Experience working on a variety of software development projects.
  • The desire to work in fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to multi-task and to handle multiple projects
  • Strong aptitude for math.
  • Creative problem-solving skills.
  • Aptitude for learning new technology.
  • Ability to interface with scientists, engineering and clinicians
  • Good verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

If interested apply at: https://partners.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=3110578&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York

For enquiries please email to mfranceschini at mgh.harvard.edu

 

Research Assistant Positions

A research assistant position is open in Dr. Stefan Carp’s group for work on our neuromonitoring projects using DCS and NIRS technologies. The RA will assist with data analysis, help conduct instrument testing and human studies, and also help with IRB documentation. Preference will be given to applicants with an engineering or physical science background. Programming experience is required. If interested please send a detailed resume and cover letter describing career goals and their connection with optical imaging research to stefan.carp at mgh.harvard.edu.

 

Students

The Center offers  opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students in engineering, physics, neuroscience and biological sciences to conduct research in a multidisciplinary environment.

Research areas include fNIRS, DCS, OCT, and microscopy. Research projects span the spectrum from basic biological research, the development of cutting edge technologies, and early stage clinical studies. Based on the research interest  students should contact the appropriate Optics faculty member.