Electrical Hardware Engineer
The Electrical Hardware Engineer works independently within the advanced development team. The primary responsibility is evaluating and prototyping various imaging and non-imaging technologies, while chartering the development of innovative solutions to enhance clinical procedures and device capabilities. Under the direction of the advanced development team composed of clinical researchers and engineers, the electrical hardware engineer works collaboratively to create solutions to unmet needs in the vascular disease treatment space.
- Lead experimentation, development, and implementation of new micro imaging capabilities – including experiment design, development plans, algorithm design, and eventual SW implementation.
- Apply acoustic wave propagation and signal processing theory to the design and specification of new imaging algorithms and techniques.
- Design and evaluate prototype devices and techniques utilizing off-the-shelf device proxies where applicable.
- Work collaboratively with R&D, sales, clinical and marketing catheter experts to develop optimal information visualization.
- Modify and tune imaging devices and algorithms for optimal performance.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Ability to work in a self-directed environment.
- Demonstrated ability to approach problem solving using unconventional perspectives.
- Demonstrated ability to work within a cross functional team.
- Bachelor of Science, or graduate degree in Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, or related field of science with a desired background in acoustic imaging.
- Minimum three years of experience in ultrasound, sonar, or related field. Five (5) plus years of experience desired.
- Proficient in MATLAB coding language with extensive knowledge of the signal processing toolkit.
- C++ programming experience desired.
- Experience with ultrasound beamforming, antenna design and modeling, optimal acquisition design, signal and image processing plus translational research is strongly desired.
- Experience in electronic device miniaturization desired.
- Ultrasound, sonar, or pulse-echo imaging research experience including scientific publications is desired.