Internship: Computational optics and optimization

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States · AL · 1030 expand job description ↓

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We are looking for a talented individual to collaborate in developing and applying new methods for designing optical surfaces to control wavefronts. Responsibilities will include mathematical modeling, algorithm design, software prototyping, and possibly physical prototyping. Application areas span optics, acoustics, communications, and graphics. Candidates should be strong scientific programmers and have some background in algebra, numerical optimization. Knowledge of the relevant physics is a plus but not necessary.

Research Area: Algorithms

Contact: Matt Brand

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