Engineering and Technology: Electrical, Physics: Materials, Physics: Nanotechnology
This position offers the opportunity to develop highly sensitive and selective gas sensors based on nanoparticles and carbon nanotubes. The candidate must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, eagerness to learn and grow, and have a flexible approach to solving problems.
Participate in developing the next generation of gas sensors targeting challenging applications such as environmental gas sensing
Establish automated gas sensor measurement and gas flow control through a computer
Carry out senor performance studies upon exposure to various gas species
Work with supervisor in resolving sensor signal detection and characteristic process problems
Present the results through presentations and scientific publications
Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Physics or related field
Hands-on experience in electrical measurements and familiarity to lab tools such as oscilloscope and data logger
Experience with analog circuit design, firmware programming, and circuit board design
Excellent ability to identify and solve problems
Strong written and oral communication skills, good team worker
Internal Number: P18INT-20
About Honda Research Institute U.S.A Inc.
Honda Research Institute (HRI) was established in 2003 in Japan, the United States, and Europe. Our mission is to adopt a scientific process to create technologies beyond the automotive domain and into new frontiers. The global HRI research is engaged in the areas of Cooperative Intelligence, Cooperative Devices, and Frontier Robotics towards a society where the relationship between intelligent cyber-physical systems (ICPS), humans, and nature are mutually beneficial.
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