Do you find yourself thinking “I could make that tool better”?
Have you wondered where lock-in amplifiers come from?
Are you curious about life as a physicist working in industry?
Do you want to produce real-world scientific instrumentation at scale?
We want to meet you!
Stanford Research Systems (SRS) will have senior staff attending the APS March Meeting from Monday through Thursday, March 6-9. Even if you haven’t considered a career outside the traditional academic path, this is a chance to learn how the instruments you’ve used for your research are conceived, designed, built, and sold.
If you’d like to schedule a time to meet with us, please click the APPLY NOW button to send us your information, and we’ll be in touch to set up a time to meet when we’re all in Las Vegas.
SRS has a 40+ year history designing and manufacturing test equipment for research. Products include lock-in amplifiers, atomic clocks, mass spectrometers, vacuum and gas analyzers, lasers and laser controllers, signal sources, and signal analyzers. Less well known is that our R&D staff are mostly experimentalists—often PhDs in physics, chemistry, or electrical engineering.
The Company is located in the San Francisco Bay Area. See www.ThinkSRS.com for additional information on the Company’s products, markets, and location.
Stanford Research Systems (SRS) designs and manufactures scientific, analytical, and engineering test equipment for research and industrial applications. The Company is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, and offers competitive compensation and a complete benefits package. See www.ThinkSRS.com for additional information on the Company's products, markets, and location.
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