Thermo Fisher Scientific Staff Engineer, Electrical in Sunnyvale, California
The candidate must demonstrate experience in the following areas: • Strong analog and digital circuitry designing as well as modeling, data acquisition (A/D and D/A) system, and
digital electronic controls (thermal and motion) of instruments. • Microprocessor architecture and design; real-time operating system knowledge is a plus. Architecture is typically based on 32-bit microcontroller or DSP with support of CPLD or FPGA circuitry. • Communication schemes and drivers development; such as USB 2.0, SPI, and I2C. • Product development cycle which includes requirement/definition, design and development, verification (such as unit tests) and traceability matrix, and transfer. • Implementing and documenting test cases to verify design and/or regression analysis. • Fault isolation; troubleshooting, and root cause analysis activities during complex system integration and testing for systems in development and on-market. • Conducting and documenting technical design reviews with fellow engineers in a collaborative way to produce the highest levels of quality, performance, manufacturing yield and product reliability. • Work with component vendors on researching the latest technologies. • Research, document, publish, and present technical findings that can lead to better product performance, more product reliability, and lower production cost. • Develops or identifies tools and methods that allow reutilization of designs and improve productivity of firmware engineering resources. • Support to manufacturing, product management, and service group on existing products.
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