Apple Inc. Santa Clara , CA 95051
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As a member of our dynamic group, you will have the unrivaled and rewarding opportunity to craft upcoming products that will delight and inspire millions of Apple's customers every single day. In this role, you will work within an Optical Science team, collaborating with a highly multi-disciplinary group, to develop and demonstrate new photonic sensor concepts. You will take advantage of your technical breadth as well as your depth of experience with optical systems.
The ideal candidate will have 4+ total years of experience in integrated photonics, plus most of the following:Solid grasp of optical physics fundamentals.Experience with simulation of integrated optical active and passive components at both component and circuit level, including FDTD, waveguide mode solvers, and scatter matrix.Strong programming ability with Python, Matlab, or similar language.Experience with industry-standard physical verification methodology (DRC/LVS).Good understanding of a variety of optical measurement techniques, with hands-on experience characterizing optical devices.Excellent communication and presentation skills.Ability to work well in a team environment.
As a Photonic Design Engineer, you will have the following responsibilities:- Work with the System Engineering team to invent, implement and test optical sensor concepts.- Conduct first-principles numerical simulations of optical devices and systems.- Identify causal relationships between observed system-level performance and specific device-level parameters.- Write specifications for custom optical devices, based on a combination of modeling and interpretation of empirical data.- Work with external vendors to design and fabricate custom optical devices and circuits meeting our system-level requirements.- Work with internal silicon engineering org to develop and implement physical verification methodologies for integrated photonics.- Work with the team to test and validate fabricated devices.
A Masters degree or PhD in Physics, Applied Physics, Optics, EE, or related field is required.