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We are seeking a candidate to specifically support a set of metallurgical and composite formulations where we tune nanoscale and mesoscale structures of bulk materials to yield the desired performance. Powder processing, vapor deposition, and electrochemical techniques are utilized along with thermal post processing. The candidate is expected to contribute to maturing the technology from critical function characterization to prototype laboratory demonstration.. The opportunity may arise to present to executives at Draper and/or external customers.
The initial project assignments will depend on the candidate’s expertise. However the candidate is expected to learn new technologies on the job, in order to support activities such as:
The successful candidate will have a strong background in Materials Science and Engineering, laboratory experience, demonstrated independent technical work, contributed to experimental plans, data collection and analysis.
It is required that the candidate has:
It is desired but not required that the candidate has:
This position will require the ability to obtain a US Security Clearance.