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Scientific Employee for Optical Component Metrology (f/m)
Published(586 days ago)
Shape the future of sight. ZEISS has joined forces with Deutsche Telekom AG to develop and market tomorrow‘s smart glasses technology. ZEISS optics and Telekom‘s network technology will make data glasses easy to use and wear in the future.
Scientific Employee for Optical Component Metrology (m/f) in Aalen
help develop new optics for near-to-eye smart glasses
develop and implement process measuring technology for the production of highly complex plastic freeform surfaces
support an interdisciplinary team of developers in component metrology; derive and present the conclusions
develop and/or advance algorithms for evaluating freeform surfaces
evaluate extensive measuring parameters related to relevant key parameters and the correlation of geometrical measuring data with optical image performance
a degree in mathematics or physics, and ideally a PhD
at least 3 years of experience in optical and tactile surface measuring technology
in-depth knowledge of optical, numerical mathematics, approximation and minimization
a sound knowledge of Matlab or equivalent tools, and of software development (.NET and C#)
basic computer engineering skills would be an advantage
a very good command of German and English
the ability to structure complex, interrelated issues and creatively and quickly solve them
Tooz technologies – a joint venture of Deutsche Telekom AG and Carl Zeiss AG – develops technologies and applications for data glasses. In this legally independent joint venture of the two companies, technology and application development has been pooled in Aalen.
Thrive on innovation and deliver exciting solutions in a fast-paced work environment at this venture. We offer you the possibility to contribute in building great technology and in delivering an exciting user experience! Join us and be part of an open and inspiring culture together with excellent colleagues!
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