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Company National Energetics is an industry leader in ultra-intense short pulse lasers. The company designs and builds lasers for a myriad of customers, including academia, governmental research centers, and industry partners. We are currently in the process of building the highest power laser in the world. Opportunity : The Software Engineer will use various LabVIEW tools to write software needed for the integrated control and performance-monitoring of the laser. The tools developed will be applicable to one or more of the systems in development or production. Duties : Build LabVIEW libraries to perform image processing, control motors, and interact with various sensors and actuators. Collaborate with mechanical engineers and laser scientists to make sure control software meets system requirements. Design, assemble, and test wiring routing systems for safety controllers. Oversee assembly of control cabinets, including wiring and testing. Design and develop high quality user interfaces to be used in control room for 10 petawatt laser. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent 2+ years professional experience as a Certified LabVIEW Architect Experience with LabVIEW Real-Time and FPGA modules Strong oral and written communication skills Preferred Qualifications: 5+ years professional experience as a Certified LabVIEW Architect Experience with National Instruments SoftMotion and Vision Development modules Experience with PCB design and fabrication Experience working with stepper motors Experience using object-oriented programming techniques in software development Familiarity with source code control programs (Perforce preferred) Familiarity with Linux operating system Proficient in troubleshooting and debugging Benefits : Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance 401k with employer match 4 weeks paid vacation 10 paid holidays Location: North Austin, TX
We are completing the last minor systems on the Discovery Channel Telescope, and I am looking forward to the next venture, wherever it will be. My ideal next move would be to design and implement an even larger, more complex system. (The control component template I developed here and, more importantly, the concepts therein are readily scalable and directly applicable to pretty much any type of control system.) I think the DCT software system is an amazingly powerful, robust, and elegant software system! I am looking forward to building the next incredible system! res Oct 2012.docx