COMSOL Computational Physicist: Optics in Burlington, Massachusetts
COMSOL, Inc. is seeking a computational physicist with a specialty in optics to join the development team in its Burlington, MA office. We are seeking an individual with a strong background in numerical simulations, particularly ray tracing simulations, although a background in finite element methods is also desirable, as well as any experience in multiphysics analysis or design of optical systems. Primary Responsibilities Write detailed technical specifications for new functionality for COMSOL Multiphysics and its add-on products, most notably the Ray Optics Module. Implement technical specifications either by writing Java code or by using the COMSOL Physics Builder. Write detailed documentation. Create unit tests and industrially relevant example models. Create industrially relevant applications using the COMSOL Application Builder. Give COMSOL product demonstrations at webinars, workshops, conferences, and meetings with customers. Support the usage of COMSOL Multiphysics by addressing technical concerns, providing guidance, advice, and modeling assistance, through technical support with customers and internal discussions with COMSOL staff. Qualities Business oriented and willing to work with other developers on a daily basis. Genuine interest in mathematical modeling, computational physics, and software simulation. Strong written and verbal communication skills. High energy, self-motivated, quick study with flexible nature. COMSOL Offers A challenging opportunity to expand your knowledge in a wide variety of physics application areas and to work on problems spanning all engineering fields. Highly creative and qualified teams with a diversity of experience. Great career opportunities at a quickly growing high-tech software company. Casual atmosphere in a spacious office, with free access to gym. Requirements B.Sc or M.S. in physics, engineering, or applied mathematics. Demonstrated experience with computational modeling. Familiarity with COMSOL Multiphysics is preferred, but not required. COMSOL is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.