Edinburgh-based company are looking for physics and maths graduates for this role.
TMVS, based in Edinburgh, employs over 120 staff to design and develop advanced medical visualization software. Their staff comprises software engineers, scientists, clinician specialists, researchers and verification engineers. Their software works with Toshiba’s world-leading scanner products and is sold all over the world.
Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation is an independent group company of Toshiba Corporation. The company is a global leading provider of diagnostic medical imaging systems and comprehensive medical solutions, such as CT scanners, X-ray, ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine , MRI equipment and information systems for medical institutions.
Closing date 22 July
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Renishaw specialise in the science of measurement – designing, developing and manufacturing precision measuring equipment from concept to manufacture and beyond. They have opportunities in research and development, software, mechanical design, quality, optical, biomedical, manufacturing plus sales, marketing and finance
At Renishaw, physicists are employed across the business on many challenges from the complex error mapping of 3D scanning probes in the CMM products division, to optoelectronic design in encoder and laser calibration products. In the spectroscopy, physics, optics and maths expertise are often in demand. You could develop your knowledge in:
- Lens design
- Diffractive optics, multi-level gratings
- Partial coherence
- Computer-generated holograms
- Lasers (for micromachining and metrology)
- Dielectric filtering
- Photometry, power budgeting
- Material science
- Raman spectroscopy
- Solid state physics
- Semiconductor device physics
- LEDs, lasers and photodiodes
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