April 6, 2021

The Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington is looking for a Junior or Senior (or Masters) who is a talented learner, has proven their ability to work hard to accomplish goals beyond routine classwork, works well on a team but needs minimal direction on a well-defined task, has good communication skills (including listening), is interested in or has been accepted to graduate school, is willing and able to get a security clearance (US citizens only, no F-1, no green card, due to clearance requirement).

This is for Underwater Acoustic Communications work.  Relevant majors could be ME, ECE, PHYS, CS.  Dates would be starting as soon as possible as a student employee at APL part-time with the potential to continue through Graduate School.

Desired Skills include: FPGA, DSP, Antenna design, Linux, Python, Matlab, PCB design, Git, High-Speed ADC, general soldering and hand tool use, SMT soldering and rework

Please email interest and resume to Steve Kahle (skahle@apl.washington.edu) to apply. 

Steven H. Kahle, Senior Principal Engineer
Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington