Siemens PET Scientist in Knoxville, Tennessee
Job Family: Research & Development
Division: Siemens Healthineers
Business Unit: Diagnostic Imaging
Requisition Number: 213381
Primary Location: United States-Tennessee-Knoxville
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Mid level
Education Required Level: Doctorate Degree
Travel Required: 5%
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Siemens Molecular Imaging is seeking a PET scientist to join its PET Physics and Reconstruction research group, within the Research and Clinical Collaborations Department. The PET Scientist will be responsible for driving several innovation projects, as well as contributing to physics support for system and software development projects. The PET Physics and Reconstruction group has global responsibility for identifying and solving PET research problems relevant to clinicians, advancing PET technology, and working with engineering teams to transfer innovations into the products. The Research and Clinical Collaborations Department is responsible to identifying and developing and protecting innovations in PET, SPECT, and related clinical SW applications and helping to transfer them into product solutions, as well as managing collaborations with leading medical and research institutions around the globe. The PET scientist position reports to the Director, PET Physics and Reconstruction, in the Research and Clinical Collaborations Department.
The PET scientist is responsible for conceiving and developing innovations in PET and bringing them into a validated state ready for integration into new product versions. The PET scientist will focus on development and characterization of new PET instrumentation.
Specific responsibilities are below:
Supportsthe technology/innovation roadmap ofthe PET Physics and Reconstruction team
Supportshardware innovation development at all levels: detector, analogelectronics, digital electronics, acquisition computer and system level
Supportsdata acquisition and data analysis on bench experiments and prototypescanners
Assurestransfer of technologies into product solutions by working closely withother R&D teams and product management
DevelopsMonte Carlo simulation of complex PET systems
Participatesin publication of results at conferences and in peer-reviewed journals
Protectsinnovations with invention disclosures
Travelsboth internationally and domestically for customer visits and conferences
Ph.D.in physics /electrical/nuclear engineering or related experimental field
Aminimum of 4-5 years of experience in a research environment in one ofthese experimental physics fields: PET, SPECT, radiation physics, nuclearphysics, particle physics, or related field.
Excellenthand-on laboratory skills, passion for experimental work
Detailoriented and organized, excellent communication skills, written and oral
Excellentinterpersonal skills and can do attitude
Strongcollaboration skills and ability to thrive in a virtual and fast-pacedenvironment
Outstandingability to work independently, be creative, overcome obstacles
RequiredKnowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
PreferredKnowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
· Experience in multiple programming languages
· Experience in FPGA programming
· Experience in electronics design
· Experience in radiation detector development
· Experience in Monte Carlo simulation of radiation physics, in particular Geant4, GATE, or EGS4
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