Thursday, April 21, 2016

LightPath Photonics Job Opening

Contact Kimbery Clifton at 
An experienced Applications Engineer is now required to supplement our existing team working on innovative products. We are looking for a candidate who has recent product design, characterization and application experience with optical components, specifically Aspheric Lenses, Collimators and Infrared Assemblies. The successful applicants will have the opportunity to work with a dynamic, friendly team of experienced industry professionals at our corporate facility in Orlando, FL.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Serving as a general point of contact between company and assigned customers and prospects.
  • Understanding detailed customer applications and identifying optical solutions.
  • Generating sales quotations along with supporting technical and costing documentation.
  • Providing production with designs and documentation as needed.
  • Assisting production with analysis and recommending design adjustments.
  • Assisting as a source of technical knowledge regarding LightPath products and related information.
  • Dealing with customers directly on a technical level

  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to understand technical specifications and to communicate regarding these with technical and non-technical personnel
  • Analytical skills to accurately translate customers’ needs into products and industry trends.
  • Ability to prioritize multiple projects and to execute effectively and achieve results
  • Salesforce experience preferred, but not required
Minimum Qualifications (including Education):
Bachelor’s degree in Optical Sciences, Physics, or one of the Engineering disciplines preferred.  3-4 years of experience, preferably in glass or optical field.

Internship at ER Optics

ER Optics is looking for an intern to work exclusively on a Lockheed job. They will have several window panes that will need data analyzation. The position will consist of using the Zygo interferometer to measure and analyze the surface figure and also a Zygo Surface profiler for surface roughness.
The parts and the data will be inspected and the intern would need to be present for any questions concerning the data. This is a good opportunity for someone to get exposure to the inspection and technical staff of Lockheed for future networking. They are not sure if this will be a paid internship but certainly if need be, They can come up with something that works.
Eric Verney
Sr. Director - Material Technology
(407) 844--6983    /

Friday, April 1, 2016

Edmund Optics Grant

It's time to apply for the 2016 Edmund Optics Educational Award! We are distributing Global Educational Awards ranging from $500 to $10,000 in Edmund Optics products.
Don’t pass up this opportunity to apply if you are:
• Working on an interesting research project involving optics that will have an impact on tomorrow’s applications
• Member of an undergraduate, graduate or PhD program in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics
• Willing to spend 6 minutes to complete an easy online application
• In need of Edmund Optics products for your lab up to $10,000 in value
• Interested in sharing your research around the world and receiving recognition for it
If you answered YES to these questions, then the EO Educational Award is for YOU - Apply Now! Takes only 6 minutes.
Best of Luck,
EO Educational Team​