The Fischer research group is seeking an undergraduate student for part time work writing software to control an optical system in the laboratory. The software will interface with several pieces of hardware (lasers, spectrometers, stages, and cameras) and control them in a user-friendly GUI. It would also need to perform basic fitting of spectra and display results in live time during use of the system. There is flexibility in the choice of programming environment/language to be used and Professor Fischer will provide the necessary training and guidance. Working hours are flexible and compensation is $15 per hour.
If interested, please contact Rebecca Fischer directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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