IMU/INS Algorithm Engineer

EMCORE Corporation is a leading provider of advanced Mixed-Signal Optics products that provide the foundation for today's high-speed communication network infrastructures and leading-edge defense systems. Our optical chips, components, subsystems and systems enable broadband and wireless providers to continually enhance their network capacity, speed and coverage to advance the free flow of information that empowers the lives of millions of people daily. The Mixed-Signal Optics technology at the heart of our broadband transmission products is shared with our fiber optic gyros and military communications links to provide the aerospace and defense markets state-of-the-art systems that keep us safe in an increasingly unpredictable world. EMCORE's performance-leading optical components and systems serve a broad array of applications including cable television, fiber-to-the-premise networks, telecommunications, wireless infrastructure, satellite RF fiber links, navigation systems and military communications. EMCORE has fully vertically-integrated manufacturing capability through its world-class Indium Phosphide (InP) wafer fabrication facility at our headquarters in Alhambra, California and is ISO 9001 certified in Alhambra, and at our facilities in Warminster, Pennsylvania and China. For more information, please visit www.emcore.com.
Emcore Corporation has an immediate need for a GNSS Algorithm Engineer to assist on a full-time position.
Responsible for Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and Inertial Navigation System (INS) algorithm design and development including performance assessments using theoretical and real world data.
Responsible for design and development of real-time navigation algorithms, including AHRS, Kalman filter, least-square positioning, GNSS integration, to build an efficient, robust, and high performance INS/GPS/GNSS navigation algorithm which will be implemented in software.
Responsible for interfacing with software engineers and translation of navigation algorithms into real time embedded code
Responsible for developing models of algorithms utilizing Matlab/Simulink and using these models to analyze and improve their performance
M.S (or above) in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering, or related field.
PhD in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering, or related field.
Expert in the field of Navigation Algorithms (land, sea, air or space)
Relevant experience in one or more of the following areas: inertial navigation, GPS navigation, vehicle trajectory modeling/simulation, estimation theory (e.g. Kalman Filtering), GNC (Guidance, Navigation & Control).
Demonstrated Ability to derive navigation equations of motion, error modeling, finite time implementation of such, and Monte Carlo Analysis
Demonstrated Expert utilizing Matlab and Simulink required
Implemented one or more navigation algorithms in a fielded product (e.g. aircraft, uav, missile, land navigator, targeting pod)
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Rich experience in military IMU/INS/GNSS technical requirements.
Extensive experience in development and debugging of navigation products.
In-depth expertise in digital signal processing, tracking, and positioning algorithms.
Proficiency in GNSS hardware and software indicators, GPS signal processing, and low-level debugging.
Ability to work and contribute in a team environment.
Aerospace industry experience
Demonstrated experience using Mathworks Autocoding from Simulink in a fielded product
Prior or current DOD Secret security clearance
NOTE: Due to a security clearance involved, candidates must be a US citizen.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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