RF Coil Electromagnetic Modeler
Company: University of Minnesota
Location: Saint Paul
Posted on: March 16, 2023
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The Center for Magnetic Resonance Research (CMRR) at the University of Minnesota is seeking a research engineer to perform computation electromagnetic modeling. The successful candidate will simulate radiofrequency (RF) head and body coils to characterize for ultra-high field MRI for whole body human scanners up to 10.5 Tesla field strength. Duties will include -
* Perform full 3D electromagnetic simulations of MRI coils to determine electric and magnetic fields in a frequency range of tens to hundreds of MHz.
* Create CAD models and assemblies to accurately represent 3D geometry of conductors, dielectrics, and tissues.
* Use commercial electromagnetic and circuit simulation tools including to perform co-simulation of multi-channel RF coils arrays.
* Calculate Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) to determine RF power limits for coil operation subject to international standards (IEC 60601-2-33).
* Validate of EM modeling results with experimental data.
* Characterize RF coils for predictive performance, efficiency, and safety in biomedical applications.
* Advanced degree in electrical engineering, physics, medical physics, computer science, or biomedical engineering, plus at least one year of research training.
* Knowledge of common computational electromagnetic techniques (FEM, FDTD, MoM) and an understanding of the relative merits and weaknesses for a given simulation problem.
* Ability to use commercial Full Wave EM simulation and RF/microwave circuit design tools such as Ansys HFSS, CST Microwave Studio, Sim4Life.
* Familiarity with popular CAD design tools such as Solidworks, Fusion360, etc.
* Familiarity with Matlab, Python or other data analysis and visualization programming environments.
* Familiarity with Windows and Linux compute environments.
* Communicate with other scientists and engineers to produce data for scientific presentations and publications.
* Strong background in MRI physics antenna, RF, and microwave circuit design.
* Knowledge of RF materials properties and measurement techniques.
* Execute High Performance Compute (HPC) workflows in Linux and/or Windows.
* Familiarity with HPC resource mgmt software (i.e. slurm) and GPU compute and hardware acceleration workflows (i.e., Nvidia cuda) used in parallel computing and EM solvers.
* Experience with NVIDIA Tesla accelerated computing environments.
* Scripting and automation using vendor APIs such as Python, VBA, ECMAScript.
* Experience with EE/RF lab equipment including network analyzers, oscilloscopes, etc.
Working at the UniversityAt the University of Minnesota, you'll find a flexible work environment and supportive colleagues who are interested in lifelong learning. We prioritize work-life balance, allowing you to invest in the future of your career and in your life outside of work.The University also offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
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