1. Master degree or above in optical engineering; Excellent undergraduates may also be considered.
2. Familiar with physical optics and applied optics; At least 3 years working experience or related subject (diffraction lens).
3. Understand the principles of optical detection (effective focal length detection, wavefront detection, optical imaging quality detection) and the application of equipment, and be able to assist in the development of optical testing methods.
4. Familiar with optical (lens) processing technology, familiar with the use of mechanical drawing software.
5. Proficient in using optical software for optical lens design, including effective focal length, spherical aberration optimization calculation and MFT analysis.
6. Understand the application of common programming software; Cet 6, good English reading and writing skills.
7. Have strong teamwork ability and work under pressure.