PCB (Electronic circuit) design opportunity
The Pegard LAB (Applied Physical Sciences) is recruiting an undergraduate student to build an initial prototype for a portable biometric monitor. The student’s primary responsibility will be adapting our circuit design into a compact PCB board. Thus, candidates with a background in PCB design software (Fritzing in particular) but any professional free or UNC licenced PCB design software is acceptable, are preferred. The position is ideal for students willing to jump into a fast-paced project with plenty of hands-on engineering experience in a highly collaborative research environment.
The project can be tailored to be suitable as a research-for-credit project, or as a paid internship, or even as a work-study position in the Pegard lab.
The project is open immediately and welcomes candidates who can dedicate a minimum 10h a week on the project with weekly progress reports.
If interested, please email Nicolas Pegard at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide a CV/resume, a summary of your relevant skills and interests, and your weekly availability.