Johnson Research is seeking a Research Engineer (see description below).

Job Description:
Research Engineer (Atlanta, GA) needed to design, fabricate and/or develop Johnson
Thermo-Electrochemical Converter (JTEC) electrodes for catalytic splitting of hydrogen that are
formulated and fabricated from a set of raw materials. Conduct material studies by performing
literature searches, obtaining/fabricating the materials, and manipulating the materials to
obtain desired outcome. Characterize materials using a range of methods and machines some
of which are developed in house. Proposal writing to acquire government or private funding for
research projects. Design, fabrication, optimization and troubleshooting of a working JTEC unit.
Job Requirements:
Required. Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. 6-month experience in designing and
executing experiments for the fabrication of membrane electrode assemblies for use in the
JTEC; material testing using universal testing machine to identify a material’s mechanical
properties; DSC analysis and X-ray diffraction analysis; 3D printing of polymers and ball milling
of powders. Proficiency polymer membrane casting and characterization, electron microscopy
scanning and analysis, and graph analysis for mechanical properties.
To Apply: Send resume to Johnson Research and Development, Inc., Attn HR, 275 Decatur St SE,
Atlanta, GA 30312.

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