Summer 2024 R&D Engineering Intern – Laser Engineering | Alcon
Inquire about this Opportunity at the Corporate Showcase, 10/23
Point of Contact: abbey.brewer@Alcon.com
As the global leader in eye care, Alcon has built a rich history of providing innovative products to customers and patients all over the world. We’re extremely proud of our legacy and the significant way we’ve helped to shape the industry over the last 70 years, but we’re just getting started. Our relentless passion to eliminate unmet medical needs drives our pursuit to further advance eye health worldwide. We’re looking for exceptionally talented, driven people who want to make a difference.
We help people see brilliantly. We care for and delight our customers. We pursue and drive innovation. We care for and inspire our people. We do this through our values and behaviors: We deliver results and our best in all we do. We do the right things in the right way. We create, enhance, and transform. We take a stand and speak up. We succeed together. We unleash the full potential of our people.
If you’d like to help us change the way the world sees, this is your chance to Be Brilliant!
The Alcon Belmont R&D team is looking for an intern to join us onsite for 10-12 weeks in Summer 2024 at the Lake Forest, CA location. Alcon interns will have the opportunity to not only gain industry experience and network with other Alcon professionals but will also have the chance to make a real-world impact by working on meaningful projects that will help patients and customers see brilliantly. Alcon also offers interns personal and professional development, high visibility and coaching and mentoring opportunities.
We are looking for students from the following engineering majors: Optics
As a Summer 2024 Intern at Alcon, you would work with the Alcon team on the development a groundbreaking, first-of-its-kind accommodating IOL. Activities may include:
Experimental measurements, data analysis, optical simulation and report results.
Hands on: lasers, fiber optics, optical measurement techniques. Optical simulation using ZEMAX, Analysis of experimental data using Matlab
Must be enrolled in an accredited university or college for at least one semester prior to internship, and at least one additional semester following your internship.
Must be pursuing a degree in Optical Sciences/Engineering
Undergraduates and graduate students are encouraged to apply.
Ability to commit to a 10-12 week, full time (40 hours per week) summer internship