Xerox Imaging Material Scientist in WEBSTER, New York
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Xerox is looking for a highly motivated, skilled, and adaptable scientist to join our Toner Technology / Design Competency in our Webster, NY campus. The objective of each opportunity is to be part of a cross functional team to create, develop and prepare a new design & technology ready for mass production. As a scientist, you will be provided with the training and rotational job experience necessary to advance into a leadership role as you progress within the organization. You will have the opportunity to work directly with tenured engineers, PhDs and scientists that work on developing the leading-edge marking technology through structured Xerox Product Delivery Process & Tools. Deepen your technology and problem-solving skills while designing, building, and testing innovative new products working with the best engineers in the industry. Be part of the team that applies the latest tools & techniques in product development.
Develop new toner designs at the lab scale for new xerographic systems.
Evaluate and select raw materials (i.e. surface additives, polymers, etc…) based on the toner performance requirements for a particular xerographic system to enable system integration
Through the use of Physics and Chemistry fundamentals, describe interactions between materials and hardware and use that knowledge to improve the robustness of the system via selection of alternate raw materials and/or process optimization.
Lead the development of toner design. Document and share the knowledge.
Work cooperatively with members of the Toner Technology and Project Management areas to enable toner designs that can be carried through the development process and to our customers.
Through benchmarking reports, patent literature, and commercially available products, benchmark competitive toner designs and analyze market trends to help Xerox develop technology strategy to grow market share
Support Pilot Scale experimental trials
Design, conduct, and analyze experimental designs in support of Toner process technology development. Use the results from the experimental designs to select best raw materials, establish toner design, understand the interaction (mechanisms) between toner design and hardware, and identify opportunities to improve processes for producing Emulsion Aggregation toners.
Document and share design rules
Provide awareness of current state of the art from scientific literature.
Identify opportunities to establish designs at benchmark cost.
Title: Imaging Material Scientist
Location: New York-WEBSTER
Requisition ID: 19004480
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