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OPEN POSITIONS: R&D INTERNS IN BIO/ELECTRO-CHEMISTRY, MATERIAL SCIENCE AND MICRO-FABRICATION/ELECTRONICS
Xsensio is opening exciting Master student internship opportunities in the fields of Bio/Electro-Chemistry, Material Science and Micro-Fabrication/Electronics, for 2017 and 2018.
As an R&D intern at Xsensio, you will be working in a fast-paced cross-functional R&D team on our innovative “Lab-on-Skin”(TM) sensing platform.
- Master student in Bio/Electro-Chemistry, Material Science and Micro-Fabrication/Electronics (or equivalent) with lab experience.
- Hands-on engineer with ability to innovate and work autonomously.
- Ability to work in a multidisciplinary field and cooperate with an interdisciplinary team.
- Fluency in English and/or French.
- Preferred starting date: on a rolling basis for 2017 and 2018.
A valid Swiss student permit is required for this position.
If you recognize yourself in the above description and want to join a company that focuses on breakthrough innovation, we look forward to receiving your full application, including a motivation letter and your CV, in English or French at firstname.lastname@example.org or through our LinkedIn profile.
No recruiters or agencies please.
OPEN POSITIONS: R&D INTERNS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SENSORS FOR BIOFLUIDS ANALYSIS
- Ion Sensitive Membranes (ISM) improvement using inkjet printer for biofluids analysis
The intern will be in charge of the improvement of polymer based ion sensitive membranes for ion sensing and their implementation on field effect transistors structures using inkjet printing for continue biofluids ionic composition monitoring. After optimizing their sensitivity and selectivity, their long-term stability and their capability to work in biological media such as sweat will be investigate.
- lactate/cortisol sensitive biosensor development
The intern will be in charge of the development and evaluation of new method for potentiometric sensing of lactate/cortisol in sweat. From the selection of the functionalization type and process, the experiments set-up, to the implementation on field-effect transistors structures, the intern will be in charge of the whole development process of the biosensor.
At the intersection between physics, chemistry and biology, these multidisciplinary projects lead in contact various fields of research such as polymer chemistry, surfaces (bio)functionalization, sensors characterizations and physical measurements.