As a Microfluidic-electro researcher for life science technologies, you are part of the research and development team.
Your task includes:
Concept formulation for the novel device for the life science application.
Perform analytical calculations and simulations to evaluate a concept and perform device design accordingly.
Coading, working in the lab and testing fluidic dynamics
Design device measurement schemes and perform multidisciplinary measurements.
During the project follow timelines and report internally and externally.
Ph.D. in a relevant field and electrical/electronic background.
Skilled in modeling and simulation, such as COMSOL or ANSYS.
Experience in actuation of fluidics.
Solid theoretical understanding of the physics involved in microfluidic, electrokinetic methods.
Practical experience with devices using those techniques.
Improve your skillset within challenging mid to long-term R&D projects in a variety of high tech industries
Join an inspiring community of engineers with a range in expertise and experience levels
Work in a people-oriented company in an informal working environment
Support in your professional career from a business team providing technical and business related trainings
A motivating salary package, with the possibility of working from home and a company car