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Your mission

As an intern in the Sample Handling and Sensing group, you will support all activities in the Life Science Technologies area with a focus on microfluidics, sample handling, and lab automation for in-vitro diagnostics, organ-on-a-chip, and regenerative medicine applications. Examples of current and past projects include OrganTrans (organoids, robotics, and microfluidics), Moore4Medical (microfluidics and biosensing), and BioCDx (diagnostics and microfluidics). Within the strategic goals of the group, you will contribute to the development of disruptive technologies. The work will be primarily engineering, but in close collaboration with biologists, chemists, and physicists (may involve travel to other CSEM sites).

 

Your responsibilities

We are looking for an intern to support us in:

– Implementation, testing, and biovalidation of prototype systems, specifically with regards to design, fabrication, testing, image acquisition, and sample handling.

– Design, fabrication / prototyping, and assembly of prototype systems

– Performing of validation experiments for prototype systems

– Analysis of resultant data and preparation of presentations summarizing the results

 

Your profile

Know-how

– Strong background in a life science-related field (e.g. engineering, physics, biology, chemistry)

– Wet lab experience

– Experience with fluidics and / or cell handling systems

– Rapid prototyping (e.g. 3D printing, micromilling, hot embossing), CAD (e.g. SolidWorks)

– Word, Excel, PowerPoint

– Strong English-speaking skills required, German and / or French-speaking skills a plus

 

Interpersonal skills

– Driven and motivated

– Good communication skills

– Highly collaborative

– Flexible and adaptable thinking / operating style

Um sich für diesen Job zu bewerben, sende deine Unterlagen per E-Mail an thomas.valentin@csem.ch