Open Positions - LIMMS

JSPS Post-Doc positions (deadline 8/31/2017)

Posting date: 7/28/2017
Expiration date: 8/31/2017

Ref :  ABG-73613 - Title: On-chip energy harvesting and thermal management by phonon engineering

Ref :  ABG-73612 - Title: A Novel Fabrication of Dissoluble Microneedle Patch for Transdermal Drug Delivery and painless novel POC sensors

 

 

JSPS Post-Doc positions (deadline 4/10/2013)

Posting date: 3/27/2013
Expiration date: 4/10/2013

Ref : ABG-48196 - Title: Advanced terahertz device technologies and terahertz nanoscience

Ref : ABG-48197 - Title: in-vitro Electro-Chemo-Mechanical Characterization of Muscle Tissue by Microfluidic Devices and MEMS Silicon Nano Tweezers

Ref : ABG-48198 - Title: Microfluidic Devices for cellular tissue encapsulation

Ref : ABG-48375 - Title: MOLECULAR PROGRAMMING in vitro

 

JSPS Post-Doc positions (deadline Sept 14th, 2012)

Ref : ABG-44535
Title:  BioMEMS Devices for Advanced Cell-based Assays
Creation date: 23/08/2012
Posting date: 23/08/2012
Expiration date: 14/09/2012

Ref : ABG-44536
Title: Microfluidic Devices for cellular tissue encapsulation
Creation date: 23/08/2012
Posting date: 23/08/2012
Expiration date: 14/09/2012

Ref : ABG-44537
Title: Microfluidic Devices for Chemical Analysis
Creation date: 23/08/2012
Posting date: 23/08/2012

 

 Available PhD position

Associate Professor Dr Agnes Tixier-Mita is looking for a PhD candidate to develop Remote chemical sensors
More details on the link above (in French only).
Deadline : March 12th, 2012



Post-doc Positions available

  • LIMMS - Available Post doc positions (deadline 3/30/2012)
    BioMEMS Devices for Advanced Cell-based Assays (Pr Sakai Lab)
    Advanced Scanning Force Microscopy and Related Techniques (Pr Kawakatsu Lab)
    Flexible and printed electronics for bio/medical applications (Pr Someya Lab)
  • EUJO-LIMMS - Post doc position: up to 24 months starting earliest as possible
    Employer : The University of Freiburg, IMTEK, Microsystem Materials Laboratory at IMTEK headed by Prof. Oliver Paul
    Work location: Freiburg and Tokyo (mostly in Tokyo)
    Nationality : EU Member States and associated country
    Subject : development of flexible, smart intracortical neural probes extending the current state of the art.
    This shall be achieved by combining the best of the two involved research groups, namely the Microsystem Materials Laboratory at IMTEK headed by Prof. Oliver Paul and the Biohybrid Systems Laboratory headed by Prof. S. Takeuchi at IIS, University of Tokyo. CMOS-integrated high-density probes and novel approaches to polymer-based MEMS engineering are among the methods to be applied. Detailed information and how to apply :
    IMTEK -> English -> Job offers -> scientific staff ->Flexible Smart Intracortical Neural Probes
    Information about [EUJO-LIMMS]
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