Recruiting institution: 4Dcell SAS
Location: Montreuil, Paris, France
Supervisors: Mael Le Berre (4DCell), Olivier Français (ESIEE Paris)
The Early Stage Researcher will enrol in a consortium that has the mission to develop an in vivo biosensor based on ionic channels inserted within a reconstructed lipid bilayer. This ESR will play a crucial role in the framework of the project, since he/she will be responsible for the development of the electronics associated with the biosensor and the interface for signal treatment. The systems developed will have to be first tested in in vitro conditions and subsequently applied to an in vivo model.
The PhD will be conducted in an industrial environment, allowing the ESR to have contact with both fundamental research and the way a fast-growing company works.
ESIEE Paris (France). Instrumentation and electronics for biosensors.
AO Foundation (Switzerland). Animal testing of developed biosensors.
PhD awarding entity: Université Gustave Eiffel
Qualifications: Master degree in Electrical Engineering or any other related engineering degree.
Skills: Knowledge in electronics, microelectronics, data acquisition and signal treatment, knowledge in image embedded systems, micro-controllers, sensors principle and electrophysiology would be appreciated.
Experience: Have conducted experimental work in the framework of his/her bachelor and/or master.
Other benefits: Payment of 50% of public transportation.
Expected start day: December, 2021