You will be responsible for the design, tape-out, and testing of biosensors and bioelectronics integrated circuit (IC) chips for next-generation cellular and molecular sensing, actuation, and manipulation.
You will also be responsible for performing IC chip packaging as well as leading bio-experiments. As this is a highly interdisciplinary project, this position also involves close collaborations with researchers within Switzerland and worldwide.
A PhD in Electrical Engineering or equivalent
A strong research and publication track record in biosensors and bioelectronics IC design and testing
Expertise in low noise and low power bioelectronics design
Expertise in mixed-signal circuits and analogue-to-digital converter (ADC) designs
Knowledge and experience in electrochemistry
Experience with bioelectronics IC packagings, such as wire-bonding and microfluidics. 3D bio-printing experience is a plus.
Basic knowledge in cleanroom post-process is a plus.
Experience with building electronics testing interfaces and coding
Experience with bioelectronics experiments with cellular or molecular samples
Skills in data analytical tools. Basic knowledge of machine learning is a plus.
Independent individual who can both craft new projects and work collaboratively to achieve large-scale scientific goals
Excellent communication skills in English
Willingness to learn new methods
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