To gain intracellular access, a variety of electrode structures, such as mushroom-like structures, needles, volcanoes, or other protruding nano-scale structures need to be developed and tested. All structures need to be realized in their final form in large arrays on fully processed CMOS wafers (180-nm technology).
The work will be performed in close collaboration with electrical engineers and biologists. A state-of-the art microtechnological cleanroom, a broad spectrum of engineering and testing equipment, as well as cell-culture and biological facilities are available in the group and Department.
To work on this highly interdisciplinary project, a suitable candidate should have a solid background in nano- and microengineering, and experience in cleanroom fabrication processes is mandatory. Furthermore, programming skills and knowledge of simulation tools and Labview are important assets. The project is highly interdisciplinary (microtechnology/electronics/biology) and will require good communication skills and a proactive work attitude. The candidate must be able to fluently communicate in English (oral and written) and be willing to work and take over responsibility in a highly interactive international environment with other PhD students. Postdocs will also be involved in project management and acquisition of national and international grants.
The position is planned for 4 years (PhD) or 2-3 years (Postdoc).
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