GDR Micro Nano Fluidique

Mois : janvier 2019

When an object is pulled out of a pool of fluid, it entrains a certain quantity of fluid that  eventually drains down. The crossing of an object through a fluid interface is of particular  importance, not only from a fundamental point of view, but also for many applications that  imply coating processes.

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Position Summary: The research work entails development of piezoresistive sensors based on both  1D (i.e., carbon nanotubes) and 2D (i.e., molybdenum disulphide) nanomaterials for strain sensors to  capture heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory flow and muscle activity. Additionally, the goal Is to  develop chemical sensors based on 2D materials for measurement of arterial oxygen saturation. The  work will be conducted in close collaborations with project partners Tyndall (IE), AnalogDevices (IE),  Fraunhofer (DE) and Novosense (SE).

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A PhD position is open at the Center for Integrated Technology and Organic Synthesis (Department of Chemistry, University of Liège, Belgium) in the field of continuous flow chemistry and microreaction technology. The position is available within the frame of a Win²Wall research program that gathers academic (ULiège, UMons) and industrial (Zentech) partners. The overall research program aims at developing technologies with a direct impact for the industrial partner.

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Project context :
The team is recruiting an Engineer to develop innovative technologies and coordinate interactions within the team and with partners, in the frame of the European project HoliFAB ( The project aims at developing a new generation of microfluidic instruments combining conventional microlithography, soft lithography, polymer technologies and additive manufacturing. This is a large scale project, coordinated by the leader in microfluidics Fluigent, located in Kremlin-Bicetre, and combining several European and French large and small industries, academic labs, and technological platforms. The role of the team in the consortium is to design, develop and validate proof of concept applications of this technology in biological and clinical applications.

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1) Etudier les besoins en microfabrication en relation avec les objectifs de recherche de la thématique, évaluer et proposer les techniques et méthodes de fabrication, de caractérisation ou d’observations adaptées.
2) Analyser les contraintes technologiques pour concevoir les chaînes d’expérimentation et de mesure ; traduire un besoin scientifique en spécifications techniques ; discuter le cahier des charges fonctionnelles et élaborer le cahier des charges techniques ; organiser le suivi de la réalisation et contrôler les interventions des équipes techniques et des entreprises.
3) Concevoir et piloter la réalisation des mesures de test et de validation des équipements présents sur la plateforme technologique ; interpréter les résultats (analyse, essai, test) pour leur exploitation scientifique ultérieure.

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