GDR Micro Nano Fluidique

Mois : février 2019

We want to empower the next generation of scientists and entrepreneurs with a multidisciplinary training in the field of single-entity nanoelectrochemistry (SENTINEL). We have received funding from the European Commission under the Marie Skłodowska Curie ITN Actions for 15 fully funded PhD fellowships  based at several institutions in Europe. The scientific training will be complemented with comprehensive training on science communication, effective public engagement, creative thinking, entrepreneurship and project management .

Further information about how to apply can be found here

Further information about the positions in Paris:

Stilla Technologies is a Paris-based “tools for Life Sciences” company that helps scientists build the future of medicine.
Since 2016, Stilla Technologies has been providing research organizations specialized in molecular biology and genetic analysis with its Naica™ System, a ground-breaking digital PCR solution that enables scientists to detect and quantify DNA mutations with unrivalled precision.

More information : Stilla-is-hiring-a-Microfluidics-Engineer-20190204.pdf

The Juncker Lab at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, is seeking an outstanding Postdoctoral Fellow to work on an exciting NSERC-funded nanotechnology-based proteomics platform with a strong potential for commercialization. Applicants with tech transfer or industrial experience are strongly encouraged to apply. The platform consists of a novel immunoassay format capable of multiplexed and sensitive protein detection that was recently developed.


The two years post-doctoral position will be part of a project dealing with the biophysical study of asymmetric biological membranes in the context of plant defense mechanisms. The use of elicitors capable of stimulating plant defenses is a promising alternative to conventional chemical control and represents a major research area in the frame of the integrated protection development in agriculture. In this context, surfactin (SRF), a Bacillus secondary metabolite, has been proven to be of interest to trigger the plant defense mechanisms. Due to its amphiphilic character, SRF is likely to be perceived directly by the lipid constituents of the plant cell plasma membrane (PM). However, the detailed molecular mechanism is still elusive, and more particularly the question of the role of membrane asymmetry was never considered in the previous biophysical studies on SRFmembrane interactions

More information : Announcement_Postdoctoral-position_Uliege-Belgium-1.pdf

The development of microfluidics technology allowed to revisit the fabrication of emulsions and offers now an efficient tool for making well calibrated emulsion droplets. In
addition, to capability to encapsulate various components, to add process steps in serial, to parallelize droplet production and operations opened a new avenue for tailoring
microparticles from emulsion droplet template. These functional microparticles find application in biotechnology where a precise control of particles features, like size or binding
capacity, is needed.


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