GDR Micro Nano Fluidique

Offres d'emploi

PhD Position in biophysics @ L2n, Troyes (France)

Déposé le : 08/04/2019

Projet doctoral : Structurations spatialement contrôlées de boîtes quantiques pour l’étude dynamique d’intégrines α5β1
Laboratoire: Lumière, nanomatériaux, nanotechnologies (L2n), Université de Technologie de Troyes
Ville: Troyes, France
Encadrant de thèse: Dr. Cyrille Vézy


Environnement de travail
Le L2n fait partie de l’Université de technologie de Troyes. Plus de 80 personnes (enseignants chercheurs, ingénieurs, post doctorant et doctorants) travaillent sur la nano-optique, la plasmonique moléculaire, la photonique et la nanobiophotonique. Les équipements du laboratoire sont composés d’une plateforme de fabrication dévolue aux nanostructures (salle blanche, lithographie optique, RIE, évaporateur, MEB etc etc), de microscopes optiques, d’AFM, de lasers ultrarapides etc etc.


Candida albicans “on-chip”: Biomechanical approach of morphogenetic plasticity of the yeast C. albicans

Déposé le :

Candida albicans is an opportunistic pathogen yeast that exists in three morphotypes: rugbyshaped
yeasts, elongated filamentous hyphae, and intermediate pseudo-hyphae types (see
Graphical abstract). The switch from one morphotype to another one has been associated with
benign (candidiasis) to deed-seated infections in which C. albicans cells invade biological tissues.


Different regions of the body have different physico-chemical characteristics, resulting notably in
various sources of confinement and mechanical stresses that C. albicans cells may experience.
Recently, we have shown that the switch from one morphotype to another one was highly
dependent on mechanics, raising the question of the role of such stresses in promoting or
restraining virulence.



PhD Open Position Molecular Tagging Thermometry for near wall measurements of gas flow in rarefied regime

Déposé le : 04/04/2019

Main goal
Implementation of a molecular tagging technique for the measurement of temperature fields in gas microflows. An innovative experimental setup will be developed, coupling infrared thermography and molecular tagging thermometry. It will be validated on benchmark cases and used for analyzing more complex non-isothermal gas flows.
Duration: 3 years
Location: Institut Clément Ader, Toulouse, France
Starting date: 1-Oct-2019
Application deadline: 10-May-2019


Context and Objectives
Understanding the phenomena involved in gas microflows is of crucial interest for the development of new and innovative fluidic microsystems. Gas flows in such systems find nowadays more and more industrial applications in numerous fields such as environment, electronics, aerospace engineering…

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Poste d’ingénieur de recherche en microfluidique

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Financé dans le cadre du LabEx Medalis (Centre de Recherche du Médicament), un
poste d’ingénieur de recherche est à pourvoir.


La plate-forme de chimie biologique intégrative de Strasbourg (PCBIS) est une unité mixte de service (UMS 3286) CNRS-unistra centrée sur la découverte de molécules bioactives. Situés à l’interface d e la chimie et la biologie nous sommes amenés àdévelopper de multiples projets impliquant la technologie de microfluidique.

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Research & Development Engineer (w/m) – CYPRIO

Déposé le : 03/04/2019

Created in 2017, CYPRIO is based on more than ten years of research and development at
the School of Industrial Physics and Chemistry in Paris (ESPCI) and has solid expertise in
the fields of biomaterial physicochemistry, liver biology and drug screening.


This makes Cyprio the holder of a unique technology (BioPearl) for fabrication of spheroids that are physiologically more relevant than traditional monolayer models and are compatible with high throughput screening applications. Our first product, HepatoPearl, has been validated as a beneficial in vitro hepatic model for various applications, such as screening
of drug-drug interactions, in vitro toxicology and metabolism of low clearance compounds. Currently, Cyprio is expanding its product range by using its breakthrough technology to definitively change liver cell-culture biology approaches towards more complex and more relevant, yet more robust, easier to handle and HTS compatible 3D cellular models.