Leuven | More than two weeks ago
There's plenty of room with bottom-up. Be part of creating imec's next generation life science devices.
Separating molecular species e.g., proteins, requires membrane pore channels that can be tailored to a specific dimension and/or surface chemistry. The objective of this work is to tune block copolymer membrane pores that are compatible with a semiconductor platform. Several routes are to be evaluated to shrink silicon oxide nanopores in the sub-10 nm regime at wafer scale. The candidate will contribute to pushing forward the application areas of porous and dense silicon membrane arrays for potential healthcare devices. The successful candidate will engage with and learn from collaborators at imec towards understanding and applying the latest semiconductor processing methods (i.e., lithography, etch, deposition and characterization).
Type of work:
15-20 % literature review, 70-75 % experimental work / data analysis, 10-15 % design of experiments.
Type of project: Internship
Duration: 3 to 6 months
Required degree: Master of Science, Master of Engineering Science, Master of Bioengineering
Required background: Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, Materials Engineering, Chemistry/Chemical Engineering, Physics, Biomedical engineering
Supervising scientist(s): For further information or for application, please contact: Cian Cummins (Cian.Cummins@imec.be) and Sandeep Seema Saseendran (Sandeep.SeemaSaseendran@imec.be) and Aurelie Humbert (Aurelie.Humbert@imec.be)
Imec allowance will be provided.