Research & development - Eindhoven | More than two weeks ago
Miniaturization of medical devices is a trend that has been going on for decades. Wearable, implantable and ingestible medical devices are available for a large range of diseases and conditions. With electronics becoming smaller and more powerful, more and more new applications come into range of an unobtrusive medical device that holds many advantages for both the patient and the medical personnel. At the same time, such devices have increasing demands on power and communication with a base station. For implantable and ingestible devices the power source and communication channel are based on radio signals and sometimes even combined. Imec has worked on various prototype products that include such a combined powering and communication scheme. With this internship we are looking to investigate improvements and alternative solutions with the goal of faster and more reliable bidirectional communication while maintaining stable power transfer. The solution must be compatible with standard microcontroller communication peripherals, feasible to implement in small form factor electronics and comply with various medical device and RF regulations.
Tasks consist of:
You will be working on cutting-edge R&D in the field of implantable medical devices. You will have the opportunity to lead your own project while having the support of an international team of experts on RF and antenna design, electronics and software. For your work in imec you will receive a fair compensation.
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Got some questions about the recruitment process? Martijn Kohl of the Talent Acquisition Team will be happy to assist you.