Research Fellow, Flexible Electronics
A post-doctoral position is available with competitive remuneration and benefits. We are looking to recruit a highly motivated candidate who has a background in the design and development of custom printed circuit boards and integrated circuits.
The focus of the grant-funded project is to design and develop a customized PCB and IC for medical devices for disease detection, management, and rehabilitation.
For this project, the candidate will develop and assist in the study of a novel flexible sensor and its resistive sensor array.
The candidate will work closely with a spin-off and will be expected to interact with engineers, computer scientists, and clinicians.
Applicant should have:
- A PhD degree in a relevant discipline such as electrical and electronic engineering.
- Experience working on IC and PCB design, as well as mobile app development will be an advantage
- Highly motivated with ability to work independently
- Organized and responsible team member
- Good writing and verbal communication skills
Please send your application including a cover letter, detailed resume and names of three references to:
Professor Lim Chwee Teck (Email: email@example.com)
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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Location: Kent Ridge Campus
Department : Biomedical Engineering