R&D Engineer (f/m/x) for Biomedical Devices
The UMons/ULB patented pump device can reproduce any type of physiological pulsatile flow. During the 3rd year of the Win4SO programme the R&D engineer will be responsible at UMons of:
- Developing the pulsatile pump device
- Managing the assembly of the electromechanical systems
- Ensuring CE requirements compliance of the device
- Designing and optimizing the control systems
- Conceiving anatomical silicone models
- Testing and validating product capabilities in customer’s environment
- Engineer oriented master’s degree
- French and English written and communication skills
- 3D design software knowledge (solid works, inventor…)
- Skills in design and assembly of electromechanical systems
- Experience in design and management of feedback loop control systems is a plus
- Keen on working in a multidisciplinary and challenging environment
Pulso is a Belgian start-up project aiming to help vascular device companies accelerating the development cycle of their innovative treatments through tailor-made in vitro simulations. The project is funded by the Walloon region and we are in the industrialization phase.
Pulsatile pump devices for in vitro vascular devices testing is a key issue for the medical domain.
Nowadays, promising vascular devices such as heart-valves or stents are stuck in the development cycle due to the lack of evidence of their efficacy.
The high variability, complexity and prohibiting costs of animal studies make them an ineffective and time-consuming option.
Pulso aims to strongly reduce animal studies through the development of top-performance devices for highly realistic in vitro simulations in pulsatile flow conditions.
18 months contract
University of Mons, BELGIUM
Do you see yourself working in a start-up environment with a possibility to be part of the future company? Address your candidature to firstname.lastname@example.org (+32 (0)491 63 88 52).