Job Overview and Responsibilities
The candidate will work in clean room to develop and fabricate the microfluidic chip that will integrate the PEM membrane
The candidate will use already existing imaging setups at the lab to test the performance of the PEM water electrolyzer, in particular the EIS test station.
Knowledge in microfluidic (tubing, laminar flow, pressure drop) would be an asset for this internship. Knowledge in PEM fuel cells and electrolyzers would also be appreciated.
The candidate needs to be familiar with materials science and ideally has knowledge in imaging setup (optical and infrared)
The candidate will actively participate to the working methodology to try to solve the technological issues
The candidate will be sensitive to the safety rules used in the laboratory during the internship.
Education and Experience
Bac+5 with scientific skills in materials science, heat and mass transfer science, electrochemistry.
Skills Microfabrication, microfluidic, optics, materials science, inquiring mind, active and rigorous. Strong feeling with experimental works is required Job ID 13086 Intership - In situ characterization of polymer electrolyte membrane in microfluidic electrolyzer Internship France, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Pessac