CICECO-Aveiro Institute of Materials, Portugal, has a Software Engineer opening within the scope of the M3DLoC pilot-line project. As one of the project consortium partners, we are developing a novel in-line imaging system to provide a high spatial resolution for inspection of parts in fabrication. The system is based on a scanning probe imaging. The task of the Software Engineer will be development and implementation of the control software, automation, and integration of the scanning probe imager into the processing line. This work will also require development and implementation of algorithms of signal and image acquisition and processing, as well as of interaction of various motion and measurement tools.
Requirements to the candidate: a BS/MS/PhD degree in Computer Science, Physics, Electrical Engineering, or in any closely related field, at least 5-year experience in software development for motion, test and measurement automation. Experience with scanning-probe measurements, low-level signal measurements, microwave measurements, and CAD design are desirable but not necessary. Excellent command in English is necessary for efficient interaction with the project consortium partners, which will be a significant part of the work. The contract will be initially for 12 months with a possibility of extension up to the completion of the project in December 2021 based on mutual interest. The salary is 44,600 Euro per annum before taxes.
Interested candidates should send a Resume to Dr. Alexander Tselev (email@example.com). The position is available now and will remain open until filled.
The M3DLoC Project had its 1st Open Day Workshop & Exhibition on the 23rd January 2020, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Brussels, Belgium. The aim of this workshop was to bring together experts, developers and end-users, to discuss exciting new developments in the project and in the field of microfluidic biomedical devices, development of 3D printing equipment and use of nanomaterials such as graphene for 3D printing applications. The workshop was a unique occasion for networking, related EC project clustering and enhancement of exploitation opportunities.
Senior members coming from leading bio-medical organisations participated in the M3DLoC Open Day 2020 Workshop and Exhibition, such as: GSK, GE Healthcare (Whatman), Viscofan, Fluigent, Keralty among others.
The M3DLoC Project had its 24-month review meeting on the 22nd of January 2020, at the Research and Innovation Directorate in the European Commission in Brussels. 34 participants from the 18 Partner organisations, along with Project Officer, Dr George Kosikos, attended this meeting.
Partners gave an overview of the achieved results in each work package and showed their presentations for the Project Open Day the next day, for approval from the consortium.
The M3DLoC Project is organising their 1st Project Open Day on the 23rd January 2020, at the Crowne Plaza, in Brussels. If you are interested in receiving more information on this workshop and a registration form, please don’t hesitate to contact the M3DLoC Exploitation and Dissemination Manager at: firstname.lastname@example.org , or download the registration form from here.
M3DLoC was present at the Advanced Materials for Additive Manufacturing –AMAM– consortium meeting (joined to the Nano-Carbon Enhanced Materials –NCEM- consortium meeting) on the 10th and 11th July 2019 at Wolfson College, Cambridge.
This consortium is run by Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd, one of the M3DLoC partners who is in charge of Exploitation and Dissemination. The aim of this consortium is to provide their members a unique insight into use of advanced materials in additive manufacturing, development of additive manufacturing technologies for various applications, and to facilitate the commercial uptake and bring together potential users with a shared interest to address commercialisation challenges.
Project Coordinator, Professor Costas A. Charitidis from NTUA and Dr Elias P. Koumoulos from IRES gave talks at this meeting. The M3DLoC poster and leaflets were also at display during the event.
University of Limerick (UL) hosted the M18 meeting of the M3DLoC project on the 4th and 5th July, with delegates from all 18 partners organisations attending. This was an opportunity for the M3DLoC partners to meet the new Project Officer (Dr George Kosikos) and Project Monitor (Dr Maddalena Rostagno).
Joanneum Research Health was welcomed as the new partner for the project. Dr Hajnsek presented an overview of the work carried out by the Institute and their relevance to the project. All participants also had the opportunity to visit the bio and materials labs at the University.
After a long day where partners gave an overview of the achieved results in each work package, delegates were invited to a dinner at the Limerick Strand Hotel hosted by University of Limerick.
Members from the M3DLoC team from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Innovation in Research & Engineering Solutions (IRES) and Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd. (CNT), were present at the EuroNanoForum 2019 which took place on June 12-14, 2019 in Bucharest, Romania.
Dr Jelena Aleksic from Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd. (CNT) is participating at the EuroNanoForum 2019 in Bucharest, where she is presenting a poster of the M3DLoC Project.
EuroNanoForum 2019, Europe is a networking conference focusing on nanotechnologies and advanced materials science, innovation and businesses. This conference is taking place on June 12-14, 2019 at the second largest administrative building in the world, Palace of Parliament, Bucharest, Romania.
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CICECO-Aveiro Institute of Materials, Portugal, has a Software Engineer opening within the scope of the M3DLoC pilot-line project. As one of the project consortium partners, we are developing a novel in-line imaging system to provide a high spatial resolution for inspection of parts in fabrication. The system is based on a scanning probe imaging. The […]