BSc or MSc Thesis, Research Project, Hilfsassistenz
The Functional Materials Laboratory (FML) of ETH Zürich is a group performing world-class research in a wide variety of fields, from nanoparticle chemistry to chemical device development. We are designing and developing innovative solutions for a wide range of applications with a cost-effective approach and short time-to-result.
Surface coatings strategies
The Functional Materials Laboratory (FML) of ETH Zürich is a group performing world-class research in a wide variety of fields, from nanoparticle chemistry to chemical device development. We are designing and developing innovative solutions for a wide range of applications with a cost-effective approach and short time-to-result.
Mutliple project opportunities: optical improvements, coating strategies, sample preparation
Several projects: 1. Optical improvements and geometrical optimization of our newly developed detection module 2. Design of a new detection module for multiplex PCR 3. Design and construction of an innovative DNA-extraction device 4. Surface coatings strategies for digital PCR
Medical Devices - Marketing and Market Research
Open position (Project / Thesis / Internship) for marketing and market research about a newly developed medical device for PCR diagnostics that we intend to launch on the market in the next 12 months.
Software Engineer
Diaxxo is a start-up originated at ETH Zürich, where in the past 4 years we have developed and prototyped an innovative Point-of-Care Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) device. Our vision is to bring the power of molecular diagnostics to every doctor’s office, thanks to our new pre-loaded PCR test kits that allow for simpler and faster sample preparation steps. In 2020 our devices have been used by more than 250 laypeople for the rapid detection of COVID-19 in a field study that we run at ETH Zürich, and our systems are currently being tested at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH).
PCB Development for innovative medical devices
You can design and procure a new PCB to drive our innovative medical device that can make advanced PCR diagnostics possible within minutes.
Probing the two-state reactivity of low-valent iron complexes: computational and experimental studies
Spin states play a significant role in defining the structure, reactivity, magnetic and spectroscopic properties of any molecule. Access to multiple spin states opens exciting possibilities in catalysis, the development of electronic devices, and even quantum computing. Metal catalysts may have access to several spin states, thus giving more leverage for reactivity tuning. Two similar reactions can proceed via two distinctively different mechanisms, if they occur on potential energy surfaces with different spin multiplicities. In addition, under certain conditions, a reactant can cross over onto a surface with different spin multiplicity, thereby providing low energy paths for otherwise difficult processes. Such behavior is called two-state reactivity (TSR). Although TSR plays an essential role in organic synthesis and biology, its detailed understanding is limited.

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