PARTNER OFFERS

CEA OFFER

Intitulé de l'offre : Intégration d’une nouvelle méthode de dosage hypersensible de

                                 la troponine dans une plateforme microfluidique

Lieux :                     CEA Grenoble

Period :                   mars 2020-août 2020

Descriptif du stage

Les infarctus du myocarde (IM) sont responsables d’un tiers des morts dans le monde. Diagnostiquer les défaillances cardiaques est donc aujourd’hui un enjeu majeur. Dans les services hospitaliers, la troponine est actuellement le seul biomarqueur dosé pour diagnostiquer les IM. Le manque de sensibilité et de fiabilité des dosages Point-Of-Care (POC) actuels demeure un problème récurrent.
C’est dans ce contexte que s’inscrit le projet DEDICATE qui a pour objectif le développement d’un dispositif portable pour la quantification de la troponine en situation d’urgence cardiaque. La preuve de concept d’une nouvelle méthode de détection de la troponine basée sur un sandwich anticorps-aptamère et une amplification isotherme a déjà été démontrée dans le cadre de ce projet.
Intégré à ce projet, le stage a pour but l’intégration du protocole de détection de la troponine dans une carte microfluidique.
Rattaché au laboratoire des systèmes microfluidiques pour les biotechnologies au sein du département des micro et nanotechnologies pour la biologie et la santé du CEA de Grenoble, le stagiaire sera chargé de concevoir la carte microfluidique puis de monter le banc expérimental afin d’effectuer les tests nécessaires à la validation du protocole en carte. Il pourra éventuellement déboucher sur des tests de validation clinique du dispositif POC en collaboration avec le CHU de Saint-Etienne.


Une poursuite en thèse est envisageable.

Profil recherché

  • Etudiant en master 2 ou dernière année d’école d’ingénieur avec une spécialisation en instrumentation microfluidique

  • Maîtrise du logiciel Solidworks

  • Goût pour les biotechnologies

  • Autonomie

Niveau d'étude

BAC+5

Merci d’adresser vos candidatures par mail : maud.savonnet (at) cea.fr.

SCHLUMBERGER OFFER

Job Title : Intern (Fluid Analysis – Experimental)

Location : Schlumberger-Doll Research (SDR), Cambridge, MA 02139, USA

Period :     2020, 3-6 Months, Flexible Start Date

Internship Description & Responsibilities

The Fluid Analysis team is investigating a number of projects related to measurement and modeling of thermo-physical (phase behavior) and compositional properties of fluids. To measure these properties, advanced spectroscopy, MEMS, and microfluidic tools are used. The intern will work with a senior scientist or within a team of scientists and domain experts to design the experiments, run the measurements and analyze/model the results.

Qualifications

  • Advanced undergraduate or graduate (BS/MS/PhD) student in EE, ME, CE, physics, chemistry or related fields

  • Project or academic credentials in spectroscopy, MEMS, or microfluidics

  • Excellent problem-solving, organizational, and communication skills

How to Apply

Applicants should send a brief letter of intent and resume to SDRJobs@slb.com with the reference “Fluid Analysis Internship” in the email title.  Please include your resume and a cover letter.

About Schlumberger

Schlumberger is the world’s leading supplier of technology and information solutions to customers in the E&P industry, employing more than 100,000+ employees representing over 140 nationalities and working in approximately 85 countries. At Schlumberger, we understand that technology is only as valuable as its operational impact. We continuously optimize every solution, large and small, to anticipate the evolving needs of our customers and industry. Robotics and domain expertise fuel this innovation loop at every stage, from design, development, and deployment through testing and optimizations that begin the cycle again.

 

Schlumberger-Doll Research (SDR) is the prime corporate research center for Schlumberger.  SDR hosts more than 100 scientists working in various fields including geophysical measurements, geosciences, and computational sciences.  Located in Cambridge, SDR is located within walking distance from many landmark buildings such as MIT CSAIL Stata center. Several dozen interns are hosted each summer at SDR and many start earlier in spring and/or continue in fall. Previous interns have highlighted the center working environment, camaraderie, diversity in expertise and domains of interest and in cultural backgrounds, learning about new technical challenges, the cafeteria and the outside activities offered in Cambridge as prime elements they enjoyed during their stay at SDR. Internships have often led to presentations, conference and journal publications as well as patent applications.

 

Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, status as a protected veteran or other characteristics protected by law. Schlumberger is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor - priority referral Protected Veterans requested.

SCHLUMBERGER OFFER

Job Title : Intern (Fluid Analysis - Data Science)

Location : Schlumberger-Doll Research (SDR), Cambridge, MA 02139, USA

Period :     2020, 3-6 Months, Flexible Start Date

Internship Description & Responsibilities

The Fluid Analysis team is investigating the application of data science and machine learning techniques to multi-physics measurement data. The intern will work with a senior scientist or within a team of scientists and domain experts to develop and implement machine learning algorithms and data-driven models using databases and cloud computing infrastructure available in Schlumberger.

Qualifications

  • Advanced undergraduate or graduate (BS/MS/PhD) student in CS, EE, ME, CE, physics, or related fields

  • Project or academic credentials in machine learning, NLP, and probablistic methods

  • Familiarity with machine learning platforms such as TensorFlow, PyTorch, etc, is preferred.

  • Excellent problem-solving, organizational, and communication skills

How to Apply

Applicants should send a brief letter of intent and resume to SDRJobs@slb.com with the reference “Fluid Analysis Internship” in the email title.  Please include your resume and a cover letter.

About Schlumberger

Schlumberger is the world’s leading supplier of technology and information solutions to customers in the E&P industry, employing more than 100,000+ employees representing over 140 nationalities and working in approximately 85 countries. At Schlumberger, we understand that technology is only as valuable as its operational impact. We continuously optimize every solution, large and small, to anticipate the evolving needs of our customers and industry. Robotics and domain expertise fuel this innovation loop at every stage, from design, development, and deployment through testing and optimizations that begin the cycle again.

 

Schlumberger-Doll Research (SDR) is the prime corporate research center for Schlumberger.  SDR hosts more than 100 scientists working in various fields including geophysical measurements, geosciences, and computational sciences.  Located in Cambridge, SDR is located within walking distance from many landmark buildings such as MIT CSAIL Stata center. Several dozen interns are hosted each summer at SDR and many start earlier in spring and/or continue in fall. Previous interns have highlighted the center working environment, camaraderie, diversity in expertise and domains of interest and in cultural backgrounds, learning about new technical challenges, the cafeteria and the outside activities offered in Cambridge as prime elements they enjoyed during their stay at SDR. Internships have often led to presentations, conference and journal publications as well as patent applications.

 

Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, status as a protected veteran or other characteristics protected by law. Schlumberger is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor - priority referral Protected Veterans requested.