Contributing to patient care experience with the transition to home care. Envision it. Become a system designer in the field of large-area ultrasound at TNO in Eindhoven


Home care driven by remote patient monitoring and personalized care and treatment. Envision it! As a system designer at TNO in Eindhoven, you'll be contributing to the technology that truly improves the wellbeing of people. And medical 3D ultrasound is the fastest growing medical imaging modality. TNO at Holst Centre is developing wearable ultrasound to enable home care. Your challenge? Obtaining ultrasound imaging data within the constraints of a wearable patch. Join us and work in the frontline of innovative medical and healthcare solutions!


What will be your role?
With the latest technology and scientific capabilities at your fingertips, you evaluate potential technical solutions for unobtrusive daily monitoring of patients. In close collaboration with acoustic experts and manufacturing specialists you define high-standard hardware requirements, which you break down into electronic parts and functions. In addition, you define, design, develop and test the ultrasound imaging patches. You will also play a leading role in the creation of partnerships with key players in the value chain of R&D and (bio)medical devices, such as industry, universities and academic hospitals.


Join our diverse team of highly-motivated experts at Holst Centre, located at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven. Coming from all over the world, your colleagues share a drive to develop innovative applications that improve people's vitality and well-being. Ours is a supportive environment, in which we stimulate sharing ideas and insights that may well lead to the next breakthrough in applied science. At Holst Centre you'll find an open, friendly and highly professional atmosphere, in which we combine knowledge-sharing with fun events!


What we expect from you

You thrive on translating innovative ideas or concepts into practical research proposals, for which you take responsibility. Leveraging your experience of programme or project management, you know how to enthuse your team and achieve results that matter. Your highly-developed cultural awareness and communication skills help you navigate sensitivities and convince partners and teams.


Other knowledge and skills you bring to TNO at Holst Centre:

• An academic degree in electronic engineering and preferably a PhD in the field of analogue and mixed signal electronics.
• Demonstrable experience of design, realization and testing of embedded electronic prototypes and the use of emerging technologies.
• Experience of, or a keen interest in ultra-low power micro systems for biomedical applications.


Please apply before 15 December 2021. The selection process comprises two interview rounds. The preliminary interview takes place in week 50 or 51. The second interview round has been scheduled for week 51 in 2021 and week 1 in 2022. In a final meeting we will discuss the terms of employment and your tailored benefits package. We aim to finalize the entire process within four weeks.


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