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FEMtech internship: Cell Lysis by Electromagnetic Fields

Biology, Physics, Electronics, Chemistry or similar
Vienna, Giefinggasse 2, 1210


CellEctric is the next evolutionary step in mammalian cell manipulation. Our technology allows the continuous processing of cell suspensions while selectively permeabilizing or disintegrating targeted subsets by electromagnetic manipulation. Our competitive advantage is based on the exclusion of unspecific interference by a patented dielectric filter technology along our electrodes. The outcome features unrivalled specificity and throughput.

Fast, automated, and selective.


FEMtech internship: Erythrocyte Lysis – Electrode Material & Design


CellEctric offers a 6 Month internship in Vienna, Austria from November 2022.

We are looking for an Intern to assist our young, dynamic, and interdisciplinary team in critical day-to-day research activities. Our goal is the development of a new standard for diagnostic sample preparation and cell isolation. Join us in this exciting phase of company building and MVP development!


What to expect

• Learn to assemble, modify and test microfluidic chips – the core part of our technology

• Test the efficiency of cell lysis (mainly blood) within the chip by application of an electric field

• Investigate how design, material and electronic field parameters impact biological cell lysis


What to bring

• Enrolled for higher education in the fields of physics, biology (bio-tech), chemistry, electronics or similar.

• Ability to work autonomously

• Ability to identify problems and propose solutions

• Can-do attitude


What we offer

• Taking part in the commercial development of a novel clinical product

• Appreciative communication and flat organizational structures

• 35-hour work weeks with a monthly gross salary of 1.400,-- EUR


How to apply

If you are interested in this challenging position, please send your CV including a cover letter to knock-knock(at)cellectric-biosciences.com


Please note that this specific position is funded by the FFG FEMtech programme and is therefore only available to female undergraduates.


Location: Giefinggasse 2, 1210 Vienna



Name: Michael Hollerer

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