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Optomechanical researcher - Profile: Mechanical Engineer As part of the optomechanical design team, you will be responsible for the mechanical design and integration of sometimes very complex optic and electronic systems requiring a high degree of accuracy in a research and development or mini-series context. You will work with multidisciplinary teams on a variety of projects as a mechanics specialist. Microfabrication technologist Part of a dynamic and talented team, you will mostly participate in the production of micro devices in a clean room and will be in charge of the maintenance of those scientific equipment. You will be involved both in customer R & D projects as well as in in-house research projects where you will have to contribute to the development of new advanced technologies. Microfabrication researcher - Printable photonics As a researcher and member of the Microfabrication Group, your primary role will be to contribute to the creation of technological innovation and intellectual property through your involvement in internal and external projects for the development of innovative optical/photonic micro devices and components in the following application areas: medicine, environment, mining, industry, military and surveillance, aerospace or astronomy. Master’s student – Research project on microfluidics As part of a research project on an innovative chemical sensor based on microfluidics, we are looking for a motivated and dynamic student to contribute to such technological development. The project will be the result of a collaboration between INO and Prof. Amine Miled from Université Laval.

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