Preceyes B.V. is a Dutch medical robotics company focused on ocular surgery. We develop, build and commercialize innovative robotic solutions to assist eye surgeons in performing the most demanding surgical tasks. Our first target is vitreoretinal diseases, which are the number 1 cause of visual impairment in developed economies. Our award-winning PRECEYES Surgical System enables the development of new, high-precision treatments and broadens access to the most delicate surgical treatments.
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Marc de Smet MD (Preceyes), https://www.linkedin.com/in/marc-d-de-smet-38867215/
Maarten Beelen (Preceyes), https://www.linkedin.com/in/mbeelen/
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This job includes participation as an Early Stage Researcher (ESR) in an Innovative Training Network (ITN) project. The project partners are developing new technology based on Liquid Crystals. Preceyes participates as an industry end-user. The recruited fellow will provide requirements for surgical instruments and facilitate experimental validation, via the following objectives:
The ESR will perform his activities at Preceyes and secondments will be performed at the Eindhoven University of Technology and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) (Spain).
PhD programme – University: The ESR will not pursue a PhD title. He will, nevertheless, be exposed to the academic environment through secondments and full participation in STORM-BOTS’ network-wide training activities. Also, registration in TUe’s PROOF Programme (transferable skills for PhD students) is expected.
Preceyes participates as an industry end user, providing a use-case for the project from an application point of view. The ESR does not require any previous knowledge in chemistry, LCEs or polymers. Focus is on understanding of the medical application, translation of this understanding in requirements and subsequent evaluation of concepts. We seek a candidate with a personality fitting the Preceyes team, targeting to strengthen the team’s knowledge. We intend to employ the candidate for the long term, also continuing after completion of the ITN project.
Two options are defined to further specify the candidate’s profile; (1) A Mechanical Designer, and (2) a Clinical Application Specialist. The candidate needs to satisfy one option only.
Option 1: Mechanical designer
Option 2: Clinical application scientist