Master Project in R&D

Master Project in R&D

Location: Based in our head office in Ecublens Switzerland.

Starting date: 18th February 2019

Job Description

The Nanolive company has developed a revolutionary technology leading to easy and fast explorations of three-dimensional living cells without damaging them. Its R&D team is looking for a master student who will contribute to the development of efficient and robust numerical methods in the context of optical physics for a duration of 6 months. That position is equally open to women and men.

What we are looking for

We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic candidate with a broad interest in natural sciences and cutting-edge related technological developments, and more specifically with proficiency in mathematics, physics and scientific computing. Her/his goal will be to study and develop reliable computational methods related to specific inverse problem in optical physics.


  • perform literature surveys on existing suitable numerical methods
  • perform prototyping, numerical testing and benchmarking
  • do validation on experimental data
  • provide a working implementation
  • write a detailed report

Your key assets

  • Excellent knowledge in mathematics, physics or scientific computing. Background in wave propagations and physical optics will be greatly appreciated
  • Proficiency in at least one of the following languages: Python, C++ or Matlab
  • Team player, fast-learner, open minded and rigorous
  • Fluent in French or English

What we can offer

You will get the opportunity to work in a stimulating interdisciplinary environment with highly motivated, competent and experienced individuals. You will be contributing to the improvement of an outstanding imaging technology in life science by facing various key computational challenges.


Please send us your application including a motivational letter and a short CV to alexandre.grandchamp(at)