Vacancy No. IAI 11-19

IAI 11-19 Bachelor- or Masterthesis: Investigation of Feasibility and Miniaturization of Measuring Ozone Gas by Nanotubes

Job description

For pain relief medical gases are used as an alternative to pharmaceutical treatment or surgery. During ozone therapy, medical oxygen-ozone is applied to reduce pain caused by a herniated disk. Therefore, the task in this thesis is to investigate the feasibility and miniaturization of measuring ozone gas by nanotubes, especially carbon nanotubes. 

  • Following aspects are included in the task:
  • State of the art research
    • Measurements by nanotubes
    • Current state of the art sensors
  • Sensor Requirements
  • Concepts for Realization
  • Setup of functional prototypes
  • Analysis and evaluation
Personal qualification

Field of study: Mechanical, electrical or chemical engineering, computer science or related disciplines 
Strong interest in microsystem technologies for medical applications
Good knowledge of Python and Raspberry Pi
 

Organizational unit

Institute for Automation and Applied Informatics (IAI)

Starting date

Immediately

Contract Duration

limited to 4-6 months.

Contact person in line-management

For further information, please contact Lisa Petani, IAI, e-mail: lisa.petani@kit.edu

Application

Please apply online using the button below for this vacancy number IAI 11-19.
Personnel support is provided by 

Ms Schaber
phone: +49 721 608-25184,

Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1, 76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany

If qualified, severely disabled persons will be preferred.