Root-canal treatments are among the most difficult procedures in dentistry. This often leads to a failure of the treatment and a reinfection of the tooth. Lumendo is developing a light-activated, easy-to-use root canal filling material, which can make the treatment faster and easier and improve the treatment outcome, thus helping people to keep their natural teeth longer.
You will be responsible for testing and optimizing the material prototypes to meet the clinical requirements. This includes the design and execution of several material, performance and safety tests. Furthermore, you will assist the team in setting up the production, packaging and pre-clinical as well as clinical testing of the product. This will give you the chance to interact with researchers, clinicians and regulatory experts relevant to development of a medical device.
- Photopolymerization tests and investigation by spectroscopic methods (Photo-FTIR).
- Material stability and performance tests by gravimetric and spectroscopic methods.
- Pre-clinical testing of material safety and performance.
- Identify suitable production partners. Evaluate suitable packaging options.
- At least a bachelor degree in science or engineering with laboratory experience.
- Interested in biomaterials and medical devices.
- Highly motivated and responsible; outgoing and hands-on personality.
- Independent and well-organized working style.
What we offer
- An interesting project for your internship, master thesis or first employment.
- A work that matters and can help improve people’s life.
- A fast-moving startup environment, giving you high responsibility and lots of freedom.
- A young, entrepreneurial and motivated team.
Mark Bispinghoff, email@example.com, + 41 44 633 39 65.
We look forward to receiving your application by email. Or come visit us in HPL D16.2.
Lumendo is a award-winning Medtech startup and a Spin-off from ETH Zürich and EPFL Lausanne. Our goal is to have an impact on society by solving clinical problems, which may arise in everyone’s life sooner or later.
Our R&D team in Zürich is responsible for the development of various injectable implants for application in dentistry, orthopedic and neurosurgery.