We currently have a number of positions open in (graduation) internships for 6 months or longer. We provide the opportunity to learn about the cutting edge of (fine) mechanics, while providing real world solutions for customers who are pushing the boundary on biomedical imaging.
We currently have a number of new projects that combine robotics, automation and methods of cryogenic freezing. We are looking for an intern who has a real desire to come up with creative and novel solutions. We look for previous experience with designing solutions in CADs. A demonstrable interest in real-world creation (i.e. working on cars, bikes, etc. whatever shows you have a desire to create stuff) is considered a huge bonus.
We offer a challenging environment where you are supported by physicists, biologists and software engineers to come up with something truly innovative. We offer the ability not only to design your own solutions, but also to build, test and improve them.
DELMIC is medium-sized company that works at the cutting edge of new developments in microscopy. The company is an ideal place to learn a lot about creating complicated machines, as well as seeing direct feedback from your own developments. Our project management is based on 'fast failing forward', which means short development cycles and lots of building and testing. Our strength is our understanding of the customer need, so you will spend plenty of time in the real world seeing the impact of the machines you make.
The company has a flat hierarchy, a young, highly educated and very supportive work-force, and flexible working hours.
Delmic is a passionate high-tech company based in Delft, the Netherlands that develops powerful and user-friendly solutions for light and electron microscopy. Currently, we produce several systems, which cater to a wide range of researchers in the fields ranging from nanophotonics to cell biology.
Our aim is to continuously innovate in order to offer our customers integrated systems that offer superior performance and user-friendliness.