R&D Test Engineer
Design, perform & analyze verification activities/tests
medical device development
Thesis project description
Some of the important steps of the medical device (MD) or drug devices development process are design control processes. Verification tests are crucial for verifying wheter or not the design specifications meet the functional requirements of a product.
My thesis will consist of:
- test designing/planning according to ISO standards and former practices
- test performing in a laboratory setting
- data analysis of results
Managerial value of the research
Our thesis work will generate new insights into test design, planning, execution, and data analysis in the context of medical device development. These insights can help your company stay at the forefront of the industry's evolving landscape. By leveraging our findings, you can adapt and improve your strategies, potentially gaining a competitive edge over others in the field.
Regarding innovation, our research can introduce innovative methodologies and approaches for the design and testing of medical devices. These innovations can lead to more efficient and effective product development, potentially reducing time-to-market and production costs.
Research topic motivation
During my studies as a Biomedical Engineer, I was able to get a good understanding of the whole medical device development process. However, all in theory. So, as I am approaching my end of my studies, I cannot wait to see the MD development process in action.
Through the R&D test engineering position of test designing, planning, and data analysis, I will be able to apply the knowledge I have gained so far from my studies (&work experience), get a hands-on experience and have the privilege of engaging with the latest research on the field.
Why collaborate with us
From the moment I finished my Chemical Engineering studies back in Greece, I kind of knew what my next steps would be. I started working in Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices in Athens and for 2,5 years I got experienced working in the Regulatory Affairs department.
But I wanted to see more in action of the MD development process. That's the reason I started my MSc in Biomedical Engineering in DTU and now that its coming to an end, I can't wait to dive into the depths of the MD development process.
Throught the years of engineering studying (from chemical engineering with a materials science focus then to biomedical engineering now) I have gained sufficient knowledge of many fields. In addition to that, my work experience in the MD & biopharma sectors make me a great asset for your company.
I am ready to bring this knowledge to our thesis collaboration and hopefully to a partnership after the end of my studies. This is what I want to work with after my graduation.
21 to 22 weeks.
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In my free time I love going out with my friends and trying different activities and places. I also work out, by going to pilates, gym, pool or sometimes squash or tennis. Even though I am not a native Spanish speaker, I am very passionate about all kind of art in Spanish - especially music. When I have the time (&the money) I plan a trip somewhere :)
Passion and motivation
I am passionate about making a difference, feeling that what I offer matters and helps others. I like working for a common goal in a team that respects each member individually: each person has its own strengths and weaknesses. When I feel included, heard and appreciated, I offer my 100% to every goal. I am persistent and work hard.
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