Sweat is data. Our wearable captures sweat to understand your body molecularly in real-time, starting with hydration.
What is our vision.
To drive the future of the quantified self, by combining real-time feedback with accurate and actionable
Currently, to understand our bodies at a molecular level, we need to draw blood and analyse it in a lab. This is time and cost ineffective, and it means we are unable to establish personalised biomarker baselines.
By reinventing the data acquisition method, for the first time ever, Flow Bio gives people a real-time understanding of their body at a molecular level and what to do about it. All without disrupting their routine.
What we are looking for/The Job.
The role is 50-50 between classical hardware electrical engineer (PCB designer and firmware programmer) and test engineer of electrochemical sensors as well as micro-engineered devices.
Experience in each of the main parts of the hardware stack - including Analog design (mandatory), MCUs, BLE communication, firmware development.
PCB design experience for high precision acquisition systems
Will do testing electrochemical sensors which have been manufactured by 3rd party suppliers Will do testing of micro-machined devices.
Statistical understanding for design-of-experiments is desirable.
Programming/Scripting skills for creating automated testing infrastructure from scratch (e.g., Python, LabView)
Familiarity with measurement devices, Oscilloscopes, function generators, DMM, potentiostats.
Manufacturing of micro-engineered devices Familiarity with RaspberryPI Linux
Degree in electrical engineering with some understanding of electrochemistry (nice to have)
Approx 5 years industrial experience (or PhD + 2)