SAN JOSE, Calif. – A research center in the Netherlands has posted 20 job openings for technical people, particularly for those with experience in advanced lighting technology and body area networks for health and wellness monitoring.
The Holst Centre in the Eindhoven technology park that is also headquarters for Royal Philips, is adding to its 165-person staff thanks to the recent growth with about ten new partners. "Now that the economic situation seems to be improving, we see this enthusiasm translated into the number of new participations in our shared research programs," said Jaap Lombaers, managing director of the center.
Several of the positions, posted online, involve research in organic light emitting diodes.
The center does work in wireless autonomous sensors and flexible electronics. The Holst Centre was founded in 2005 as a partnership between The IMEC institute in Belgium and the TNO group in the Netherlands.