Sebastian Gautsch

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Research and Teaching Associate

sebastian.gautsch@epfl.ch +41 21 69 31058

EPFL STI-DO
BM 3204 (Bâtiment BM)
Station 17
CH-1015 Lausanne

Administrative data

Fields of expertise

Outreach Initiatives
Industry Internships and Master Theses
Research Internships
Advanced MEMS
Tools for Nanoscience
E-beam lithography
EMS for Space


Professional course

Industry Internships Coordinator School of Engineering (STI) EPFL 2012 - ...
Outreach coordinator School of Engineering (STI), EPFL 2018 - ...
Lecturer in Advanced MEMS Applications, Master Program of Microengineering EPFL 2012 - 2018
Research and Teaching Associate and Team Leader of the nanotools activities The Sensors Actuators and Microsystems Laboratory (SAMLAB) EPFL 2009-2013
R&D Engineer on Nanolithography Microsystems and Technology division Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM) 2011
Lecturer in the Bachelor program in Micro and Medical Technology Department of Engineering and Information Technology Bern University of Applied Science (BFH) 2010- 2018
Scientific Collaborator, Team Leader and teaching activities within the framework of the Master program in Micro and Nanoscience The Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Laboratory (SAMLAB) University of Neuchâtel 2004 - 2007
Headcoach of the Elite Swimming Team Red-Fish Neuchâtel 2004-2009
PhD thesis: Development of an atomic force microscope and measurement concepts for characterizing Martian dust and soil particles University of Neuchâtel / Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) 1999-2002

Education

Federal Certificate of Capacity (CFC) in sport coaching Performance training, educational and coaching skills. Diploma thesis on polarized training methods and talent identification in swimming Swiss Olympic Association 2005-2006
Management of R&D products University of Neuchâtel 2002 - 2003
PhD Development of an atomic force microscope and measurement concepts for characterizing Martian dust and soil particles University of Neuch�tel / Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) 1999-2002
Master degree in Physical Electronics, Institute of Microtechnology Microfabrication - Solid state physics - Optics - Analog and digital electronics - Signal and image processing deliverred by the University of Neuchâtel 1995 -1998
Maturité Scientific Gymnase cantonal of Neuchâtel 1994 -1998

Publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

  • Mechanical Engineering,
  • Microengineering
    Electrical and Electronics Engineering
    Materials Science and Engineering

PhD Programs

  • Doctoral Program in Microsystems and Microelectronics

PhD Students

Courses

Engineering internship (master in Electrical and Electronical engineering)

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Engineering internship credited with master project (master in Electrical and Electronical engineering)

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Engineering internship credited with master project (master in Electrical and Electronical engineering)

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Engineering internship credited with master project (master in Electrical and Electronical engineering)

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Engineering internship credited with master project(master in Mechanical engineering)

The student does an industrial internship in a domain where mechanical engineering skills are brought out. goto


Engineering internship credited with master project (master in Microengineering)

The student makes an industrial internship in a field where the microengineering competences are brought out goto


Engineering internship credited with master project (master in Materials science and engineering)

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