Internship offer in R&D at Imagine Eyes

Imagine Eyes is offering an internship for a second-year Master’s degree student. During 4 to 6 months, the intern will work with the Conception & Development team on a new adaptive optics (AO) imaging modality for the MERLIN device.

More details in the internship description on Imagine Eyes website (in French)



Two-year-review meeting in Paris

MERLIN partners gathered on November 4th and 5th in Paris for the 2-year-review meeting of the project: final planning of the last steps in developing the imaging device, prior to the first experimentations in clinical settings.

MERLIN project at CORR Ophtalmic Imaging Symposium

Imagine Eye’s CEO, Nicolas Chateau, will speak at the CORR ( Combined Ophtalmic Research Rotterdam) Imaging Symposium, in Rotterdam on October 4th, 2019.
He will introduce the MERLIN project during his talk on Adaptive Optics Retinal Imaging

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ICFO visits IE to initiate the integration of the Merlin device

The integration of the MERLIN retinal imaging device is starting! Jordi Andilla visited Imagine Eyes to transfer the technology developped by ICFO for MERLIN

ICFO’s new recruits

ICFO, the Institute of Photonics and Sciences, hired Dr. Oumaima Sliti as postdoctoral researcher and Marina Cunquero as research engineer to work on the MERLIN project.

ERASMUS ‘ new recruits

Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam hired Dr. Luisa Sanchez Brea and Dr. Danilo Andrade de Jesus as postdoctoral researchers on the MERLIN Project

IMAGINE EYES ‘ new recruits

Imagine Eyes hired 6 employees to work on the MERLIN project: Nicolas Lefaudeux (optical engineer and project manager), Franck Martins (optomechanical engineer), Dietmar Korn (electronics engineer and scientist), Babacar Wade (software developer), Marine Durand (product manager for retinal imaging), Sandrine Challiès (administrative assistant)

MUW ‘s new recruit

The Medical University of Wien hired Dr. Muhammad Faizan Shirazi as research associate on the MERLIN Project