There is a growing interest towards wireless implantable systems for in vivo biomedical applications. However, such implantable systems have a limited lifetime determined by the battery capacity. CEA LITEN is working on innovative miniaturized systems integrating an energy harvesting component with a rechargeable battery. This type of micro-systems will be used for powering sensors or other implantable medical devices. The post-doctoral researcher will work on the design, the fabrication and the characterization of demonstrators consisting of the energy harvesting component, the battery and a power management circuit. Numerical simulations could also be performed, with the help of specialized engineers. The characterization of the demonstrators and the numerical simulation results will allow the post-doctoral researcher to propose innovative solutions for optimizing the system. The post-doctoral researcher will work in a multi-disciplinary team, which requires strong abilities for team working and communication.