Quantum Computing Device Engineer – Superconducting Qubits
What you will do
- You will conduct electrical characterization on superconducting qubit devices and arrays, you will define experimental plans, analyze and discuss the measurement results
- You will design and/or simulate superconducting qubit devices and arrays, test structures and components, and follow up on converting designs into actual devices
- You will operate cryogenic equipment and will contribute to maintaining it operational, and to extending it/its capabilities, according to future program needs
- You will work closely with process engineers and material scientists and provide them experimental feedback, for improving materials and processes, and with system architects, to draft the microarchitecture of future quantum computing systems
- You will contribute to the development of the software environment for defining and implementing testing methodology, and for increasing the experimental throughput
- You will provide key input in benchmarking qubit devices, identify paths for improvement and system up-scalability, you will assist in defining experimental strategy for advancing superconducting qubit development and shape the research direction in the field
- You will participate to the team’s activities, including meetings and guiding of M.Sc and/or Ph.D. students, publications and participation to specific events, workshops and/or conferences.
What we do for you
We are proud of our open, multicultural, and informal working environment with ample possibilities to take initiative and show responsibility. We commit to supporting and guiding you in this process; not only with words but also with tangible actions. Through imec.academy, 'our corporate university', we actively invest in your development to further your technical and personal growth.
Who you are
- You have a PhD in Physics, Electronics or Electrical Engineering. Postdoctoral experience is a strong plus
- You have preferably five years or more research experience in Quantum computing, mainly in superconducting qubits
- You have strong experimental skills and hands-on experience in the characterization of superconducting qubits, you are familiar with microwave theory, circuits and techniques, you are familiar with material aspects relevant for this field
- You have practical experience in operating cryogenic equipment, especially dilution refrigerators and RF/MW instrumentation, wiring and cryogenic components associated with experimental platform for superconducting qubits characterization
- You are familiar with instrumentation software and environments for characterizing qubits, you understand well Python and/or Matlab
- You have worked in multi-disciplinary teams, ideally interacting with both quantum computing theoreticians, as well as with process development engineers and material scientists
- You are a communicative team player, familiar with international work environments, also able to work independently
- You have an excellent knowledge of English.