Quantum Measurement Engineer Intern
- Cambridge, MA
Posted on November 8, 2023
Atlantic Quantum is seeking an intern to assist in performing superconducting qubit measurements. You will be working closely with our engineering team to perform measurements on qubits and perform data analyses. Your tasks will include:
Executing measurements (spectroscopy and time-domain) on superconducting qubits
Writing software to facilitate easier measurements
Analyzing and interpreting the results of measurements to draw conclusions on the underlying system
Work closely with several team members and communicate effectively
Atlantic Quantum believes that fault-tolerant quantum hardware is the key to making progress in quantum computing. We take on this uniquely tough challenge with a team of deep experts in the field, anchored in Cambridge and Gothenburg to reflect our MIT and Chalmers roots. Our combined US and EU presence helps attract talent, investments, and partnerships to accelerate the development and commercialization of scalable quantum computing. We offer flexible work in a fast-moving start-up environment, with strong ties to world-class academic research.
Coursework in Physics, Electrical Engineering, or a related engineering discipline
Experience measuring superconducting qubits
Experience measuring fluxonium superconducting qubits or other protected qubits.
8-12 weeks during summer 2024.
Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the US. The candidate must have the capacity to comply with the requirements of applicable U.S. export control laws and regulations, including the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
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