Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Ltd. Kensington (Australien), 13.11.2017
Quantum computing isotopically enriched epitaxial growth
- Be part of the world's leading team in silicon quantum computing
- Unique opportunity to join a new start-up in university setting
- AU $102–164k + 17 per cent superannuation and leave loadin
SQC has a 5-year business plan to build a 10-qubit prototype quantum computer in silicon. The company builds on more than 15 years of research in the development of a quantum computer in silicon at CQC2T, where Australia has established a globally unique approach to building qubits in silicon using single atoms. The company is located at UNSW alongside CQC2T, which has more than 70 researchers, technical staff and students based here.
We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced physicist or engineer who aims to excel at the measurement of multi-qubit devices in silicon for scalable quantum computing. The successful candidate will have experience in epitaxial growth, scanning probe work on semiconductors, and/or electron-spin resonance to the development an isotope enriched environment for a silicon-based quantum computer.
This is a three-year fixed term position providing a unique opportunity to work within a truly multidisciplinary team of scientists and engineers working at the forefront of global quantum computing internationally. This is one of more than 20 positions currently open for applications. View the full list of available roles on the CQC2T website.
Applications: Please submit your resume and cover letter (addressing the selection criteria outlined in the Position Description) via our online application process. Please note all attached documentation must be in pdf format. Disable any pop-up blockers in your browser before downloading the Position Description Document.
Closing date: Applications close at 11:59pm on 31 December 2017 AEDT. We encourage all candidates to complete the application process as soon as possible. Potential start dates are negotiable for the successful candidate.