We are looking for our next generation of interns. Depending on your skills and interest, you have the opportunity to join one of our teams.
Your job, as a part of each team, will involve helping operate the existing apparatus and set-ups, acquire statistics and prepare clean documentation and eventually, aid in the brainstorming/construction of new apparatus and/or set-ups to overcome limitations in the current processes. You will have the opportunity to work in an exceptional scientific and engineering environment and to learn many new skills.
Expected skills are highlighted with a hashtag. One of them is sufficient to apply.
Please specify in your application which team you’ll like to join
Carbon nanotubes growth: to create our quantum processors, we grow isotopically purecarbon nanotubes via chemical vapor deposition. #engineering #material science #chemistry
Characterization: we non-invasively select candidate nanotubes with the desired semi-conducting gap and that are free from defects, from which we build our qubits. #quantum transport #optical spectroscopy #machine learning #data science
Nano-assembly: we use a unique and patented “stapling” technology to integrate ultra-pure carbon nanotubes on printed circuit microchips. #mechanical engineering #experimentalphysics #electronics
RF engineering: we perform and analyze microwave simulations, to improve the design of passive on-chip distributed RF circuits for qubit control. #microwave electronics #simulation#software development #quantum electronics circuits
Qubit measurements: in our cryostats, we characterize our spin qubits by applying microwave pulses. #quantum physics #qubit measurement #experimental physics
Theory & applications: we develop the theoretical models describing our qubits and test first quantum algorithms using an emulator. #theoretical quantum physics #softwaredevelopment