Available Positions at QTE

We are hiring and we are excited that you are thinking of joining us!
Read on for more details about our current vacancies.

Scientist

Closing Date: Dec 28, 2021

We are looking for a research scientist for a project in the field of quantum and nonlinear optics. The project is related to quantum interferometry of correlated photon pairs and its application in broadband infrared micro-spectroscopy of a specimen (D. Kalashnikov et al, Nature Photonics 10, 98 (2016); A. Paterova et al, Science Advances 6(44), eabd0460  (2020)).


The successful candidate will carry out the following work: 

  • Develop new schemes of quantum interferometry for high-resolution infrared micro-spectroscopy

  • Perform experimental realisation of the schemes in the optics laboratory

  • Study new types of nonlinear crystals to improve the performance of the quantum interferometry technique

  • Perform simple automation of the experimental setup by software programming of scientific instruments, such as translation stages, sensors, etc

  • Interpret and analyse obtained experimental results

  • Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team of researchers

Interested applicants can find more details about this vacancy here.

Specialist

Closing Date: Nov 30, 2021

We are seeking a well-motivated individual with experience in optical and mechanical engineering to help develop the next-generation of ultra-sensitive atomic magnetometers. The candidate will work together with a dynamic team of physicists to develop various single and multi-pass vapor cells that can be used in atomic magnetometry and other quantum sensing/information applications. He/she will also help design and/or machine various custom optomechanical components.

Interested applicants can find more details about this vacancy here.

Scientist

Closing Date: Nov 30, 2021

We are looking for a research scientist with an expertise in electronics and/or photonics to join the development of an integrated quantum photonics platform, with a focus on integrated single-photon avalanche detectors (SPADs). The candidate will be chiefly responsible for leading the development of active-quenching control circuitry for SPADs, and integrating them with a rigorous and high-throughput device characterization process.


The project areas the successful candidate will work on include:

  • Design, test, and implement control circuitry for operating integrated single-photon detector devices

  • Design and construct opto-electronic test stations for device testing

  • Experimentally characterize fabricated devices (bare chips and packaged devices)

  • Integrate the SPADS with a wider integrated quantum photonics platform

  • Establish higher levels of electronics expertise and capabilities within the research group


Interested applicants can find more details about this vacancy here.

Specialist

Closing Date: Nov 30, 2021

We are looking for a research engineer with an expertise in electronics and/or photonics to join the development of an integrated quantum photonics platform, with a focus on integrated single-photon avalanche detectors (SPADs). The candidate will develop active-quenching control circuitry for SPADs, integrate them with the testing setup, and perform systematic device characterization.


The project areas the successful candidate will work on include:

  • Design, test, and implement control circuitry for operating integrated single-photon detector devices

  • Experimentally characterize fabricated devices (bare chips and packaged devices)

  • Integrate the SPADS with a wider integrated quantum photonics platform

  • Organization and procurement of laboratory/electronics supplies and components

  • Generating and presenting regular project updates


Interested applicants can find more details about this vacancy here.

To learn more about opportunities at QTE, please get in touch. Note that all applications (and application materials including resumes and CVs) must be officially submitted through the A*STAR Career Portal.