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.
Closing date: Feb 28, 2023
We are searching for a highly motivated individual who is able to work independently and within a team to help with data acquisition and hardware programming. He/she will also be tasked with designing opto-mechanical components and working with our team to build and characterize atomic magnetometers capable of measuring magnetic fields about 10 parts per billion smaller than Earth's magnetic field to enable diverse applications ranging from brain imaging, explosives detection, and even searches for exotic physics.
Bachelors or Masters degree in Physics, Applied Physics, Engineering, or a related field
Familiarity with programming and data acquisition
A passion and zeal for learning and trying out new ideas in lab
Ability to communicate and work well in a team
Good critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Closing Date: Feb 28, 2023
We are looking for an experimental research scientist to join the development of an integrated quantum photonics platform, with a focus on integrated single-photon detectors. The scientist will be heavily involved in developing the device designs, building up our opto-electronics testing capabilities, and eventual device packaging and deployment. The successful candidate will work on the following:
Design and develop photonics-integrated photodetectors and other silicon photonics devices
Perform and/or oversee device fabrication processes
Design, construct, and automate opto-electronic test stations for device testing
Experimentally characterize fabricated devices (bare chips and packaged devices)
Design and integrate control circuitry for operating integrated single-photon detector devices
Integrate, develop, and test a wider integrated quantum photonics platform
Relevant PhD degree in a Physics or Engineering field
Background in experimental optics and/or electronics
Able to independently plan and execute research work
Ability to program (especially Python) lab equipment for testing automation
Direct experience with photonics/photodetectors is desirable
Familiarity with circuit/PCB design, high-speed electronics, mechanical design, and machining is desirable
Ability to communicate and work closely with team members
Contact Dr Victor Leong if you are interested in applying or finding out more.
Interested applicants can apply here.