Research Fellow (Superconducting Devices), Centre For Quantum Technologies
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- NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
- 06 Mar 2023
- End of advertisement period
- 05 Apr 2023
- Academic Discipline
- Physical Sciences, Physics & Astronomy
- Job Type
- Academic Posts, Research Fellowships, Postdocs
- Contract Type
- Full Time
About the Centre for Quantum Technologies
The Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT) is a research centre of excellence in Singapore. It brings together physicists, computer scientists and engineers to do basic research on quantum physics and to build devices based on quantum phenomena. Experts in this new discipline of quantum technologies are applying their discoveries in computing, communications, and sensing.
CQT is hosted by the National University of Singapore and also has staff at Nanyang Technological University. With some 180 researchers and students, it offers a friendly and international work environment.
Learn more about CQT at www.quantumlah.org
The open position is funded by Singapore's ambitious Quantum Engineering Programme and is affiliated with Yvonne Gao's lab (QCrew) and Steven Touzard's lab (Qove Laboratory). Both PIs hold the Presidential Young Professorship and their laboratories are funded under the National Research Fellowship, which offers long-term funding prospects.
We have an opening for a post-doctoral research fellow specialising in the design and fabrication of superconducting devices. The applicant will lead the development of new broadband Josephson parametric amplifiers and of its application to quantum measurements. The successful candidate will also work closely with the PI to develop future experimental goals and shape the general research direction of the group. There will be ample opportunities to explore personal ideas and participate in grant-writing processes. We aim to provide a challenging and supportive environment to nurture research leadership skills and readiness for a high-level career in academia or in the quantum industry.
- A PhD in physics or engineering.
Applicants would need to have the required skills of :
- Electron-beam lithography
- Metal deposition
- Dry and wet etching
- Low-noise microwave measurements
- Operation of cryogenic equipment
- Mechanical assembly for RF devices
- Josephson junction fabrication
- Strong foundations in quantum mechanics
- Effective communication
- Leadership experience
For enquiries and details about the position, please contact Steven Touzard at email@example.com .
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Employment Type : Full-time
Applications can be submitted via the link below and should contain: the latest CV, and letter of recommendation (if any).
Location: [[Kent Ridge]]
Department : [[Centre For Quantum Technologies]]
Job requisition ID : []
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