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Join the Chicago Quantum Exchange community to advance research efforts and developments in quantum science and engineering. Information about each CQE member institution and select job postings can be found below. For internship opportunities at CQE member and partner institutions, visit our internships page.

If you are a CQE member or partner - or an employer in the region - and have a specific job opportunity you would like us to include here, please contact quantum@uchicago.edu.

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Description: The Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division is seeking applicants for a postdoctoral appointee who will conduct computational research in Selective Interface Reactions (e.g., atomic layer deposition (ALD). The project involves performing quantum mechanical calculations (e.g., first principles density functional theory (DFT)) to identify the structures and to understand the complex mechanisms of molecular reactions occurring at the surface of various materials. In addition, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations combined with microkinetic modeling will be carried out to study the heat transfer of the reaction process. This research is closely aligned with the corresponding experimental studies.

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Description: Argonne is seeking independent and creative Postdoctoral candidates to join their multidisciplinary research team. The successful Postdoctoral Appointee will be highly motivated and have a strong track record. They will be responsible for conducting researches related to molecular engineering of semiconductor quantum materials with the goal of optimizing their electronic structures and optical properties. The successful candidate will perform advanced spectroscopic studies of the materials in magnetic and/or microwave fields at cryogenic temperatures. Candidates with strong background in quantum optics, nanophotonics, and cavity quantum electrodynamics are highly encouraged to apply. The selected individual will have access to state-of-the-art research facilities and gain in-depth knowledge of the research frontiers in the fields of quantum materials and quantum optics. They will also have the opportunity to be a part of a world-class scientific team and involved in vigorous research programs.

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Description: The Physics Division at Argonne National Laboratory invites interested applicants to apply for a postdoctoral position to conduct experimental Fundamental Symmetries research at the intersection of nuclear and atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics. The successful candidate will play a significant role in the experimental search for the permanent electric dipole moment (EDM) of the radium-225 atom.  The focus of this position is to implement improvements to the experimental systems for laser cooling, trapping, and detection of radium atoms and to perform an improved measurement of the EDM of radium-225. 

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Description:  Blanqet is a new company that is focused on shaping the future of cryptography in a quantum world. Current members include faculty from Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Law at the University of Chicago and Penn State University. Blanqet is looking to hire several researchers to join their Chicago based team for periods of one to three years with the potential for longer employment. Their focus is on imaginative individuals who are devoted to both research and its practical realization. Relevant areas of interest include, but are not limited to, cryptography, quantum and post-quantum cryptography, computer security, computational algebra and number theory. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work alongside other researchers at Blanqet and at the nearby University of Chicago.  Joint academic affiliations with the University of Chicago are possible when appropriate.

How to apply: Applicants are expected to have (or expect to soon have) a Ph.D. in computer science, mathematics, physics or a related area. To apply, submit a curriculum vitae (including a list of publications), and a brief description of your research interests (description of research interests not to exceed two pages, more or less, and arrange for three letters of reference. Applications and letters should be sent via email to contact@blanqet.net. They will make offers on a rolling basis with flexibility as to the start date.

Description: The Chicago Quantum Exchange is seeking a Manager of Digital Communications to develop, plan, and disseminate timely and informative content (website, social media, video, graphic, and other) that clearly communicates the mission, accomplishments, and activities of the CQE and its members. Reporting to the Director of Communications, the Manager of Digital Communications works on both content and technical matters and collaborates on creating and executing a robust strategy for digital storytelling.

How to apply: Contact Becky Beaupre Gillespie at beckygillespie@uchicago.edu with questions and to express interest. 

Description: The Midwest Integrated Center for Computational Materials is looking for two postdoctoral researchers to join the development teams located at Argonne National Laboratory and University of California, Davis. Excellent candidates are sought with experience in the development of complex scientific software architectures to support algorithmic development for GPU programming and code development/optimization for high performance architectures. The codes to be ported to GPUs are the WEST code for electronic structure calculations, and the Qbox code for molecular dynamics. The postdoctoral researchers will work with a team of 10+ PhDs/postdocs contributing to the development of codes currently supported by MICCoM.

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Description: The Midwest Integrated Center for Computational Materials at Argonne National Laboratory is looking for a postdoctoral candidate to perform research on the use of machine learning in electronic structure calculations. The postdoctoral researcher will work within the groups of Professor Giulia Galli and Dr. Maria Chan on developing and applying algorithms and software for the use of machine learning techniques to accelerate the computation of electronic structure and phonon properties. Applicants should have expertise in some of the following: Density functional theory modeling of materials, use of machine learning approaches for computational materials problems, development and implementation of algorithms and software for materials modeling, and high-performance and parallel computing.

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Description: The newly launched Center for Network Dynamics at Northwestern University is actively seeking postdoctoral research applicants interested in complex systems and networks. We welcome applications from individuals with expertise in various aspects of network theory, including quantum network science. The projects are theoretical and computational but benefit from empirical data and close collaborations with experimental colleagues. If you are passionate about advancing the understanding of quantum network systems and their applications, we encourage you to apply to join our dynamic research team.

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Description: The Departments of Physics & Astronomy, Chemistry, Computer Science, and Mathematics in the College of Science, and the Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering at Purdue University invite applications for multiple faculty positions in Quantum Information Science (QIS) to begin August 2024. These positions will be assistant/associate professor level appointments. When appropriate, successful candidates may be considered for joint appointments across Departments or Colleges. 

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Description: The Departments of Physics & Astronomy, Chemistry, Computer Science, and Mathematics in the College of Science, and the Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering at Purdue University invite applications for multiple senior faculty positions in Quantum Information Science (QIS) to begin August 2024. These positions will be tenured associate/full professor level appointments. When appropriate, successful candidates may be considered for joint appointments across Departments or Colleges. 

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Description: The group of Professor Zubin Jacob is looking for a postdoc with experimental Expertise in any one of the following topics/areas: single photon level measurements , quantum communications; computational imaging, super-resolution imaging, biomedical imaging; quantum dots, 2D materials, quantum devices, quantum transport; single molecule spectroscopy/imaging; fluorescence microscopy, optical manipulation of spin , ODMR, Magnetometry, NV centers; nanofabication (Metasurfaces, plasmonics,silicon photonics); streak camera or time-correlated single photon counting experiments; ultrafast spectroscopy, pump-probe measurements; single nanoparticle/nanoantenna experiments; coupling of single quantum emitters to nanophotonic structures; cold atoms and quantum optics; infrared spectroscopy, thermal emission measurements

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Description: A group led by Assistant Professor Alex Ruichao Ma at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Purdue University is looking for an experimental postdoctoral researcher to join the superconducting quantum circuit  They are a young research group focused on quantum many-body physics and quantum information sciences using the tools of circuit QED in superconducting circuits. One current project explores the efficient and robust generation of entanglement by making use of engineered dissipation. In another collaborative project they are developing SC qubits and hybrid devices to probe and control excitations in real quantum materials. In this role, are expected to actively participate and help lead all efforts in the lab. You will be responsible for: plan and execute experiments; perform modeling and simulations; work with students on fabrication, set up hardware and software control systems, cryogenic and microwave measurements, and all data taking and analysis. You will write papers. You will also assist in preparing progress reports and grant proposals.

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Description: Applications are invited for postdoctoral positions in the group of Professor Yong P. Chen, the Quantum Matter and Devices (QMD) Laboratory affiliated with Purdue Physics, ECE, Purdue Quantum Science and Engineering Institute and Birck Nanotechnology Center. Candidates with strong background in experimental research in one of the following areas/topics are welcome:

  1. Experimental condensed matter/nano physics & quantum devices: especially solid state quantum devices, quatum computing and quantum sensing (e.g., superconducting Josephson junctions, spin qubits, NV centers);
  2. Experimental AMO physics and quantum optics: such as cold atom physics, quantum optics & photonics

How to apply: Please send CV to yongchen@purdue.edu.

Description: A postdoctoral position is currently available in Purdue University Professor Qi Zhou's group. Candidates with an interest in the general areas of ultracold atoms, condensed matter physics, and quantum information are encouraged to apply.

How to apply: Please contact Proessor Qi Zhou directly at zhou753@purdue.edu.

Description: The group of Prof. Leonid Rokhinson at Purdue University, has an opening for a postdoctoral researcher to work on various topics related to the realization of topological superconductivity. Our group developed a technique to form helical channels in the fractional quantum Hall effect regime; one of the projects involves development of superconducting contacts to high mobility two-dimensional gases and realization of a high-order topological superconductor. Another project involves collaborative research between several groups within the Quantum Science Center (a DOE center led by the Oakridge National Laboratory) to demonstrate non-Abelian statistics using topological insulator/superconductor heterostructures. A strong background in superconductivity and semiconductor physics is essential; experience with cryogenics, electron transport and nanofabrication technology will be advantageous.

How to apply: A potential candidate is expected to supervise and work closely with graduate and undergraduate students. Contact Prof. Rokhinson at leonid@purdue.edu. Learn more

Description: Quantopticon is a British-American software start-up developing an automated simulation platform for the design and optimisation of quantum-photonic components, systems and devices. Quantopticon was founded in 2017 by Dr Gaby Slavcheva, a renowned international leader in the theory and modelling of light-matter interactions in quantum nanostructures, and Dr Mirella Koleva, an optics and photonics scientist and entrepreneur. The overarching goal at Quantopticon is to accelerate the design cycle of quantum-photonic devices, maximize their performance, and unlock the path to large-volume manufacturing. Quantopticon is seeking a Business Development Director with a strong commercial, technical and enterprise scale-up background to lead Quantopticon into the next phase of growth. The ideal candidate should have a strong knowledge and understanding of photonics and/or quantum. This position is located in Chicago, IL. 

How to apply: Submit a CV/resumé and cover letter to Dr Mirella Koleva at info@quantopticon.co.uk. Learn more here

Description: Quantum Machines is the global leader in control systems for quantum computing, a field on the verge of exponential growth, bringing about opportunities like those made possible with the invention of classical computing 50 years ago. They are assembling a strong team of professionals in the world with the goal of revolutionizing how quantum computers are built and controlled and accelerating their arrival. Quantum Machines is backed by top-tier investors such as Battery Ventures, TLV Partners, Red Dot Capital, and Avigdor Willenz’s investment group. Quantum Machines is looking for an experimental physicist with hands-on lab experience who is eager to solve a wide range of hardware and software problems and communicate their solution to their clients.

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Location: Chicago, IL (or Boston, MA)

Description: The Pritzker Nanofabrication Facility (PNF) is the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering’s (PME) central shared-use nanofabrication facility with over 10,000 sq ft. of clean room space, housing a large complement of tools dedicated to thin film deposition, photolithography, e-beam lithography, etching, soft materials and microfluidics, and processing from meso-scale to nanometer scales. The facility interfaces with researchers from academia and industry and plays a critical role in the PME’s research and educational missions. Reporting to the Faculty Director of the PNF, the Executive Director serves as the primary scientific and operational leader, managing the daily activities of the PNF and communicating with facility stakeholders. Responsibilities include hiring and oversight of technical staff, safety, user training, equipment maintenance, tool acquisition and installation, lab-based training and educational programs, and other aspects of facilities operations. Successful candidates are expected to have experience in the operations of an academic cleanroom. The candidate will be committed to leading a diverse cleanroom community composed of faculty, users, and staff, combined with an interest in helping develop research and educational support within the School and with local industry. Qualified candidates will have the opportunity to contribute to the education mission, including teaching undergraduate and graduate courses.

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Description: The Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME), a unique interdisciplinary school launched by the University of Chicago in 2011, is seeking applications at the ranks of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor. Before the start of employment, qualified applicants must hold a doctoral degree or equivalent in a field related to theoretical and/or computational quantum engineering, or related disciplines.  They must also have a strong record of independent research in theoretical quantum science and engineering.  Areas of interest include (but are not limited to) quantum information, quantum communication, quantum sensing, quantum error correction, quantum mechanical materials modeling, quantum optics and quantum simulation (including simulation on classical and quantum computers). 

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Description: The High Lab at UChicago has an opening for a postdoctoral fellow to develop novel methods for silicon carbide (SiC) membrane generation for applications in microelectronics and quantum technologies. The research will explore chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of mixed SiC polytype heterostructures and other advanced material growth and fabrication techniques. The successful candidate will work closely with collaborators at Argonne National Laboratory to leverage a novel hard X-ray compatible SiC CVD instrument developed to characterize material growth in real time. The candidate will also work closely with scientists in the Quantum Foundry. There will be an opportunity to carry out some of the first experiments at the upgraded Advanced Photon Source (APS) to understand the structural and thermodynamic levers driving SiC heteropolytypism. Candidates with a background in any of the following are encouraged to apply: thin film synthesis (especially CVD), nanofabrication, wide bandgap electronics, and electrochemistry. Candidates should also be familiar with materials characterization tools, including Raman spectroscopy and XRD.

How to apply: Interested candidates should send a full CV and statement of interest to Alex at ahigh@uchicago.edu and Katherine Harmon at kharmon@anl.gov.

Description: A position is available in the group of Giulia Galli at the University of Chicago for a postdoctoral scholar focusing on the study of quantum materials for energy efficient neuromorphic computing. The DOE-funded project, which is part of the Energy Frontier Research Center QMEENC (https://qmeenc.ucsd.edu/), will be under the direction of Prof. Giulia Galli and will be in close collaboration with experimental colleagues at the University of California, San Diego and with other QMEENC participants. Further information on related research activities in the group is available at https://galligroup.uchicago.edu/Research/quantum.php. Excellent candidates with a background in solid-state chemistry/physics and first-principles simulations of materials are invited to apply. Major duties and responsibilities include the use of advanced electronic structure methods and quantum simulations to model the properties of complex oxides. 

How to apply: Interested candidates should submit: 1) A full CV, including list of publications and contacts for at least two references. 2) A cover letter of intent to Giulia Galli at gagalli@uchicago.edu, with “Postdoctoral application: Neurom.” in the subject line (PDF attachments only). More information can be found here

Description: The Anderson lab is seeking for thoughtful, motivated, and diverse graduate students to join and help build a vibrant research effort and inclusive group culture at Illinois. Prof. Chris Anderson has openings for PhD graduate research assistants and postdoctoral fellows in Materials Science and Engineering, Physics, and Electrical Engineering with interest in quantum science and technology. The Anderson lab is a new group at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and works towards building the world’s first quantum internet by harnessing the properties of emerging materials, single photons, and electron spins. Chris also values thoughtfully mentoring and supporting students from all backgrounds. No previous quantum research experience is required.

How to apply: To apply, contact cpand@illinois.edu.

Description: The Anderson lab is seeking for thoughtful, motivated, and diverse postdocs to join and help build a vibrant research effort and inclusive group culture at Illinois. The Anderson lab is a new group at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and works towards building the world’s first quantum internet by harnessing the properties of emerging materials, single photons, and electron spins. This new internet has the potential to scale-up quantum computers, provide unhackable communications, and to build powerful, distributed quantum sensors. No previous quantum research experience is required.

How to apply: To apply, contact cpand@illinois.edu.

Description: The KouBit Lab at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has multiple postdoc positions available for experimental research on novel superconducting qubits. We have positions available for developing protected qubits using Al-based superconducting devices, investigating semiconductor-superconductor hybrid qubits, and developing scanning probes using superconducting devices. Experience with microwave frequency and/or cold-temperature measurements is beneficial for this position.

How to apply: To apply, email Angela Kou at akou@illinois.edu.

Description: The Illinois Quantum Information Science and Technology Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has an immediate postdoc opening for ion trap testbed experiments. This project aims to develop a distributed ion trap quantum processor using 88Sr+ ions. There is also an opportunity to work part-time on a Yb optical tweezer experiment. Candidates with experience in experimental AMO physics are encouraged to apply by contacting Brian DeMarco. IQUIST researcher Mikael Backlund is also interested in hiring postdocs for research in quantum science. 

How to apply: For the ion trap test bed postdoc position, contact Brian Demarco at bdemarco@illinois.edu. For the postdoc position in quantum science, contact Mikael Backlund at mikaelb@illinois.edu

Description: The Department of Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the area of experimental atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics beginning fall 2024. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with existing quantum and AMO research at UW-Madison, within the Wisconsin Quantum Institute (WQI) and the HQAN and Q-NEXT quantum centers, and with external research centers. The Department of Physics has a strong experimental AMO physics group with experiments on quantum manipulations of neutral atoms, quantum sensors, and quantum optics, plus closely related theoretical and experimental efforts in quantum devices including quantum dots and superconductors. Candidates must have a proven track record of innovation and high-impact research and are expected to build a vigorous, well-funded research program with an international profile. The successful candidate will contribute to an inclusive, fair, and equitable environment that fosters engagement and a sense of belonging for faculty, staff, students and members of the broader community.

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Description: The Department of Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the area of theoretical high energy physics. University of Wisconsin–Madison encourage applicants who are doing relevant research in theoretical high energy physics, including particle theory and phenomenology in and beyond the standard model, as well as string theory and quantum gravity and their connections to other areas of physics. Candidates must have a proven track record of innovation and are expected to build a high-impact research program with an international profile. The successful candidate will contribute to an inclusive, fair, and equitable environment that fosters engagement and a sense of belonging for faculty, staff, students, and members of the broader community.

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Description: The Goldsmith Group at University of Wisconsin-Madison is hiring for multiple Postdoctoral positions. Research Scientist position are currently available for scientists interested in: Nanophotonics, Topological Photonics, Low-Temperature Molecular Spectroscopy, Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) for Photonics, and Single-Molecule Biophysics.

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Description: The Saffman Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has an immediate postdoctoral position available for experimental studies of quantum error correction with neutral atom qubit arrays.

How to apply: To apply, email Mark Saffman at msaffman@wisc.edu.

Description: The Equipment/Hardware Engineer reports to the Director of Production and provides hands-on assistance in designing, assembling, and modifying equipment used in the development, use, and maintenance of the company’s R&D laboratory and its pilot manufacturing line for making semiconductor grade diamond materials and for carrying out the tasks associated within the company’s federal R&D projects. This position can be part-time or full-time.

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Location: East Lansing or Lansing, MI

Description: The Process Engineer reports to the Chief Scientist and provides hands-on assistance in designing and carrying out processes used in the development, use, and maintenance of the company’s pilot manufacturing line for making semiconductor grade diamond materials and for carrying out the tasks associated within the company’s federal R&D projects. This position can be part-time or full-time.

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Location: East Lansing or Lansing, MI

Description: The Process Technician provides hands-on assistance in carrying out one or more processes used to fabricate current and develop new high-performance crystalline diamond materials. This position can be part-time or full-time.

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Location: East Lansing or Lansing, MI

Description: HRL Laboratories, LLC in Malibu, CA is recruiting outstanding scientists and engineers for exciting long-term projects at the frontier of quantum science and technology. In particular, HRL seeks candidates who want to work in an industrial laboratory setting on research and development of spin-qubit devices operated at cryogenic temperatures for quantum computing applications, and in the fields of cavity optomechanics, atomic physics, or quantum optics for the design and prototype of the next generation of sensing and timing instruments. Individuals at the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Ph.D. level who have completed rigorous training in physics, applied physics, computer science, electrical engineering, or related fields are encouraged to apply to join the team at HRL. Multiple positions for experimentalists and engineers are available across architecture, design, and execution in both spin-qubit and quantum optics areas. Specific areas include developing cryogenic hardware for signal delivery and developing characterization techniques for arrays of spin qubits. Previous experience with low noise signals, quantum devices, and cryogenics is desirable, but good scientific communication skills, a team mentality, and a natural scientific curiosity are required.

How to apply: Visit https://quantum.hrl.com/ for more information and follow links to open positions.

Location: Malibu, CA

Description: HRL Laboratories, LLC in Malibu, CA is recruiting outstanding scientists and engineers for exciting long-term projects at the frontier of quantum science and technology. In particular, HRL seeks candidates who want to work in an industrial laboratory setting on research and development of spin-qubit devices operated at cryogenic temperatures for quantum computing applications, and in the fields of cavity optomechanics, atomic physics, or quantum optics for the design and prototype of the next generation of sensing and timing instruments. Individuals at the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Ph.D. level who have completed rigorous training in physics, applied physics, computer science, electrical engineering, or related fields are encouraged to apply to join the team at HRL. A variety of positions are available in areas including CAD layout, semiconductor device design, electron microscopy and failure analysis, and data-driven yield engineering. Experience with semiconductor nanofabrication processes and data analysis is desired.   

How to apply: Visit https://quantum.hrl.com/ for more information and follow links to open positions.

Location: Malibu, CA

Description: HRL is seeking a Ph.D.-level theoretical/computational staff scientist to evaluate the potential performance and application viability of quantum networks, in the contexts of distributed quantum computation, quantum communication, and/or quantum sensing.  This will involve significant computational work, as well as mathematical analysis, for the numerical evaluation of systems intended to distribute photonic and microwave entanglement.  We are looking for candidates keen to work collaboratively, both with our partners (e.g. Q-NEXT) as well as internally with experimentalists. This is in addition to other open roles for theorists, experimentalists, software developers, and engineers available at http://quantum.hrl.com/careers.

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Location: Malibu, CA

Description: HRL seeks Ph.D. or post-doctoral-level candidates ready to apply their knowledge of theoretical solid-state physics and quantum/many-body system simulations to solid-state multiqubit devices, and/or to apply quantum information theory to realistic qubit arrays.  Background in materials or device modeling, especially electronic structure or multiphysics simulations, and/or experience developing and running complex scientific codes in quantum or other contexts is desired. Internships in this area will also be considered for highly motivated candidates at any time. 

How to apply: Visit https://quantum.hrl.com/ for more information and follow links to open positions. 

Location: Malibu, CA

Description: HRL is hiring software engineers of all disciplines, including compiler developers, scientific programmers, data architects, web developers, and low-level firmware developers. Programming skill is our highest priority, regardless of academic or industrial background. Experience with different programming languages and paradigms preferred, and knowledge of theoretical computer science is a plus.  

How to apply: Candidates should write to Robert Smith at rssmith@hrl.com with an introductory letter and resume to be fast-tracked.

Location: Malibu, CA

Description: JPMorgan Chase’s Global Technology Applied Research team is looking for applied algorithms researchers. Preference will be given to candidates with (i) strong publication record in quantum-inspired or randomized algorithms for optimization and machine learning and/or (ii) experience developing performant code, including using accelerators like GPUs. Experience in finance is a plus, though no prior familiarity with financial use cases is required.

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Location: New York, NY

Description: JPMorgan Chase’s Global Technology Applied Research team is looking for quantum computing researchers. Preference will be given to candidates with strong publication record in one of the following domains: (i) practical aspects of error detection and error correction, (ii) high-performance simulation of quantum computers (MPS, tensor networks), (iii) theory of quantum algorithms for optimization and (iv) quantum-inspired algorithms. No prior familiarity with finance or financial use cases is required.

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Location: New York, NY

Description: JPMorgan Chase’s Global Technology Applied Research team is looking for quantum computing researchers. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in theoretical and/or practical aspects of error correction in the early fault-tolerant era. Experience in finance is a plus, though no prior familiarity with financial use cases is required.

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Location: New York, NY

Description: JPMorgan Chase’s Global Technology Applied Research team is looking for quantum algorithms researchers. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in any of the following: (i) combining theoretical analysis with empirical evaluation of quantum algorithms, (ii) compilation of algorithms to fault-tolerant architectures, (iii) high-performance simulation of quantum computers. Experience in finance is a plus, though no prior familiarity with financial use cases is required. 

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Location: New York, NY

Description: JPMorgan Chase’s Global Technology Applied Research team is looking for quantum algorithms researchers. Preference will be given to candidates with strong publication record in theory of quantum algorithms for optimization, stochastic modeling, numerical analysis, and machine learning. Experience in finance is a plus, though no prior familiarity with financial use cases is required.

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Location: New York, NY

Description: Zurich Instruments is a technology leader in advanced test and measurement instruments and a pioneer in quantum computing control systems. Our products are used by the most ambitious scientists and engineers around the world. In 2018 we launched the first-ever commercial Quantum Computing Control System (QCCS) to help the quantum computing community reach its goal of impactful quantum computers. As an Application Scientist, you will be part of our marketing and sales team in Boston. With the opportunity to apply your technical expertise to solve new technical challenges, you will be making a significant contribution to the success of our fast-growing company. This is a great chance to transition directly from an academic path into a role within a dynamic company environment that allows you to stay at the cutting edge of technology. 

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Location: Boston, MA