Are you an undergraduate student interested in quantum science and technologies?
Are you looking for a research summer internship program?

Then join ML4Q Undergraduate Research Internship Program and get hands - on experience in one of our groups in Aachen, Bonn, Cologne, Düsseldorf or Jülich.

The ‘Theory of Superconducting Quantum Circuits’ research group led by Alexandre Blais specializes in quantum computing and quantum optics in circuit QED, a leading quantum computer architecture. The group is looking for highly motivated candidates at all levels (graduate students, postdocs and research scientists) with expertise in the theory of superconducting quantum circuits, circuit QED, quantum error correction, microwave quantum optics, variational quantum algorithms, or machine learning.

Examples of possible projects include:

As part of our exciting new partnership with Microsoft Ireland, Trinity’s MSc in Quantum Science and Technology team are delighted to offer two prestigious scholarships to outstanding female students undertaking the programme in the academic year 2021/22.


Nu Quantum is looking to fund a 3-6 month long internship starting during summer 2021. The internships are full-time, paid, and based in Cambridge where possible.

Ideal candidates are either well into their PhDs, or recently finished. The projects will be carried out at the Nu Quantum headquarters and optics lab in Cambridge, collaboratively with the team which is now 15-strong.

Job Description:

At Horizon Quantum Computing, we aim to bridge the gap between quantum computers and conventional software development. We are seeking applicants with experience in one or more of the following areas to join us as we develop tools to program some of the world’s most advanced processors:


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