Research Assistant in quantum networks of superconducting circuits mediated by telecom photons (Singapore)

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Sunday, May 1, 2022

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We offer year-long research assistantships (x2) to undergraduate or masters students who are interested in working in cutting-edge research environment and learning how to build quantum technologies. You will work alongside the team to perform day-to-day operations of the lab, carry out various experiments, and contribute to the development of key experimental apparatus. Through this, you will have the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge about quantum circuits, integrated optics and their supporting technologies. This experience will provide a great foundation for you to continue your scientific journey either as a Ph.D candidate or member of the booming quantum computing industry.
Applicants should have a strong interest in quantum technologies. Ideally you have some experience working on superconducting circuits, spin defects in solid-state, integrated optics or quantum optics experiments. An excellent command of the English language is essential.

Our group is strongly committed to increase the representation of women and minorities in STEM at all levels. We therefore particularly encourage applications that will help us in this goal.

To apply or for any other enquiry you can email Steven directly at

Qove Laboratory is led by Presidential Young Professor Steven Touzard and located at the National University of Singapore. The lab is funded by the prestigious NRF Fellowship. Our group works on a large range of quantum technologies, with currently an emphasis on remotely entangling superconducting qubits with telecom photons to form long-range quantum networks.

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Looking forward to receiving your application,
Steven Touzard