We seek a passionate and committed candidate to work on the fabrication and development of quantum devices with the long-term goal of building a scalable and error free quantum computer and related quantum metrology. The design of relevant quantum devices and the development fabrication recipes for realising such devices will be a crucial area of research and development.
This position resides in the Quantum Materials and Devices group at the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), A*STAR. As part of our research team, you will contribute to the fabrication of devices and document process recipes for our research in quantum devices with the goal of building qubits in 2-dimensional (2D) material platforms. You will also participate in the measurement of the devices including setting up of measurement protocols, data collection and analysis.
Design and fabrication of 2D material-based devices.
Develop process fabrication and etching recipes.
Contribute to device characterization and measurements.
Provide technical documentation and manuscript writing.
Contribute to or lead in grant writing depending on level of experience.
PhD degree in physics, applied physics, materials science, electrical-electronics engineering, or related fields.
Laboratory experience in materials processing and device fabrication. Well-versed in lithography and etching techniques. Experience with 2-dimensional materials strongly preferred.
Ability to work unsupervised and collaboratively with a team.
Resourceful in problem solving and critical thinking.
Meticulous and analytical in experimental work.
Good presentation skills (written and verbal).