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Are you looking for an opportunity to contribute to the next revolution in computing technology? Do you want to take part in an exciting and rapidly growing new industry? Do you want to put your skills to use at the forefront of a cutting-edge field? Our Hardware team is looking for someone like you!

Summary of Position and Responsibilities

Xanadu is seeking a full-time Experimental Physicist/Research Engineer to work within the hardware team (20+ physicists and engineers) to develop and optimize all aspects of their transition edge sensor technology, and its integration into quantum computing hardware. This role involves full-stack systems-level design, construction, prototyping, testing, and deployment of cutting-edge detection technology. In addition, candidates may be responsible for writing patents and peer-reviewed publications describing these devices and their capabilities, when applicable. Successful applicants will have a proven track record of accomplishments and creativity in scientific experimentation, prototype development and precision measurement.


● PhD in Experimental Physics, Electrical Engineering; or
● Related relevant discipline, in at least one of: Superconducting Electronics, Photonics, Atomic/Molecular/Optical (AMO) Physics, Astronomical Instrumentation, or similar fields
● At least 1 year post-doctoral or industry experience (preferred)

Please submit a copy of your CV and any additional information outlining why you think this is the right role for you! Click the link to apply: https://secure.collage.co/jobs/xanadu/14223

We’re looking forward to reading your application. This posting will close on Monday, December 16th, 2019.

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