Career | Research Scientist (Theory, FTQC/Quantum Information) | Nanofiber Quantum Technologies

Research Scientist (Theory, FTQC/Quantum Information)


Nanofiber Quantum Technologies


Tokyo, JP

  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Function: Research Sci/Assoc/Mgr
  • Industry: Hardware/Chip/New Materials
  • Post Date: 07/12/2024
  • Website: www.nano-qt.com
  • Company Address: 1-22-3 Nishiwaseda, Tokyo, Japan, 1690051
  • Salary Range: $50,000 - $150,000

About Nanofiber Quantum Technologies

Nanofiber Quantum Technologies (NanoQT) is a Japan's first startup focused on quantum computer hardware development.

Job Description

Role

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    Undertake both independent and collaborative research to develop and publish foundational and innovative theoretical framework to achieve a breakthrough in quantum information sciences.

     

    Lead and develop collaborations with influential researchers, corporate or academic, in the fields of quantum computing, quantum communication, quantum cryptography, quantum sensing, and other emerging applications of quantum technologies.

     

    Propose physical implementations and scalable architecture designs of the nanofiber cavity quantum electrodynamics (cQED), distributed neutral-atom quantum processors, and other quantum devices.

Qualifications

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    Must have PhD before commencing the role.

Requirements

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    Proven experience of theoretical research in at least one of the fields of fault-tolerant quantum computing, quantum cryptography, quantum communication, quantum algorithms, or relevant fields, with publication record commensurate with experience.

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    Proficient in verbal and written English communication (proficiency in Japanese is not mandatory).

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    Ability to work cohesively in an interdisciplinary team and adjust to a rapidly evolving environment.

Desired Experience

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    Track record of publications in reputable peer-reviewed academic journals.

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    Proficient programming skills for reproducible numerical simulations.

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    Basic knowledge or interest in qubit systems based on atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics, including ions, optics, cavity QED and neutral atoms.

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    Leading role in international and interdisciplinary collaborative research.

Compensation

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    Competitive salary.

Location

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    Tokyo, Japan

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