Website The University of British Columbia
Our novel strategy is to couple stationary spin qubits together with silicon photonic circuits. The spin qubits in silicon and the silicon photonic circuits can both be readily integrated with ordinary silicon electronic circuits and quickly scaled up by leveraging the same equipment and techniques that semiconductor manufacturers have refined to mass produce silicon circuits.
- Works on a number of different projects, that includes internal and external stakeholders.
- Follows the direction of the principal investigator in the building, setup and operation of test equipment.
- Monitors the performance of equipment to ensure that these equipment remain accurate and perform to specifications.
- Offers time, skills and expertise to other Blusson QMI labs and projects, as instructed by the principal investigator, and performs other tasks relevant to the job tasks, as required. Interacts with researchers and research partners, including discussing new projects, reporting on results, and coordinating work.
- Experience in a research and/or research & development setting
- Proven awareness of safe work practices
- Lab instrumentation/equipment fault finding and fault diagnosis skills
- Proven working knowledge and hands-on experience in prototyping and machining of test apparatus
- Demonstrated team work qualities
- Be familiar with the underlying principles of lasers, optical spectroscopies, interface electronics and cryogenic systems.
- Computer skills, including CAD-related software
Company: The University of British Columbia
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, CA
Application Deadline: N/A