Our researchers at Chalmers are looking for a person to strengthen the team in the packaging investigations in a Wallenberg Foundation funded project (WALP). The position spans for two years at Chalmers with the possibility to continue either at Chalmers or at SCALINQ.
As a research engineer, you will conduct research and development in the industrial WALP project in close collaboration with SCALINQ and other researchers at Chalmers. We expect you to drive project work packages and report progress to the other team members. We expect the outcome of your research and development to generate IP in the form of patentable solutions and publications. A key task is also technical validation in the form of measurements in cryostats and using microwave techniques.
In order to qualify for the position, you need a MSc or PhD in engineering physics or electrical engineering with focus on microwave engineering and/or quantum physics. You are motivated for a career in quantum technology, in academia or at an institute or company. You have a collaborative attitude and an interest in working both independently and in a team environment, sharing best practices and assuming responsibility. You are self-motivated, pay attention to detail, and possess a problem-solving analytical ability. The position requires verbal and written communication skills in English.
Join our exciting journey to help enable Quantum Computing!
For questions, please contact:
Dr. Robert Rehammar, Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience