At Oxford Quantum Circuits we’re building quantum computers based on a flexible core architecture that enables innovation. At their core, these processors are based on superconducting circuit technology. As a superconducting circuit fabrication engineer, you’ll be drawing on your previous experience in fabrication of superconducting circuits during your PhD, post-doctoral or commercial work in this field to develop robust high-quality fabrication of quantum processors. You’ll have the opportunity to build from our current processes that already produce devices with competitive quantum coherence, and you will have access to a network of state-of-the-art fabrication facilities in the area. You’ll work closely with our team of physicists and electrical engineers to design quantum circuits, before fabricating them and assisting with the test and characterisation process. You will be a vital member of our team, working to develop our device fabrication to produce quantum processors with world-leading performance.
At Oxford Quantum Circuits, we’re creating the core of the quantum revolution to solve some of humanity’s most significant challenges. We are developing technology using the power of quantum to do things which have never been achieved before, from enabling life-changing drug discoveries to developing new battery technologies.
We are developing the world’s most scalable quantum computer for the real world impact. We’re doing this using state-of-the-art, innovative, superconducting quantum hardware spun out of the world-renowned University of Oxford.
We’re looking for innovators, technical wizards and creative ninjas to join us on this exciting journey.