Quantum Computing Positions - MIT Lincoln Laboratory

The MIT Lincoln Laboratory is offering several full-time, staff position in quantum computing.  Note, all interested candidates must possess US citizenship.  
Quantum Computing Theorist (to perform design and evaluation of cutting-edge, fault-tolerant quantum error correction (QEC) protocols, gate-level implementations of compiled quantum algorithms, and realistic modeling and verification of error within state-of-the-art physical qubit systems).
Quantum Software Engineers (to create, evaluate, demonstrate, and transition quantum computing software, such application-specific algorithms and computer-aided design (CAD) tools, to better support investigations of quantum computing’s promises and practically.)
Background: We here at MIT Lincoln Laboratory (outside Boston, MA) are scientists, architects, engineers, and system analysts who share a common passion for helping solve some of the hardest research and developments (R&D) problems relevant to National security.  One such R&D endeavor is the definition, prototyping, test, and analysis of scalable, quantum information science systems (seehttps://www.ll.mit.edu/mission/electronics/qiin/quantum-info-science/quantum-info-science.html). We seek students, faculty, and experienced professionals to conduct innovative, high-impact, practical research through both short- and long-term positions (e.g., student internships, consultants, and full-time staff).
Friday, August 11, 2017