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Doctoral student Ariadna Soro Alvarez and her supervisor Anton Frisk Kockum at the chalk board. Photo: Anna-Lena Lundqvist
Doctoral student Hang-Xi Li and research leader Giovanna Tancredi opens the dilution fridge of the quantum computer. Photo: Anna-Lena Lundqvist
A low-noise amplifier, a so called travelling-wave parametric amplifier, developed at Chalmers to amplify signals in the quantum computer. Photo: Anna-Lena Lundqvist
David Fitzek, industrial Phd student at Volvo and Chalmers, working at the computer. Photo: Anna-Lena Lundqvist
Doctoral student Johan Kolvik places a chip with optomechanical crystals under the microscope in the Quantum Photonics Laboratory. Photo: Anna-Lena Lundqvist
Doctoral student Ariadna Soro Alvarez and her supervisor Anton Frisk Kockum at the chalk board. Photo: Anna-Lena Lundqvist

Do you want to be part of bringing tomorrow’s quantum technology to life? We are continuously looking for motivated postdocs and graduate students. Please inquire with our principal investigators if you don’t find anything in the list of vacancies below.

WACQT is committed to promoting career development, diversity and gender equality through networking and supporting activities​.

As a PhD student within WACQT, you will be part of the Swedish Graduate School in Quantum Technologies. The graduate school includes courses held at the different universities participating in WACQT, a biennial summer school, possibilities to interact with international experts from academia and industry, and opportunities to build a strong professional network.

From time to time we also have open positions for more senior researchers.

Open positions

PhD student position in Resources in superconducting bosonic quantum computing architectures (Chalmers)

PhD student position in modeling a superconducting quantum computer (Chalmers)

PhD positions in Quantum Nanophotonics (Chalmers)

Postdoctoral positions in Quantum Nanophotonics (Chalmers)

PhD Student in Quantum error correction (GU)

PhD student position - Quantum Algorithms for Near-Term Technology: Potential and Limitations (Jeppesen)

Summer internship on optimal control for bosonic quantum computation (Chalmers)

Summer internship on development of simulation software (Chalmers)

 

Hello Sandoko Kosen

What is it like to work at WACQT? And how was it to move to Sweden? Read about the experiences of Sandoko Kosen, researcher at the Quantum Technology Laboratory at Chalmers.

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