The Delft Circuits (DC) team loves working together to create state-of-the-art quantum technologies. The best part of DC is the team, and the team is DC. Within DC, the design cycle is central – analyse, design, fabricate, measure – at a rapid rate. Typically, we get together Monday morning to discuss the planning and goals of the week. Friday afternoon we get together to brainstorm and wrap up our one-week design cycle. This way we stay updated and in focus.
Everyone is free to organize their work as it suits them. As far as we know, we only have about 100 years here on earth, and the goal is to spend this time well. We like freedom, creativity, group work and fun. We started DC because we couldn’t find a job that fits this description, and now we have made it for ourselves. In short, DC is a place where you can learn from experienced people, use your own creativity, learn to work in a team within a structured design-based workflow and be amongst enthusiastic and dedicated people.
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Job opening – Product development leader – Delft Circuits Delft Circuits develops and manufactures hardware for quantum engineers, our first product is Cri/oFlex®, a scalable i/o (cabling) solution. Quantum technologies set high-quality requirements for our products as they operate at extremely low temperatures and at high frequencies. With major breakthroughs, the quantum market is accelerating as we speak.Delft Circuits was
Job description We offer a job where you simply join our design studio developing our product! For further details; drop a mail. Are you interested contact hiring team: email@example.com (or drop by if you’re near). Job specification What: designing, fabricating, measuring & analyzing quantum hardware Salary: competitive salary Full time (or Part time) Education: MSc/PhD/PostDoc Experience: Cleanroom fabrication, quantum circuit design, measurement, simulation