Nu Quantum has created a new way of achieving single-photon detection. You will be part of the team developing the first and second generation of Nu Quantum single-photon detector products. You will be involved in the design, basic fabrication, measurement and optimisation of the single-photon detectors, as well as the design, implementation, and use of the single-photon measurement and characterisation suite.
Qualifications, skills, and experience
The ideal candidate will have the following skills/experience/qualifications:
- First-class degree in a numerate subject such as electrical engineering, computer science, physics, or mathematics.
- PhD in experimental quantum physics involving devices. Skills:
- Experimental optics and associated experimental skills.
- Experience with use of the following instruments: high-rate oscilloscope, arbitrary waveform generator, relay card, source measure units, power-meters, multimeters, pulsed lasers.
- Proven ability to design an experiment.
- Proven ability to collect, analyse and interpret experimental data.
- Experience with design and optimisation of optically-addressed semiconductor structures and devices.
- Basic cleanroom / semiconductor fabrication skills: general wet bench use, etching, lithography, metal evaporation, bonding.
- Programming skills (python preferred) for instrumentation and data analysis.
- Excellent problem-solving skills, proactive thinking, and a positive mindset.
- Excellent communications skills.
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