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Our research is focused on the development of new hybrid semiconductor-superconductor platforms to enable the application of Majorana bound states for topological quantum computing.
Material science and fabrication are the foundation and the enablers of qubit devices. Our client deals with complex stacks of different materials combined at the nanoscale and require state-of-the art metrology and in-depth morphological, structural and compositional analysis. Fabrication of qubit devices is a challenging, multi-step process pushing the boundaries of nanotechnology and nano-patterning techniques.
You can play a key role in the development of our ground-breaking approach to quantum computing by helping to realize quantum devices with quality and control well beyond the current state of the art.
One of the main processes to fabricated devices is to use wet and dry (reactive) etch processes in a top-down process. In addition, the devices need to be free of organic residues for which processes based on oxygen-plasma and nitric acid cleaning needs to be optimized. We are looking for an engineer with a chemistry background to set-up and maintain the wet and dry (reactive) etch processes.
Our client offers excellent working conditions including competitive salary and the chance to work in a truly international environment.
Interested? Please send your CV with salary breakdown to Meghana Chandrashekar - email@example.com