Companies hiring in quantum computing and supply chain.
Source: our Twitter feed.
Atom Computing is still hiring according to Dr. Kelly Ann Pawlak.
Universal Quant is also hiring. Loads of vacancies according to Ion Busters.
Infleqtion is hiring, according to Sarah Schupp.
Atlantic Quantum is hiring for their superconductor quantum computer fabrication facility in Sweden according to Jonas Bylander and their CEO Bharath Kannan.
C12 Quantum Electronics is hiring, according to Pierre Desjardins.
Horizon Quantum is hiring roles in science, engineering and product management, according to Joe Fitzsimons.
ParityQC is hiring in Innsbruck or Hamburg according to company sources.
Quantinuum is hiring according to Brian Neyenhuis.
HRL Quantum is hiring according to Jacob Blumoff.
Phasecraft is hiring in quantum algorithms and quantum software according to Ashley Montanaro.
LPS is hiring according to Charles Tahan.
Oxford Quantum Circuits is hiring according to Ines_JB.
Universal Quantum is hiring. They are working on a million qubit quantum computer.
Alpine Quantum Technologies (AQT) is hiring in Europe according to David Vettese.
IonQ should be hiring around their new data center and production engineering facility near Seattle Washington that was announced in January 2023 as part of the Chips Act. IonQ acquired Entangled Networks, Toronto, Canada.
Pasqal, a Paris-based quantum computing startup raised EUR 100mm in Series B funding led by Temasek. This is a new firm, founded in 2019, that plans to use neutral atoms in quantum computing. They use laser beams to hold atoms, kind of like a trapped ion system. I remember posting a video of this from Honeywell a few years back where you can design a scalable system that snaps together (like floor mats at the gym) and if lined up correctly, those modular systems can then work together and communicate across the edges. This is a spin-off from Institut d'Optique. Pasqal's CEO is Georges-Olivier Reymond. According to an article in Tech Crunch by Frederic Lardinois on January 24, 2023, this firm is working with Credit Agricole CIB, BASF, BMW, Siemens, Airbus, Johnson & Johnson, and Thales. Those are a "who's who" list of early quantum technology innovators.
American Physical Society is seeking editorial career path candidates for their quantum journal, according to Katiuscia Cassemiro.
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