Electro optical integrator

Quantum Source

Quantum Source

Petah Tikva, Israel · Center District, Israel · Ness Ziona, Israel
Posted on Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Quantum Source is making scalable, useful quantum computers a reality.

We are a young, dynamic, and extraordinary multidisciplinary company that combines the skills of quantum physics, optics, mechanical engineering, hardware, firmware, and software. Quantum source is looking for an experienced Electro optic integration Engineer.

We are looking for a skilled Electro-optics integration Engineer with hands-on experience in building and maintaining electro-optic setups. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in delicate assemblies and adhesions, coupled with a passion for new technologies. The electro-optic integration Engineer will play a critical role in the development and optimization of our quantum computing systems, contributing to the advancement of our research and development efforts.

Responsibilities:

• Assemble, align, and calibrate delicate optical components with precision and accuracy.

• Collaborate with the research and development team to design, build, and optimize electro-optic setups for quantum computing experiments.

• Troubleshoot and diagnose issues related to electro-optic systems, identifying and implementing solutions to ensure optimal performance.

• Maintain detailed documentation of experimental setups, procedures, and results, ensuring compliance with quality standards and best practices.

• Collaborate with cross-functional teams to integrate electro-optic components into larger quantum computing systems, ensuring seamless operation and performance.

• Stay current with advancements in quantum computing and electro-optic technologies, incorporating new techniques and methodologies to enhance our capabilities.

Qualifications:

• Mechanical / Electrical Practical Engineer

• Minimum of 5 years of hands-on experience in electro-optics.

• Proven track record of building and maintaining delicate assemblies, with a focus on precision and attention to details. Strong understanding of optical principles and techniques, including laser systems, optical components, and alignment procedures.

• Proficiency in using laboratory equipment such as lasers, optical detectors, and optical power meters.