Research Associate, FPGA Engineer, NQCH, Centre for Quantum Technologies,Opportunity At NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, Lower Kent Ridge Rd, Singapore.

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  • Post Date: January 10, 2022
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Research Associate, FPGA Engineer, NQCH, Centre for Quantum Technologies

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Job Description

National Quantum Computing Hub – will pool expertise and resources from the Centre for Quantum Technologies at NUS, the Institute of High Performance Computing at A*STAR and the National Supercomputing Centre Singapore (NSCC) in pursuing a quantum computing strategy for Singapore. Quantum computing is a potentially disruptive innovation in information processing that promises applications in fields from finance to chemicals as the technology and know-how matures. The successful candidate will execute the NQCH aims to build quantum computing capabilities, talent and ecosystem in Singapore, with a focus on applications. It will develop middleware and do basic and applied research on algorithms with a link to industry.

In this role, you will design state of the art control hardware for future quantum computers, this includes support for interfacing to PS nodes, implementing feedback / error detection algorithm, adding capability for real-time waveform updates.


  • Develop and maintain mixed-signal electronics for qubit control
  • Design hardware for scalability and robustness
  • Debug and troubleshoot inter system issues
  • Work with researchers in the team to efficiently solve problems at hand.

Job Requirements

  • Min Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical/ Electrical /Electronics /EEE Engineering or equivalent
  • 5+ years of experience as a software developer preferably in the high performance computing sector, hardware design and characterization.
  • Conversant in C/C++, Python and Java
  • Experience with FPGA RFSoC programming using Verilog/VHDL for Xilinx and/or Altera devices.
  • Experience in phase coherent RF signal design.
  • Good communication skills and ability to perform research in a collaborative environment, in synergy with other developers and researchers.

More Information

We will provide a competitive numeration and a good work / life balance. The remuneration is competitive and depends on the expertise and skill set.

For enquiries and details about the position, please contact Rainer Dumke at .

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Employment Type : Full-time

Applications can be submitted via the link below and should contain: the latest CV, and letter of recommendation (if any).

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.



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