1. Quantum Algorithms Developer

Summary: The candidate will drive the development of algorithms, have a leading role in enterprise collaborations that target real-world use cases for quantum processing and eventually manage a team.

Location: Washington, DC or Pittsburgh, PA
Travel: 25 % travel to Europe, MENA and throughout North America
Compensation: To be discussed
Health/Vision/Dental coverage for employee and dependents

Requirements: Ph.D. or M.Sc. in computer science, math, computer engineering, or other relevant degree/experience.
Record of experience in quantum algorithms, such as, peer reviewed publications, dissertation.
Interest in solving real-world problems, interest in learning the mathematical, physics and engineering details of real-world quantum processing applications.
Familiarity with, or passion to learn about state-of-the-art machine learning techniques.
Experience developing tools for quantum computing, and/or teaching quantum programming languages.
Ability to work in USA.
Fluent in English.  Nice to have: ability in French, German or Arabic.

 Further details:
Collaborate with peers working in the field of quantum computing and industry 4.0
Work on quantum tomography, quantum algorithms and NISQ era devices.
Develop your own ideas for code and process improvements
Participate in the entire development process from planning the architecture to quality assurance and implementation of the platform
Get exposure to the wide range of industrial projects at BraneCell

Further about you:
Demonstrated software engineering skills
Skilled in high-level architecture design
Experience with the Python programming language
Physics and chemical engineering knowledge in order to work on quantum computing oriented project
Write documentation about your work, creative, sharing and desire to bring the world into our best collective future

An equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, religion, or veteran status.