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Summer 2016 - Junior Quantum Engineer internship opportunity for undergrads and graduates

Our company is Rigetti Quantum Computing, a VC-funded startup based in Berkeley, CA. We’re developing general-purpose commercial quantum supercomputing systems. These machines blend unique physical hardware and algorithms to solve problems exponentially faster than today's most powerful supercomputers. The company is a graduate of Y Combinator and includes some of the world’s top quantum computing scientists and engineers graduated from Yale, Georgia Tech, Stanford, Oxford, Waterloo, Michigan, and other top quantum computing research institutions, with work experience in academia and industry.

Internship description:

As a JQE, you will quickly gain fluency and hands-on experience across several domains of advanced engineering, physics, and computer science. These include microwave engineering, cryogenic systems, nanofabrication, superconductivity, machine learning, quantum error correction, quantum optics, quantum and classical processor architectures, digital and analog signal processing, and software development. This role requires extraordinary technical skills but does not require previous quantum computing experience. We will teach you the skills needed to become a core contributor to the development of quantum supercomputing systems and applications.

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