In this position, you will be joining the Next Generation Radio Integration Lab within Radio Circuits and Architectures of Intel Labs. The lab research activity focus on enabling integration of next generation radio transceivers in deeply-scaled CMOS technologies. We drive innovation in architecture, radio building-blocks and design methodologies to achieve beyond-state-of-the-art performance and maintain Moore's law scaling for both digital and RF/analog circuitry.
The focus of this specific position is to develop integrated circuitry for control and read out of quantum bits qubits to enable future scaling of quantum computers. These control signals are in the range of microwaves 1-20GHz and typical architectures used today resembles very much RF transceivers or RF arbitrary waveform generators AWG.
In this unique research position, your responsibilities will include:
The ideal candidate should exhibit behavioral traits:
You must possess the minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates. Relevant experience can be obtained through school work, classes and project work, internships, military training, and/ or work experience. This is an entry level position and will be compensated accordingly.
Minimum 6 months of experience in the following:
Knowledge / experience in:
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