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We have open positions for quantum experts, software architects,  microwave engineers and more.  Find your best fitting position below or send your open application letter.
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By joining IQM, you will enter a deeptech company set up to drive disruptive advancements in quantum computing. We are a world-class team of quantum physicists, engineers, and computer experts working together to create new values for quantum computing. IQM is integrated into the high-tech campus in Otaniemi near Helsinki, providing a state-of-the-art cleanroom and perfect lab conditions. Working in Helsinki means enjoying the modern Nordic lifestyle in one of the most attractive and the happiest country in the world. We are strongly integrated into the European quantum efforts and our international team is connected to business leaders and high-tech companies around the globe. Together, we aim to shape the future by developing disruptive technologies for quantum computing.
© Mikko Raskinen/Aalto University
Finland is a center of gravity for quantum research

~ Prof. Mikko Möttönen

Chief Scientist, IQM

Job Openings

Scope: superconducting quantum circuits, two-qubit gates, qubit readout and quantum Control.

This role you are involved in deep, hands-on technical work in a focused, collaborative startup environment. You will be responsible for establishing and improving the measurement setup for our quantum bits, with primary focus on high-fidelity readout and control of single- and two-qubit gates.  You will will also be guiding the technical direction of the research based on experimental results, with constant awareness towards company milestones. To fully shine in this senior position you have already experience in experimental quantum measurement techniques and quantum control, especially for quantum computing.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Hands on characterization and measurement of superconductor-based qubit and quantum devices.
  • Collaborate with hardware and device fabrication teams to determine development path for a scalable superconducting quantum processor.
  • Generate new and useful ideas that enable scalable measurement of quantum devices.
  • Establishing lab best practices and protocols to ensure quality of work and the safety of all involved.



  • PhD in Electrical engineering, Physics, Applied Physics or related field.
  • 2+ years of experience in measurement of superconducting qubit devices at cryogenic temperatures.
  • Understanding of advanced control electronics, including RF and microwave circuits, and FPGA based systems.


  • Excellent communication (English, verbal and written) and interpersonal skills.
  • Keen experimental insight with an ability to devise and focus on key experiments.
  • Experienced in programming languages like Python, Mathematica and MATLAB.
  • Highly motivated, and excited by self-directed, hands-on work.
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to new situations in a rapidly changing research environment.
  • Strong teamwork and coaching skills.

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