We are looking to hire a Senior HPC Engineer for our Quantum Software and Applications group who will be responsible for the integration of qbOS into HPC infrastructure. You will be a founding member of the new QB Germany team who establishes a high-performing culture and practices and has opportunities to lead a growing team or sub-team and assist with establishing technical partnerships and gaining local users and customers
University degree in Science, Software Engineering, Computer Science, or similar; 5+ years of programming ideally in the capacity of a scientific software developer and have worked within similar deep tech companies; Ideally 2+ years of Technical Team Leadership/Project Leadership; Interest and understanding of the physics/quantum computing industry and its impact on HPC; Excited about emerging technology; Solid experience with implementing in C++, CUDA, MPI, OpenMP
Website des UnternehmensMitarbeiter Quantum Brilliance Senior HPC Engineer - Quantum Software and Applications Stuttgart, DE - Remote OKVollzeitSoftware & Applications Offene StellenSenior HPC Engineer - Quantum Software and Applications Auf die Position bewerben Meinen Indeed-Lebenslauf verwenden Mit LinkedIn bewerben Quantum Brilliance is the world leader in room-temperature quantum computing using synthetic diamonds. Our unique vision is to make quantum computing available as an everyday technology, from data centres to remote and mobile systems like autonomous robots and satellites. In contrast to quantum computers that fill a room, we are developing quantum accelerators with more compute power than a classical supercomputer but in a form factor smaller than a lunchbox. Founded in 2019 by leaders in diamond quantum science from the Australian National University, we are a full-stack quantum computing company. An Australia-German company, our HQs are in Canberra and Stuttgart, with additional locations across Australia and southern Germany. We are working with global technology leaders to develop quantum computing applications, integrate quantum with high-performance computing, solve materials science challenges and develop ultra-precise semiconductor manufacturing and quantum control techniques. We are backed by leading venture capital funds and major research and technology institutes. We are looking to hire a Senior HPC Engineer for our Quantum Software and Applications group who will be responsible for the integration of qbOS into HPC infrastructure. You will be a founding member of the new QB Germany team who establishes a high-performing culture and practices and has opportunities to lead a growing team or sub-team and assist with establishing technical partnerships and gaining local users and customers. The role can be located anywhere in Germany. Good German language skills are desired. Core responsibilities: Full software lifecycle: Using git version control (Gitlab, GitHub), merge request management, performing CI/CD pipeline and smoke tests, patch releases, and providing user support. Ensuring high test coverage. Agile workstyle: Closely following and leading agile workstyle principles, which include weekly sprints, team meetings, and Jira task management. Software Applications & Integration: Supporting the development of applications for quantum chemistry, optimization and quantum machine learning by integrating with and deploying on HPC infrastructure. HPC integration, software delivery: Working with HPC environments and tools, pre-configured containers for software delivery (docker, singularity). Programming: Responsible for advanced-level C++ and GPU programming. Continuous Learning: Monitoring the field of quantum computing for optimization and quantum machine learning. Client/Partner collaboration: Collaborate with Quantum Brilliance’s partners and clients in joint projects. Industry and topical knowledge: Providing assistance for business development. Documentation: Documenting software features and dev processes in fine detail. About you: University degree in Science, Software Engineering, Computer Science, or similar 5+ years of programming ideally in the capacity of a scientific software developer and have worked within similar deep tech companies Ideally 2+ years of Technical Team Leadership / Project Leadership Interest and understanding of the physics/quantum computing industry and its impact on HPC Excited about emerging technology Solid experience with implementing in C++, CUDA, MPI, OpenMP Experience with tensor network libraries Experience with containerization (Docker, Kubernetes, Singularity) An expert in git An advocate of agile workstyle Interested in helping shape and sustain a progressive organizational culture A diversity advocate Not afraid to wear various hats We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment; hence we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. We are aware that some individuals tend to only apply for jobs when they meet 100% of the criteria. If you think you have what it takes, but don't necessarily meet every single point on the job description, please still get in touch. We'd love to have a chat and see if you could be a great fit! About an Developer role with Quantum Brilliance: At Quantum Brilliance, you’ll join a team of experts working to create massive, transformative impact. You’ll join a team of problem-solvers, who are curious and driven to understand and master new things. We pride ourselves on a collaborative environment, where we learn from the unique expertise that each person brings, and support the growth of each team member. Working with bright and engaging colleagues, aligned to a common goal. In many academic settings, there are 1-2 people at most working on a particular project. At Quantum Brilliance, there are more people on your project and closely related topics, creating a vibrant environment with lots to learn and share. It also provides an environment to develop your skills in project management and coordination. Collaborating with colleagues around the world. We currently have labs in 6 locations across Australia and Germany, and collaborate with leading research institutions and quantum technology companies. Continuous learning. You're expected to keep pace with the state of the art in the field. If you're switching fields, you'll need to rapidly get up to speed with the literature history, something we will help with but that you are expected to drive. There are further exciting learnings in project management, team leadership, and business operations. Research leadership. As you complete projects and build your understanding of the company and its R&D programs, you will be increasingly expected to provide input to help shape roadmaps and targets for subsequent R&D projects. This can include pitching projects to follow-up on discoveries made during previous projects. Give back: you will have plenty of opportunities to share your knowledge within the team. This can include providing technical leadership and mentoring to other team members, doing projects with brilliant interns, and regular internal technical group meetings. Applying for grants. Depending on your role with QB and the funding/partnership opportunities, this might still be a thing. But there tends to be a much higher success rate, shorter timelines to funding outcomes, and it's no longer a live-or-die thing for your career. Auf die Position bewerben Powered bybreezy AddThis Sharing Sidebar Share to Gmail Share to LinkedIn Share to Twitter Share to Facebook , Number of shares
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