Bleximo: Accelerating Quantum Computing

Rather than replacing classical high-performance computing systems, Bleximo is building quantum accelerators as complementary special-purpose quantum computation systems that will run in parallel with classical computers. These systems utilize superconducting qubits and quantum application-specific integrated circuit (qASIC) technology. Bleximo is looking to grow its operation with an experimental physicist, an RF/microwave engineer, and a mechanical engineer.

  • The experimental physicist will specialized in experimental quantum computing and work on the design, characterization, and testing of multi-qubit superconducting circuits with high fidelity. Bleximo is seeking a candidate with a Ph.D. in physics, applied physics, electrical engineering or a closely related technical discipline. Experience in quantum computing or quantum information is required, as is experience in one or more of the following: superconducting circuit design, programming of experimental controls of quantum systems, test and measurement of quantum circuits, microfabrication, electromagnetic simulations. Click here for more details and to apply.

  • The RF/microwave engineer will design and test microwave components for use in room temperature and cryogenic applications. Bleximo seeks candidates with a B.S. or M.S. in electrical engineering, applied physics or a closely related technical discipline; fluency in ANSYS HFSS; experience in PCB design and layout; hands on experience in testing microwave components; and 3+ years of industry experience. Click here for more details and to apply.

  • The mechanical engineer will develop hardware focused on components and assemblies that work in cryogenic applications as well as develop packaging for microwave components and chips. This person will also procure, design, and fabricate parts, fixtures, and other hardware and collaborate with engineers and scientists to iterate on hardware design. A B.S. in mechanical engineering is required, as well as proficiency in Solidworks (our preferred CAD software) or similar. Click here for more details and to apply.