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Research Assistant / Associate (FPGA Engineer, NQCH)

Research Assistant / Associate (FPGA Engineer, NQCH)

National Quantum Computing Hub – will pool expertise and resources from the Centre for Quantum Technologies at NUS, the Institute of High Performance Computing at A*STAR and the National Supercomputing Centre Singapore (NSCC) in pursuing a quantum computing strategy for Singapore. Quantum computing is a potentially disruptive innovation in information processing that promises applications in fields from finance to chemicals as the technology and know-how matures. The successful candidate will execute the NQCH aims to build quantum computing capabilities, talent and ecosystem in Singapore, with a focus on applications. It will develop middleware and do basic and applied research on algorithms with a link to the industry.

In this role, you will design state of the art control hardware for future quantum computers, this includes support for interfacing to PS nodes, implementing feedback/error detection algorithms, adding the capability for real-time waveform updates.


Duties & Responsibilities:


  • Develop and maintain mixed-signal electronics for qubit control.
  • Design hardware for scalability and robustness.
  • Debug and troubleshoot inter system issues.
  • Work with researchers in the team to efficiently solve problems at hand.





  • Min Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical/ Electrical /Electronics /EEE Engineering or equivalent.
  • 5+ years of experience as a software developer preferably in the high performance computing sector, hardware design and characterization.
  • Conversant in C/C++, Python and Java.
  • Experience with FPGA RFSoC programming using Verilog/VHDL for Xilinx and/or Altera devices.
  • Experience in phase coherent RF signal design.
  • Good communication skills and ability to perform research in a collaborative environment, in synergy with other developers and researchers.


We will provide a competitive numeration and a good work / life balance. The remuneration is competitive and depends on the expertise and skill set.


For enquiries and details about the position, please contact Rainer Dumke at


Interested applicants may apply the position click here.



Closing Date: 31-Aug, 12:00AM