Xanadu, a well-funded quantum computing startup located in downtown Toronto, is looking for quantum software developers. As part of the Xanadu Software Team, the candidate will be responsible for developing and maintaining cutting-edge software libraries focused on quantum computing, machine learning, quantum simulation. Further duties include contributing to the development of a quantum cloud platform.
Skoltech’s Deep Quantum Labs is seeking two highly-talented and fast thinking developers (level depends on experience) to utilize our new supercomputing facility. This facility is maintained and operated by CDISE (Skoltech) and opens the door to large-scale internationally competitive simulations (500000+ NVidia – Volta – GPU cores and 2000 CPU cores).
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) is a unique English-speaking international graduate only research university located in Skolkovo, just outside of Moscow. Established in collaboration with M.I.T., Skoltech is an integral part of the Skolkovo Innovation Center that comprises a complete high-tech city with a number of international R&D centers and start-up incubators, several of which are focused on quantum technology.
Skoltech's Quantum Software Initiative is lead by Jacob Biamonte.
Planned research projects have an applied mathematical and numerical analysis flavor and focus more generally on the foundations of (i) non-stoquastic quantum annealing, (ii) quantum enhanced machine learning algorithms, (iii) quantum tensor network methods and (iv) the interrelations between tracks (i), (ii) and (iii). The group has access to large-scale computing facilities.
Skoltech has a research portfolio covering a range of quantum and machine learning technologies. This includes the Quantum Polariton Simulators Group by Pavlos Lagoudakis and Natalia Berloff as well as the Tensor Networks for Machine Learning Group by Ivan Oseledets and Andrzej Cichocki.