Graduate researchers are invited to work the industry's most advanced quantum computing hardware and software. Interns will work in the IBM Research lab in Yorktown Heights, New York for up to twelve weeks from June through August.
IBM Q is an industry-first initiative to build universal quantum computers for business, engineering, and science.
IBM Q interns will have the opportunity to focus on experiments, theory, software, or community building. Areas of research could include superconducting qubits, quantum control, quantum error correction, quantum complexity theory, quantum algorithms, and quantum compilers and optimizers (among other areas).
Depending on the role, some travel may be involved to IBM Q Network and IBM Q Community events such as Qiskit Camp. Housing or housing stipend, transportation, and some meals will be provided.
The application process is ongoing.
- Graduate students from around the world with varying backgrounds and professional interests and curiosities
- Experience in a graduate or undergraduate program related to quantum computing or other applicable areas of study
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