The Quantum Systems Division (QSD) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute is composed of a large team of scientists and engineers from disciplines including physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, optical science, mechanical engineering, mathematics, and chemical engineering. QSD employees perform fundamental research exploring next-generation technologies based on exotic physical phenomena, working to prove that devices based on these technologies can provide real-world solutions relevant to sponsors. We are looking for self-motivated mechanical engineers to support a range of projects in the division.
Our current research portfolio includes funded programs in trapped-ion quantum computing, simulation, and sensing, quantum magnetometry and electrometry, molecular data storage technology, mass spectrometry, and chemical sensing. Support is also available for development of projects outside of existing areas of research. QS researchers frequently contribute to projects across at GTRI beyond QSD involving research in topics including artificial intelligence and machine learning, communications, biophysics, security, and optics.
Affiliated with the Georgia Institute of Technology and located on its main campus in Atlanta Georgia, GTRI offers a unique opportunity to conduct applied research in a university setting and in collaboration with government, academic, and industry partners.