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Nvidia Physics and Electro-Optics Student in Yokneam, Israel

The Data Center Systems Engineering division of NVIDIA is seeking a student with experience in applied physics and quantum communications to join the Advanced Development (AD) team in Yokneam (Israel). The AD group is doing research and development of next-generation optoelectronic devices and systems for high-speed communication. You will be part of the Components Team and will be working on an innovative quantum communications project requiring both theoretical and experimental work.

What you will be doing:

  • Implement QKD (Quantum Key Distribution) schemes in our optical lab and build physical models

  • Evaluate QKD protocols and characterize advanced electro-optical components in the context of QKD; Analyse results

  • Investigate advanced QKD attacks and protocols (weak measurements)

  • Collaborate with hardware and software teams

What we need to see:

  • Student to Master/Ph.D in Electrical Engineering or Physics

  • Background in quantum communications, electrical engineering, and physics

  • Optical lab hands-on experience: building setup, characterization of electro-optical components, assessment of measurement methodologies and results

  • Dedication to quality and creativity

  • Python and/or Matlab coding

  • Familiar with QKD

    We are an equal-opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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