QuantWare launched in July 2021 with the singular ambition to accelerate the usefulness of the quantum computer, while democratizing hardware and expanding the field.
QuantWare works on the quickest path to useful quantum computation, based on a foundation of world-class expertise in scaling up superconducting QPUs.
Achieving useful quantum computation is a huge challenge, and one we cannot do alone. We are a collaborative company working with the best-in-class companies and experts on complementary solutions. We are always on the lookout for new partnerships.
QuantWare is guided by thought leaders in the Quantum Computing industry
Professor Charlie Marcus is a leading researcher in the Quantum field. During his career he has been a professor at Stanford and Harvard and Director of the Microsoft Quantum Lab in Copenhagen. He was the first non-Dane to be awarded the H.C. Ørsted Gold Medal as a recognition of his outstanding contributions to physics. He is currently a Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute, where he founded the Center for Quantum Devices.
“To unlock the full potential of quantum computing, we need to democratise the technology. Large quantum processors shouldn't be exclusively operated by a few large organisations. QuantWare has a real shot at changing this situation. Their scalable design seems to me to be the most promising available, and I believe it will disrupt the Quantum Computing industry and research.”
Prof. Barends joined QuantWare as one of its first angel investors. He is an expert on superconducting qubits, and was one of the lead researchers at Google during the demonstration of beyond-classical computing. He obtained his PhD at Delft University of Technology and joined the team at UC Santa Barbara prior to merging with Google. He is currently director of the new Peter Grünberg Institute for Functional Quantum Systems at Forschungszentrum Jülich.
"Quantum computing is at the verge of going from an exploratory phase to one where addressing real-world problems could become a reality. With companies like QuantWare, we can build the ecosystem that enables the necessary research and technology development, right here in Europe."
Our mission is to accelerate the advent of the quantum computer. We are extremely motivated to solve a very hard problem and make useful quantum computation a reality.
Alessandro has a PhD in Quantum Physics and has worked on multiple breakthrough advances during his 10+ years in the field, including at the DICarlo Group at QuTech. When he is not being the technical brain behind QuantWare, he spends his time studying cosmology and repairing scientific hardware.
Matthijs has a background in Quantum Information and did his thesis on the simulation of quantum computers in the Elkouss group of QuTech. He also worked at a non-profit strategy consulting firm. When he is not working on QuantWare's five-year plan, he likes to go hiking in mountains.
With a background in physics and experience in designing superconducting qubits, Marten has been an integral part of the company’s QPU development. He also has a proven track record of driving innovation and pushing the boundaries of technology, having served as the former chief engineer for the Delft Solar car Team and winning the world solar challenge. As CPO, Marten oversees the product development and production of QPUs, while inspiring creativity and fostering a culture of innovation. When he’s not working on quantum computing, Marten can be found on the tennis court or in the outdoors for a snowboard or mountainbike trip.
Stefanos has an MSc in Physics and did his thesis on Travelling Wave Parametric Amplifiers at TNO and the Steelelab in Delft. After spending a day in the cleanroom, he enjoys hanging out with his friends in a Lounge.
Sophie has an MSc in Applied Physics with a focus on subatomic physics and scattering phenomena. During her master, she worked part-time for a non-profit strategy consultancy and taught Latin and physics to high-school students. During the day she uses her creativity and strategical thinking for QuantWare's intellectual property. Outside of work she loves applying these skills in the kitchen or reading a good book.
After successfully completing his master thesis on microwave circuit design in the field of topological quantum computing, Daan pursued the need for cryogenic methods of signal amplification at Microsoft. Combined with two years of cleanroom experience, the design of these electronics allows his passion for physics to create the future.
Sergiy has a PhD in Theoretical Nuclear Physics and has over 10 years experience in nanofabrication of qubits, single-photon detectors and solar cells. Besides having fun with the fabrication of quantum chips, he enjoys outdoor climbing, mountaineering, trekking and trailrunning.
Habib has an MSc in Physics and did his thesis at the Charged Particle Optics group of the TU Delft. During his thesis, he designed a Multi-Electron Beam Energy Analyzer. This analyzer will be used to characterize electron beams in future Multi-Beam Electron Microscopes. Outside of work he likes to visit family and friends, reading, gaming and exercising. He is an open minded person and likes to learn about different cultures and religions.
Carel has been working on micro- and nano engineering in the field of charged particle physics for over 20 years and is now applying his cleanroom skills for the assembly of QW QPUs. His hobbies and former jobs range from running a meat-trading company, paragliding, welding and driving trucks and buses to learning new languages on long motorcycle trips through the desert.
After working for years in marketing, office and event management at several companies, Andrea is now working on making things run smoothly at the office of QuantWare in a creative and enthusiastic manner. When not in the QuantWare office, she loves to travel and learn all about foreign cultures.
After finishing his master thesis on noise-protected superconducting qubits at QuTech, Roald joined Quantware to pursue his interest in quantum computing further. Besides designing and simulating quantum processors, he enjoys playing chess, go for a run or play squash
Sasha is finishing of his Master thesis on designing and implementing novel superconducting qubits beyond the transmon. By understanding what makes a good qubit, he aims to make the perfect design. Outside physics, Sasha loves to create new flavours in the kitchen and get some jumps in on the ski-slopes.
Christos has an MSc in Nanotechnology and has worked at DiCarlo group at QuTech on the fabrication and characterization of superconducting quantum processors. When he is not in the cleanroom, he enjoys playing basketball outdoors and sailing with friends.
Marios has an MSc in Applied Physics and did his thesis on the limitations of noisy quantum devices in the Terhal group of QuTech. During his internship at QuantWare, he worked on the design and simulation of application-specific algorithms for near-term superconducting QPUs. Now as a full-time design engineer, he is using this knowledge to better design application-specific QPUs. Outside of work, he enjoys making music or playing the bass
Wouter has an MSc degree in Physics and graduated on impedance engineered Josephson parametric amplifiers. Before QuantWare, he was on the board of a non-profit consulting firm and taught mathematics to high-school students. Besides amplifiers, he loves to go for a run or head to the gym.
During the first 10 years of Remko's working life he gained experience in several finance related roles at large corporates. After that, he moved towards the world of tech scale ups where he was CFO of Ohpen (fintech) for six years and later on at Plotwise (logistic tech, 3 years). The major developments in the field of quantum computing also caught his attention so he is very happy to help QuantWare in the areas of Finance, Legal and whatever comes across. After work he enjoys his family or one of his favorite sports.
Arno will soon defend his PhD in experimental quantum physics, to be obtained at the Kouwenhoven group at QuTech. There he worked on hybrid qubits based on superconductor-semiconductor nanostructures. Now he is leading QuantWare’s characterization effort. When he is not measuring and verifying QPU’s and amplifiers, he likes to spend his time cooking and fencing.
Celeke has an MSc in Applied Physics and joined QuantWare as the team lead of 3D architectures and packaging after a successful internship. During her masters, she worked part-time for a non-profit strategy consultancy and taught physics to high-school students. After a day of engineering, she plays a game of badminton, listens to an interesting podcast or reads a good book.
To find out which branch within quantum computing appeals to him the most, Erik wanted to start the second year of his master's in Applied Physics with an internship. In return, he hopes to help Quantware with his knowledge of data structuring and analysis. After work, Erik enjoys getting even better at Python and playing the saxophone
After finishing his BSc in Engineering Physics with an internship at QuantWare, Nils decided to stay with the company as a Measurement Engineer, working on characterization and automation. When he is not in the lab or busy programming, he enjoys fencing, playing guitar and board games with friends
David is in the middle of his MSc Applied Physics at the TU Delft. At QuantWare, he focuses on the strategy and sales of the Amplifier team. Last year he divided his time between studying and running a student deployment agency with two friends. In his free time, David enjoys exercising, reading a book and going on city trips
Joshua is a third-year student Applied Physics in The Hague, who is especially interested in the fields of material science and quantum computing. If he not trying to make everything work in the lab, he is doing (Olympic) weightlifting and trying out all kinds of different food.
Floris has a background in quantum physics where he specialized in designing and simulating superconducting qubits. Before joining QuantWare, Floris was the Chief Engineer of a non-profit team focused on producing a hyper-efficient hydrogen car, with which they won the Hydrogen Endurance race in 2020. As the Design Team Lead at QuantWare, he works on scaling the QPU architectures further by automating the design with his knowledge in systems engineering. When he's not in the office, he can be spotted playing chess, bouldering, or doing cross-fit
Having gained hands-on experience as a mechanical technician and now with a bachelor in Applied Physics, Gabriel intends to apply his combined expertise to further the development of the current fabrication process at Quantware. Besides enjoying his job, he loves spending time with his son and wife, cooking international foods, exercising, reading, playing guitar or just being creative. The next thing on his mind would be the contemplation on the how's and why's about life.
Alessandro has a PhD in physics and has worked for over 10 years on the development of innovative superconducting device and circuits for quantum applications. Before joining QuantWare he was an associated professor at the University of Glasgow. Out of the quantum world, he loves cycling, listening and playing music, and enjoying good food.
Jim Piek has just finished his bachelor in Applied Physics at the Hague University with an internship at QuantWare and is about to start with the Pre-Master Applied Physics at the TU Delft. Next to this he wants to delve further into the world of quantum with his master and what better place to learn all about quantum than at QuantWare!
In his spare time, he likes music and hanging out with friends and family.
Pepijn has a double MSc in Applied Physics and Management of Technology from the TUDelft. As part of his graduation, he investigated alliance strategy in the quantum computing market together with QuantWare, where he now continues working as a partnership manager. Besides his studies, he is an avid rock climber and he has a cooking club to share his passion for good food.
Gianluca obtained a PhD in fabrication of crystalline silicon solar cells in 2019. Since then, he worked as a postdoc researcher at TU Delft until March 2023. With 8+ years cleanroom experience, his ambition is to apply his knowledge to QuantWare devices. When not thinking about fabrication of those QuantWare devices, he enjoys cooking for friends and family, playing football and (sometimes) going for a long racing bicycle ride.
Tijmen has an MSc in Applied Physics with a focus on quantum physics. Between his studies, he took a gap year to work as the Chief Engineer of Eco-Runner Team Delft, with the goal of building a highly efficient hydrogen-powered vehicle. As a technical business developer, he uses his (non-)physics experience to form a bridge between the engineering and commercial activities of QuantWare. In his free time, he likes to go for walks, play hockey, cycle and sail.
Ceasar has a PhD in computer science with focus on AI/ML, Quantum Algorithms Optimization, and Algorithmic game theory. Before QuantWare, he worked for ETS AI Labs as an AI Engineer. After 5pm, he is normally at darkly lit bars laughing about the zen of life
Apilena has worked as a technician at the TU Delft Biotechnology department since 2003 and has joined QuantWare as Lab Operations Manager in April 2023. She has always worked in the microbiological labs, it's different from QuantWare but it's good for challenges. In her spare time she does a lot of voluntary work in The Hague and also loves to watch her son's basketball game.
Iris has been working as a People professional for over 10 years, mostly within (international) tech scale ups. Her aim is to help people develop and flourish, building successful teams that bring organizations to the next level. She likes to start her day with a run while listening to a podcast, especially if it’s about innovative or unconventional approaches to HR. In her free time she enjoys oil painting, exploring cities, and discovering new restaurants with friends.
Jim has a PhD in Microwave Engineering and 25 years’ experience in RF design and measurement, from hundreds of MHz to hundreds of GHz, from pW to kW,
from component to antenna and sub-system. He is the main author of four granted patents and four pending patents. He likes challenges and wanted to take
part in this new “quantum revolution”. Apart from swimming and leisure biking, he enjoys going out with family and friends.
After finishing his Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering, Toon is now working on his MSc in Materials Science and Engineering. When he is not busy studying or his internship at QuantWare he is bouldering, drawing or looking for new hobbies to try!
Ysalis has an Msc in mechanics and robotics with a specialization in non rigid robots - soft robot, continuous robot, etc. Before QuantWare, she was building robots for greenhouses. Outside of her job, she loves to think on mixing electronics and fashion, playing violin and practising martial arts
Lennart studied Applied Physics at the University of Twente with a focus on numerical simulations. His experience with software engineering at ASML and fascination for quantum computing has brought him to QuantWare. When he is not behind his computer he likes to go for a run, play the piano and visit old cities
Thijs has a PhD in Quantum computing in the group of Leo DiCarlo at QuTech in Delft on the topic of flux noise in a magnetic field. During his PhD he worked in the cleanroom on the fabrication of nanowire transmons, troubleshooting dilution refrigerators and measuring superconducting qubits. Now he designs the next generation of quantum processors. In his free time he likes playing football and watching sports.
QuantWare offers a super fast-moving environment and unlimited growth opportunities, and a competitive salary with equity compensation.
Female candidates are encouraged to apply.