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FPGA Developer

FPGA Developer
by vmksthhde on 05-16-2024 at 2:34 am


– Development and implementation of digital circuit designs to support photonic computing systems into FPGA
– Collaboration with the hardware and software teams to understand and implement the requirements of our digital circuits
– Designing and testing of VHDL or Verilog code for FPGA implementation of high speed digital interfaces and data processing for our photonic quantum computers
– Integration of FPGA designs into existing photonic/quantum computing hardware platforms
– Conducting simulations and verifications of FPGA implementations
– Optimization of FPGA designs for performance, speed, and resource utilization
– Documentation of FPGA designs and implementation processes


– Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field
– Strong knowledge and experience in digital circuit designs, high speed interfaces and data processing
– Experience with VHDL or Verilog and common FPGA development tools
– Good team and communication skills
– Ability to work in an agile development environment
– Good English language skills, both written and spoken


Who we are and what we do

Q.ANT is a high-tech startup driving and industrialising photonic quantum technology, pushing the borders to new fields of application and processes. The company was founded in 2018 and is part of the TRUMPF Group. Q.ANT develops quantum sensors and photonic chips and processors for quantum computing based on its Quantum Photonic Framework. Focusing on its four product lines of Photonic Computing, Particle Metrology, Atomic Gyroscopes and Magnetic Sensing, the company engages with a broad array of industries and applications ranging all the way from medical technology and autonomous vehicles to aerospace, machinery, and the process industry. Q.ANT employs more than 90 people at its site in Stuttgart/Southern Germany.

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