LQC Open Positions

We are hiring!

The Laboratory for Physical Sciences, located at the University of Maryland-College Park, is a unique organization where university, industry, and federal government scientists collaborate on research in advanced computer, sensing, and networking technologies. Working at LPS can take the form of government, UMD, and industry positions at multiple skill levels. See below for current opportunities.

Inquire about open positions at the LPS Qubit Collaboratory.

LPS Lead Researcher Positions (Government)

Detailed job descriptions. Please apply here. Feel free to Contact Us for more information.

Current open positions:

  • Lead Researcher(s)/Researcher(s), Experimental Physicist, Super|Semi Lab
  • Lead Researcher, Experimental Physicist, Quantum Sensing/Transduction Lab
  • Lead Researcher, Theoretical Physicist, Modeling/Simulation of Quantum Devices
  • Lead Researcher/Researcher, Experimental Physicist, Quantum Dot Qubits
  • Lead Researcher/Researcher, Experimental Physicist, Cryologic Lab
  • Lead Researcher/Researcher, Theoretical Physicist, Quantum Information and Device Physics
  • Lead Researcher/Researcher, Theoretical Physicist, Quantum Characterization, Verification, and Validation

Postdoctoral Positions

Graduate Fellowships

Undergraduate and High School Opportunities

Summer of Quantum

LPS SSQP Program Manager/Technical Lead Positions (Gov)

Multiple positions available on LPS Quantum Computing Program Management team. Please apply via: https://apply.intelligencecareers.gov/job-description/1156999

With a strong cadre of physicists and state-of-the-art research facilities, LPS has been at the forefront of basic and applied research in quantum information science, with an emphasis on computing for nearly a quarter century. Our mission also benefits from a strong collaborative relationship with the faculty, students, and staff of the University of Maryland. Leveraging this pool of talent and experience, LPS sponsors premier research groups, across the U.S. and around the world, to advance the state-of-the-art in qubit and supporting technologies. To learn more about LPS and our research activities, visit: https://www.lps.umd.edu/.