Who we are

Quantum Computing Inc. (QCi) (Nasdaq: QUBT) is an innovative, integrated photonics company that provides accessible and affordable quantum machines to the world today. QCi products are designed to operate room temperature and low power at an affordable cost. The Company’s portfolio of core technology and products offer unique capabilities in the areas of high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, cyber security as well as remote sensing applications.

Our in house expertise

We have a range of talent and capabilities across our team that makes us uniquely positioned to solve unique industry problems.

We are always looking to hire world class talent at all levels of experience. Join our team and add to this list

Quantum physics

Quantum optics

Hardware & electrical engineering


FPGA & embedded design

Mechanical engineering & product design

Quantum algorithm development

Firmware & software development

Intellectual property development

QCi’s intellectual property portfolio is an ever growing set of patents developed by our in house researchers either during their time at the Steven’s Institute of Technology, or while at QCi.

Method and apparatus for quantum measurement via mode matched photon conversion

Chip-integrated device and methods for generating random numbers that is reconfigurable and provides genuineness verification

Approaches, apparatuses and methods for lidar applications based on- mode-selective frequency conversion

Systems and methods for quantum-secured, private-preserving computations

Super ising emulator with multi-body interactions and all-to-all connections

Thin film lithium niobate foundry

We are building a first-of-its-kind chip fabrication facility optimized for Thin-Film Lithium Niobate (TFLN) device fabrication.

Our USA-based facility, located in Tempe, AZ, is outfitted for 150 mm wafer line with backend and optical packaging capabilities and is designed to produce passive or active thin film lithium niobate components and integrated circuits, including:

  • Electro-Optic Modulators (EOM)

  • Periodically Poled Structures

  • Photonic Integrated Circuits (PIC)