SBQuantum has been hitting the news – take a look at some of the great things we have been up to.

SBQ – Top Heavy Industry Startup

September 7th, 2021|

SBQuantum is a Canadian startup that uses quantum magnetometry technology to provide inspection solutions for underground or undersea infrastructure. The solution exploits the quantum properties in nitrogen-vacancy diamonds for its sensor. This enables it to [...]

SBQ – Top Heavy Industry Startup

September 7th, 2021|

SBQuantum is a Canadian startup that uses quantum magnetometry technology to provide inspection solutions for underground or undersea infrastructure. The solution exploits the quantum properties in nitrogen-vacancy diamonds for its sensor. This enables it to [...]

Physicist/Engineer in magnetic metrology

September 21st, 2021|

You like mechanical design intertwined with thermal, physical and even... quantum constraints? You are interested by the rigor required to measure fraction of variation of the magnetic field? In close collaboration with our engineering team, [...]

Full stack Web developer

September 20th, 2021|

SBQuantum have several specialist products ranging from a cutting edge quantum sensor to state-of-the-art defence algorithms, but none of it works if users can not interact with it! As a full-stack developer, your job will [...]

Electrical circuit designer

September 20th, 2021|

Designing complex electrical circuit is your passion? In close collaboration with the engineering team, you will be in charge of designing the new version of the magnetometer’s control circuit. Multiples challenges are foreseen: this circuit [...]

SBQ – Top Heavy Industry Startup

September 7th, 2021|

SBQuantum is a Canadian startup that uses quantum magnetometry technology to provide inspection solutions for underground or undersea infrastructure. The solution exploits the quantum properties in nitrogen-vacancy diamonds for its sensor. This enables it to [...]

Want to know what quantum sensing can achieve? SBQuantum have been featured in Institut Quantique of Université de Sherbrooke annual report.

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