Apply for VTT's Opportunities in Microelectronics and Quantum Technologies


Are you interested in working with Microelectronics and Quantum technologies at VTT? 

VTT is one of the leading research organizations in Europe and we are operating the largest R&D cleanroom in the Nordic countries, located in Micronova premises, Espoo. We develop innovative enabling technologies and apply them to practical micro- and nanosystems. We work closely with global players in the microelectronics field, including demanding industrial partners. Currently, VTT microelectronics and quantum team is building Finland’s first quantum computer together with IQM that will be available for quantum algorithm development. What unites us at VTT are the curiosity, passion of learning and devotion to finding solutions to global challenges and answers to our customers’ needs. You can familiarize with us further by exploring VTT’s research infra through VTT World.


Due to our continual growth, we are constantly seeking new talents in microelectronics and quantum technologies to join our team. If you are interested in joining VTT,  find below information about our current job openings in the area. We warmly encourage you to apply if you spot a position that might be suitable for your background and interests!  You can also send an open application for our Microelectronics and Quantum technology opportunities by scrolling down the page to be considered for the future job opportunities in the area. Please see the job specific application deadlines in the job ads below. 


Are you an international talent looking for a new opportunity? Read more about the benefits of living and working in Finland as well as VTT's support for relocation of the new employees!


Do you want to know more about Microelectronics and Quantum Technologies at VTT?



VTT has always been an innovator in the field of microelectronics. We have been early pioneers in using our knowledge to create novel Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), photonic, quantum and other specialty components that can be used to create a wide range of sensors and devices. We have a rich history designing innovative RF components for the mobile telecommunications from the early days of the industry. Today we have a leading position providing photonic components that are used in the world’s fastest optical switches in data centers.

Quantum technology will revolutionise many industrial sectors, and will already begin spawning new, nationally significant business and research opportunities over the next few years. Our work in the emerging fields of quantum technology and 2D materials continues the tradition of being at the leading edge of micro and nano-electronic component development. VTT is a member of leading European research projects (OpenSuperQQMiCS) as well as national initiatives (e.g. Quantum Technology Finland). We master and mix superconducting, photonic, and semiconducting technology platforms and our goal is to become a leading foundry to produce quantum chips and to provide the full spectrum of quantum services including quantum computing and its practical use cases. 


Want to know more about how it is like to work at VTT? Get to know our Team Leader Marko's path at VTT, Research Trainee (nowadays Research Scientist) Lassi Lehtisyrjä's and Research Trainee Alexander's experiences from working in Quantum team. We also recommend you to watch the video below about VTT's work to tackle the biggest global challenges.




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VTT is a visionary research, development and innovation partner. We drive sustainable growth and tackle the biggest global challenges of our time and turn them into growth opportunities. We go beyond the obvious to help the society and companies to grow through technological innovations. We have over 75 years of experience of top-level research and science-based results. VTT´s turnover and other operating income is 258 M€. VTT is at the sweet spot where innovation and business come together.

VTT – beyond the obvious.

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