We are thrilled to welcome two new members to the team – their arrival comes at a hugely exciting time and marks a key point in the company’s history.
Our new digital hardware engineer, Mithun Saha is a graduate of the University of Bristol’s Masters in Communication Systems and Signal Processing, Mithun is an experienced engineer with a diverse range of skills and experiences developed in a wide range of industries. Highly skilled in FPGA/ASIC development for embedded systems design coupled with hands-on experience in systems integration, rapid prototyping and product development, he will play a crucial role in developing KETS’ technology and taking it to market. As a member of the KETS team, Mithun is looking forward to shaping the future for next generations, developing cutting-edge technologies and implementing them in our daily lives. Somehow, he also manages to find time for playing and watching sports, especially cricket and football, and keeping up to date with the latest technologies.
Our new integrated photonics engineer, Francesco Raffaelli recently completed his PhD at the Quantum Engineering Technology Labs, University of Bristol. During his PhD, Francesco led the development of the first homodyne detector integrated onto a silicon photonics chip to enable continuous-variable quantum information in integrated devices. He has since focused on the development of chip-based high-speed quantum random number generators for cryptographic applications. He’s going to be spending the next few months getting our QRNGs into shape.
We are currently looking for a high-speed analogue electronic engineer, business development manager and office administrator to join our growing team. Successful applicants will work closely with our founding team, business advisors, and our collaborators in academia and industry, and as part of the set-squared start-up community.