Preface – This post is part of the Salary series.
A fast-developing technology called quantum computing uses the principles of quantum physics to solve issues that are too complicated for conventional computers. Engineers and researchers mostly use supercomputers for resolving challenging tasks. These enormous classical computers frequently have thousands of cores for both the CPU and GPU. However, some types of issues are complex for even supercomputers to solve.
When a supercomputer struggles, it’s often due to the sizeable classical machine given a challenging problem. Complexity is commonly to blame for the failure of traditional computers. Multiple variables that interact in intricate ways are considered complex issues. Because there are so many different electrons interacting with one another, modeling the behavior of individual atoms in a molecule is a challenging task. It is difficult to determine the best paths for a few 100 tankers in a vast transportation network.
- Taking the helm of projects that support the team’s and the company’s expansion.
- Engaging and working with other teams to improve synergy and offer new development opportunities.
- Managing and guiding the project’s resources.
- Coordinate the teams’ interactions and project delivery.
- Explore novel analytic techniques as soon as possible, then assess their practical and commercial feasibility.
- Build solid evidence and prototype models during sprint cycles to demonstrate and present to data scientists, internal stakeholders, and clients.
- Try things out, fail rapidly, and learn to tell when you need help versus when technology isn’t right for the job.
Due to their ability to test multiple solutions at once, quantum computers are substantially faster than traditional computers at solving problems. They aid in the resolution of intractable issues.
Due to this, quantum computing is the ideal technology to drive artificial intelligence. AI systems need a lot of computational capacity to handle the large volumes of data they process. For AI to fully realize its potential, quantum computers can supply that power. Hence the technology holds good future scope.
Salary of a Quantum Computing Engineer in India (INR)
|Junior Developer||11 LPA|
|Senior Developer||26.8 LPA|
Salary of a Quantum Computing Engineer in Singapore (SGD)
|Junior Developer||125K PA|
|Senior Developer||160K PA|
Salary of a Quantum Computing Engineer in the USA (USD)
|Junior Developer||140K PA|
|Senior Developer||199K PA|
Salary of a Quantum Computing Engineer in Britain (GBP)
|Junior Developer||99K PA|
|Senior Developer||125K PA|
Salary of a Quantum Computing Engineer in Europe (EURO)
|Junior Developer||140K PA|
|Senior Developer||170K PA|
Salary of a Quantum Computing Engineer in Australia (AUD)
|Junior Developer||138K PA|
|Senior Developer||10K PA|
Note: Here, PA stands for Per Annum, i.e., Annual Income.