At Lightmatter, we aim to accelerate human advancement through computing. Progress in many fields is inextricably linked to the continued advancement of computational power. And while computational power has grown exponentially for decades, fundamental limits to continued scaling threaten to slow progress.
Academic & Industry Credentials
- Our team members publish in top journals including Nature, Science, Physical Review Letters, ISSCC, ISCA, and more
- Our team members have contributed to 100+ patents
- Matriculated at MIT, Harvard, Stanford, Cornell, Carnegie-Mellon, Purdue, University of Cambridge, University of Washington, Georgetown, and more
- Contributed to black hole simulation software for Academy Award winning movie Interstellar
- Contributed to or led 98 CPU/SOC unique tapeouts
- Contributed to or led 20 photonics tapeouts
Work wide & parallel
Working on hard problems, we have to go down many different paths quickly to find the right one.
People have opinions about what things work and what things don’t work. They’re not always right.
Let first principles guide you
Stand behind statements that you know are true and build something amazing.
Don't be defined by your job title
Many great ideas occur at the boundaries between disciplines.
Help build the environment you want to work in.
Take responsibility for your work
Everyone’s contributions are critical to the company’s success.
Boston, MA [HQ]
In the heart of Boston near the historic Faneuil Hall—minutes from all transportation hubs and an elevator ride away from some of the best restaurants.
Mountain View, CA
In the heart of Silicon Valley, home to a few small startups you may have heard of.
Put pre-tax dollars towards your daily commute.
Spend time together and build friendships.
Learn from your peers and teach them what you know across electronics, photonics, machine learning, and more.
Find inspiration away from work with a generous vacation policy and holidays.
Save for your future.