Join the varsity team of super-geeks, in our own schoolhouse! We're a group of dedicated people who love to get the job done. We've spent over fifteen years building in-house capabilities and products that help our users achieve their goals or delight their clients.
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Quantum Signal is a Limited Liability Company launched in 1999 by its co-founders, Dr. William J. Williams and Dr. Mitchell M. Rohde, as a spin-off of the University of Michigan College of Engineering. Long before Big Data and AI became the rage, they built Quantum Signal with the notion that creating and applying intelligent algorithms to extract useful information from noisy data could change the way many industries operate. And as the last twenty years have shown, they weren't wrong: the entire world has embraced algorithms and what they can do to make life better.
We work hard and we play hard, and it's paying off. Quantum Signal is always looking for highly motivated and intelligent individuals to be part of our growing team. All job positions are located at Quantum Signal HQ in Saline, MI. We offer a competitive salary with potential for bonuses, generous benefits, flexible hours, fun and relaxed environment, casual dress code, the opportunity to learn new technologies and work on really cool projects, and much more. Benefits include health, dental, short and long term disability, life, 401k, and more.
To seek the Holy Grail. And to work with robots, obviously. But in all seriousness, our products have been developed to support the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, the Department of State, the US Secret Service and to propel autonomous vehicles forward (sometimes literally). Our simulation programs help to keep soldiers safe, and that makes us walk a little taller at the end of the day.
Our corporate culture is all about inspiring that next big idea! Join an informal volleyball game in the gym for lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Talk over the latest project while playing Ping Pong. Enjoy a company lunch once a month, support community events, and best of all, vintage arcade game tournaments!
We're located in Saline, MI in the original Saline high school building. Downtown Saline is less than a block away with restaurants and small-town charm. Think Ann Arbor, but with on-site parking!
Our game lounge and hallways are stocked with plenty of unique, fun arcade goodness from the 1930s through the 1990s. They don’t always work, but when they do it’s absolutely Back to the Future. Getting’ it on like Donkey Kong...
Salt Springs Brewery in Saline is a favorite amongst our staff, and located in an antique church. Few know that QS actually considered purchasing the building long before it was renovated into the awesome brewpub it is today. We are very happy things turned out the way they did – they make the beer at the Church of Hops, we do the engineering at the School of Code!
QS is a 1999 spin-off of the University of Michigan College of Engineering. Don’t worry, though – there’s no rivalry at Quantum. MSU fans and graduates are welcome, and we mostly try not to put their desks in the basement torture chamber. Mostly.
QS fielded two outstanding teams at the most recent Saline Celtic Festival Mastodon Challenge! Is there’s any question as to whether we’re hard-core or not, consider this: Bill Meabrod, one of our esteemed coders, did it barefoot using his self-described “Hobbit Feet” on the entire mission.
Each year QS hosts a Halloween costume contest, and few can resist to throw in their hat. At a recent one, CEO Mitch Rohde rocked his Tron costume – showing both his dorkiness and vintage all in one disturbing swoop! End of line.
Working out the kinks in vehicle teleoperation can be fun; from a safe distance of course!
Weekly volleyball matches get pretty intense at Quantum Signal. The gym is regulation, the players not-so-much. It’s like the volleyball scene from Top Gun, minus the sand and plus the C++ experience level...
QS doesn’t just keep soldiers safe – we’re also single-handedly responsible for the return of waffle fries at Dan's Downtown Tavern, one of our favorite lunch spots. Now, about those curly fries...
Sometimes it's a trip to Cedar Point, other times a t-shirt and BBQ lunch, and still other times an engineering-grade sheetcake. Don't worry, we make management eat the non-chocolate parts.
QS' co-founder, Dr. William J. Williams, is named after a famous figure in Scottish history. He is also a distant cousin of Bob Evans, of restaurant fame!
QS has built a variety of virtual animals for M&S environments, including a friendly goat with an accurate gate and simulated hoof forces. Yes, we were contracted to do it. Yes, we will tell you the story if you buy us a beer...
"What are you milling Kevin?" - "A girlfriend. She'll be perfect."
Back in 1931, this facility housed the finest Saline athletes. Today, it houses the finest Saline MATHLETES!
James Walker, our in-house Robot Whisperer, once emerged victorious from a Wendy’s "Meat Cube" challenge. Hard-core coding, hard core burger consumption – that’s the QS way.
Dan Rice, QS Quality Assurance Maestro and all around cool dude, majored in philosophy and once wrote a paper on Aristotle's Philosophy of Mind! His tickets are more Socrates than Nietzsche, though.
We figure being nice to the 'bots now will help ingratiate us with our future robot overlords.
In 2014/2015 QS built and released a little game called "Rustbucket Rumble" – a casual multi-robot mash-em-up craze-fest. It had a fanbase, but didn’t make it big enough to warrant a sequel. Still, we miss those little critters...
We'll assume this was a comment on the political situation and not our codebase….