The WIQD Organizing Committee is always searching for new (voluntary) members. The committee aims to be a representation of a diverse group of women working in quantum computing. By joining the WIQD Organizing Committee you commit to be available for a few hours per month to join an enthusiastic committee on the organization of activities. Being a committee member means you are available for the monthly organizing committee meetings, and for WIQD events and conferences. You are enthusiastic about making WIQD a success, actively contribute to WIQD’s meetings, work in the field of quantum computing or technology yourself and/or have a genuine interest for women working in this field. If you are interested, please find more information on this page.

Open position(s)

Currently, we are looking for two new steering committee members. You can find more information about the position in the text below.


WIQD’s Steering Committee, currently existing of six members, is looking for two new Steering Committee members. WIQD envisions an inclusive quantum sector, where everyone feels that they belong. The actual organizing of WIQD’s events is done by the Organizing Committee (OC) under the guidance of WIQD’s Project Coordinator. As a member of the Steering Committee, you are closely involved in the development of WIQD’s strategy and future funding making sure WIQD runs smoothly on a high level. The Steering Committee meet on a quarterly basis. It would be an asset if you have experience in grant writing or Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

For more information, or to apply, please send your CV and motivation letter to Julia Cramer (Founder of WIQD) at For questions please e-mail Judith Kreukels (Project Coordinator WIQD) at

We welcome people of any gender identity or expression, race, ethnicity, size, nationality, sexual orientation, ability level, neurotype, religion, elder status, family structure, culture, subculture, political opinion, identity, and self-identification to apply.

What is WIQD?

WIQD (pronounced “wicked”) stands for Women in Quantum Development. By ‘women’ we refer to both women and other gender minorities, binary and non-binary. It is a professional network in the quantum sector in the Netherlands, including industry, academia and policy. WIQD aims to connect and retain women in the quantum sector in the Netherlands through support, networking, and community growth. To ultimately create an inclusive quantum sector in the Netherlands, where everyone feels that they belong.