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Kenichi Ohno, Ph.D.
Dr. Kenichi Ohno is a senior process engineer in the Advanced Technology Group at Applied Materials, with a focus on process development for semiconductors and adjacent markets. He holds a Ph.D in materials science from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he developed a materials synthesis technique for quantum sensing and processing, and a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Tokyo, Japan.
Our recent Open Innovation Workshop brought together quantum technology leaders from across the ecosystem to identify key challenges in quantum information systems and explore opportunities for collaboration. The central theme that emerged from the day is that quantum is about so much more than computing; there are many applications in areas like sensing, metrology and communications encryption on the near-term horizon.