Yohichi Suzuki is a researcher at Keio Quantum Computing Center. He graduated Keio University with his B. Eng. and M. Eng., and received Ph. D. degree from Kyoto University in 2008, based on theoretical studies for nonlinear spectroscopy.
He worked at the Center for Theoretical Biological Physics located at UC San Diego as a postdoctoral fellow, engaged in researches for single-molecule rupture kinetics. Subsequently he moved to the University of Tokyo and AIST in 2013, and conducted researches for artificial photosynthesis using photocatalyst.
His current research interests are quantum computing, data science including artificial intelligence, and semiconductor photophysics.
He is a Project Associate Professor of the Graduate School of Science and Technology, Keio University.