Yasunobu Nakamura (Physicist) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth

is a Japanese physicist. He is a professor at the University of Tokyo’s Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) and the Principal Investigator of the Superconducting Quantum Electronics Research Group (SQERG) at the Center for Emergent Matter Science (CEMS) within RIKEN. He has contributed primarily to the area of quantum information science, particularly in superconducting quantum computing and hybrid quantum systems.

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Yasunobu Nakamura Wiki, Biography

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Age 53 years old
Birth Place Osaka, Japan[1]
Birth City Osaka
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Zodiac Sign Leo
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Also Known by the Full name Yasunobu Nakamura , is a Good physicist. He was born on , in Osaka, Japan[1]

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Yasunobu Nakamura Net Worth

Yasunobu Nakamura has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as physicist. Famously known as the physicist of Japan. He is seen as one of the most successful physicist of all times. Yasunobu Nakamura Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful Japanese physicist.

Yasunobu entered the career as physicist In his early life after completing his formal education..

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Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx
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As of 3 October 2016, the Japan Science and Technology Agency (科学技術振興機構) announced funding for Nakamura’s work through their Exploratory Research for Advanced Technology (ERATO) program. The project, entitled Macroscopic Quantum Machines, seeks to dramatically improve quantum state control technology to further the field of quantum computing. Of principal focus is the development of a highly scalable platform for implementing quantum information processing techniques, as well as the creation of hybrid quantum systems which interface with microwave quantum optics. In an article in Nikkei Science [ja] in 2018, it was announced that work towards the construction of a quantum computer with 100 superconducting qubits was underway. In 2019, the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology launched a quantum technology project known as QLEAP, with Nakamura as the team leader for the quantum information processing component. The project aims to develop superconducting quantum computers and other quantum technologies over a ten year period, by increasing collaboration between academia and industry.


In 2000, Nakamura was featured as a “Younger Scientist” by the Japan Society of Applied Physics for his work at NEC in “quantum-state control of nanoscale superconducting devices.” From 2001-2002, he visited the group of Hans Mooij [de] at TU Delft on a sabbatical from NEC, where he worked with Irinel Chiorescu, Kees Harmans, and Mooij to create the first flux qubit. In 2003, he was named one of MIT Technology Review’s top innovators under 35 years old, in which editors noted that “Nakamura and a collaborator got two qubits to interact in a manner that had been predicted but never demonstrated” at the time.


While a child, Nakamura’s family moved from Osaka to Hinode, Tokyo, where he would gain his early education. He obtained his Bachelor of Science (1990), Master of Science (1992), and Ph.D. (2011) degrees at the University of Tokyo. In 1999, as a researcher at NEC, Nakamura and collaborators Yuri Pashkin and Jaw-Shen Tsai demonstrated “electrical coherent control of a qubit in a solid-state electronic device” and in 2001 “realized the first measurement of the Rabi oscillations associated with the transition between two Josephson levels in the Cooper pair box” in a configuration developed by Michel Devoret and colleagues in 1998.

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