Thomas A. Ohki

Physicist, Group Leader of BBN Quantum Engineering and Computing

Raytheon BBN Technologies

Ph.D., physics with focus on quantum optics and superconducting quantum computing

Group lead of Quantum Engineering and Computing at Raytheon BBN Technologies which is focused on development and applications of superconducting devices for quantum information, microwave systems and beyond CMOS digital technologies. Active research areas include superconducting quantum and classical computing, as well as superconducting devices hybridized with spintronic and 2-D materials. He has built a world class quantum computing research laboratory in Cambridge Massachusetts and superconducting device fabrication capabilities at Raytheon.