Kei Yazawa
20212023

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Personal Profile

Kei Yazawa (he/him/his) is a postdoctoral researcher at NREL focusing on material development for electronic devices such as solid-state detectors, superconducting quantum circuits, and ferroelectric/piezoelectric devices. He has a doctorate in materials engineering from Purdue University. Throughout his professional career, he has dedicated himself to synthesis and characterization of inorganic thin films: as a postdoc at Colorado School of Mines, a research assistant at Purdue University, and an R&D engineer at Panasonic

Research Interests

Neutron detecting material and device development

Material development for superconducting quantum circuits

Wurtzite ferroelectric material development

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral Researcher, Colorado School of Mines (2020–2021)

R&D Engineer, Panasonic Corporation (2010–2016)

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Materials Engineering, Purdue University

Bachelor, Chemistry, Sophia University

Master, Materials Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology

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