Yamamoto's current research interests are in the areas of quantum information, quantum optics, and mesoscopic physics such as squeezed states, quantum nondemolition measurements, cavity quantum electrodynamics, quantum computers, and mesoscopic electron transport and tunneling.
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|Generation and manipulation of nonclassical light using photonic crystals||Vuckovic, J; Englund, D; Fattal, D; Waks, E; Yamamoto, Y||Physica E: Low-Dimensional Systems and Nanostructures||05-2006|
|Generation and manipulation of nonclassical light using photonic crystals||Yamamoto, Y, et. al.||Physica E||05-2006|
|Coherent population trapping of electron spins in a high-purity n-type GaAs semiconductor||Yamamoto, Y, et. al.||Physical Review Letters||10-2005|
Awarded Medal with Purple Ribbon by the Emperor of Japan, 2005