About

December 30, 2017 (Updated on: June 5, 2019)

I am an assistant professor at Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST), where I am a member of the Software Design and Analysis Laboratory. I also serve as a guest faculty at Cybermedia Center, Osaka University.

I received my Ph.D. in Information Science in 2019 at Osaka University, where I worked under the supervision of Prof. Shinji Shimojo and Assoc. Prof. Susumu Date. Before starting my Ph.D. program, I received my Master’s degree in Information Science and Bachelor’s degree in Electronic and Information Engineering at Osaka University.

My research mainly focuses on middleware for high-performance computing. In particular, I study how to create software for efficiently moving data inside a compute node, between compute nodes and from/to persistent storage on a large-scale high-performance computing system.

In addition to my academic work, I have been working as a professional software engineer. I have designed and developed a wide variety of software, including image analysis, signal processing, factory automation, desktop, and web applications. Open-source projects are listed here.