About the Candidate
APRIL 2018 – PRESENT (CLERMONT-FERRAND, FRANCE)
As a high performance computing developer, architected n-body simulation for entangled polymer-nanocomposite systems, adoptable to 40,000 cores environment.
Leads management of in-house code, which makes an idea realizable on code by physicist himself without deep knowledge on informatics. Gives a steep learning curve to the code and keeps simple code structure.
Designed the code with pseudo-flat MPI method for parallelism. It does not demand us to optimize in OpenMP and in SIMD simultaneously.
Nihon Michelin Tire, Co. Ltd.
Senior CAD & Simulation Engineer
APRIL 2010 – MARCH 2018 (GUNMA, JAPAN)
Tutored 50 Michelin internal engineers in Japan and China as a principal position of simulation mentor. Reviewed and commented on their FEM simulation result for the tire performance from the viewpoint of physics and numerics.
Troubleshooter for software/hardware issue. Worked together with the development team in France and system server management team in France/Japan.
Responsible for FEM simulation training sessions from beginner to advanced level. Covered all general subjects (FEM fundamental, CATIA v5, 2D/3D meshing, post-processing, …).
Next-Generation Supercomputer Project
APRIL 2006 – MARCH 2009 (SAITAMA, JAPAN)
Derived mathematical expression of time evolution of reduced density matrix for quantum entangle system in a harmonic bath.
Implemented the expression from scratch to observe it numerically. Evaluated its perturbation by Feynman diagram approach. The diagram is generated by algorithm.
Institute for Molecular Science
APRIL 2004 – MARCH 2008 (AICHI, JAPAN)
Same research in Next-Generation supercomputer project.
Tokyo Institute of Technology
PhD in Theoretical Chemistry
APRIL 1999 – MARCH 2004 (TOKYO, JAPAN)
Research in quantum dissipative system