Clermont-Ferrand, Puy-de-Dôme, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France métropolitaine, 63000, France
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    Michelin
    Ingénieur Numéricien
    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
    Researcher
    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
    Postdoctoral Fellow
    APRIL 2004 – MARCH 2008 (AICHI, JAPAN)
    Same research in Next-Generation supercomputer project.

    EDUCATION
    Tokyo Institute of Technology
    PhD in Theoretical Chemistry
    APRIL 1999 – MARCH 2004 (TOKYO, JAPAN)
    Research in quantum dissipative system

    Skills
    bashCcmake/ctestCritical thinkingFortran 90gitHigh performance computingJenkinsLinuxMPINumerical analysisOpenMPPythonResearch in physicsTest driven developmentTutoring
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