Satoshi Matsuoka is he director of RIKEN R-CCS, the top-tier HPC center in Japan which operates the K Computer and will host its successor Supercomputer Fugaku, and he is a Specially Appointed Professor at Tokyo Tech since 2018. He had been a Full Professor at the Global Scientific Information and Computing Center (GSIC), Tokyo Institute of Technology, since 2000, where he has been the leader of the TSUBAME series of supercomputers that have won many accolades such as world #1 in power-efficient computing. Satoshi Matsuoka also leads various major supercomputing research projects in areas such as parallel algorithms and programming, resilience, green computing, and convergence of Big Data/AI with HPC. He has written over 500 articles, chaired numerous ACM/IEEE conferences, and has won many awards, such as the ACM Gordon Bell Prize in 2011 and the highly prestigious 2014 IEEE-CS Sidney Fernbach Memorial Award.
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