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Yukinori Sato is an Associate Professor at Toyohashi University of Technology in Japan. His research interests lie in the broad area of computer system architecture, reconfigurable computing, high performance computing, software and tools for them. He has been working on developing productive software tool chains for run-time application analysis, parallelism discovery and performance tuning. He received the Ph.D. degree on Information Sciences from Tohoku University. From 2006, he engaged in software engineering for multicore systems and system design of embedded devices in a start-up company. He was an Assistant Professor at Japan Advanced Institute of Technology from 2007 to 2015, and Specially Appointed Associate Professor (Lecturer) at Tokyo Institute of Technology from 2015 to 2018. From April 2018, he joined Toyohashi University of Technology and leads “Computer Systems and Performance Engineering Lab”. He is a member of the IEEE Computer Society, the ACM, the IEICE and the Information Processing Society of Japan.
Programming for the Large
- Author of Exana: An Execution-driven Application Analysis Tool for Assisting Productive Performance Tuning within the SEPS-track
- Organizing Committe in Organizing Committee within the SEPS-track
- Session Chair of Modeling and techniques for parallel software (part of SEPS)
- Author of Investigating Potential Performance Benefits of Memory Layout Optimization based on Roofline Model within the SEPS-track