June 17-21, 2012

Hamburg, Germany

Dr. Motoi Okuda

Executive Architect, Technical Computing Solutions Unit, Fujitsu

Dr. Motoi Okuda is an Executive Architect in the Technical Computing Solutions Unit of Fujitsu Ltd. and the Assistant to the President of the Next Generation Technical Computing Unit at Fujitsu Ltd. His work experience includes development of computational science and engineering programs dealing with fluid dynamics nuclear code, crashworthiness, and molecular dynamics; he has also worked on planning, marketing, and support for high-performance computing and been the project leader of the Parallel Computing Center in Fujitsu Lab. He earned his Master of Nuclear Engineering degree at Nagoya University and his Ph.D. in Information Science from the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Ishikawa.

Contributions: Application Performance: Lessons Learned from Petascale Computing
Interaction among the Teams of Application & Platform Development in Supercomputing – From K Computer/FX10 to Future Exascale System
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