Susumu Date, Ph.D
CYBERMEDIA CENTER

Associate Professor since 2008. I received Ph.D. from Osaka University in 2002. I was Assistant Professor of the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology(IST) at Osaka University from 2002 to 2005. I also had worked as a visiting scholar in University of California, San Diego in 2005. From 2005 to 2008, I had worked on the internationalization of education in the Graduate School of IST as a Specially-Appointed Associate Professor.

PROJECT

We have been promoting research and development on resource management technology that treats processor, storage and network resources comprehensively, by regarding the interconnect of cluster system as dynamically controllable resource.   In particular, this study introduces Software Defined Networking (SDN),…【続きを読む】

Docking simulation investigates whether a chemical compound and a protein can be bonded or not. In practical situation, a number of combination of them are investigated. In this study, we aim to contribute to this scientific field as well as…【続きを読む】

Recently, the improvement of measurement devices and the advance of processor techology have been increasing data to be treated in the scientific research. This situation has been producing the increasing needs on viaualization technology that allows scientists to intuitively understand…【続きを読む】

By controlling the interconnect of a cluster system as a dynamically controllable resource, we have been promoting research on technology and technique for optimization and streamlining of inter-process communication occured during distributed and parallel computing. In particular, this study focuses…【続きを読む】

TOPICS
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