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Toshiya Takami Last modified date:2015.3.11

Associate Professor / Interdisciplinary Computational Science Section / Research Institute for Information Technology


Presentations
1. T. Takami,Temporal Parallel Approach to Configure Multiscale Simulations for Complex Phenomena,5th AICS International Symposium,2014.12.08.
2. T. Takami,ACP (Advanced Communication Primitives) Middle Layer,JST CREST International Simposium on Post Petascale System Software,2014.12.02,[URL].
3. Toshiya Takami, Michiko Shimokawa, Taizo Kobayashi,Temporal Parallel Approach to Nonlinear Problems With Multiple Time-scales,XXXIV Dynamics Days Europe,2014.09.08,[URL].
4. T. Takami,Identity Parareal Method and Its Performance,3rd Workshop on Parallel-in-Time Integration,2014.05.26.
5. T. Takami,Identity Parareal for Time-evolution Problems,4th AICS International Symposium,2013.12.02.
6. Toshiya Takami, Daiki Fukudome,An Efficient Pipelined Implementation of Space-Time Parallel Applications,International Conference on Parallel Computing (ParCo 2013),2013.09.11,[URL].
7. Toshiya Takami, Daiki Fukudome,A simple implementation of parareal-in-time on a parallel bucket-brigade interface,10th International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics (PPAM2013),2013.09.09,[URL].
8. Toshiya Takami, Michiko Shimokawa, Hiroshi Fujisaki, Taizo Kobayashi,Random Aggregation Models and Simulations for Coffee Fractals on Milk,XXV IUPAP International Conference on Statistical Physics (Statphys25),2013.07.25,[URL].
9. Toshiya Takami, Hiroshi Fujisaki,Optimal control of nonlinear dynamics: Quantum-classical correspondence,XXXIII Dynamics Days Europe,2013.06.07,[URL].
10. Time-Domain Parallelism and Its Applications.
11. Evaluation of Magneto-Hydro-Dynamic Simulation on Three Types of Scalar Massively Parallel Computers, K. Fukazawa, T. Nanri, and T. Takami, SC12, Technical Poster Presentation (Salt Lake City, UT., Nov. 2012).,[URL].
12. Toshiya Takami, Michiko Shimokawa, Hiroshi Fujisaki, Taizo Kobayashi,Particle Simulations to Create Coffee Patterns on Milk,Dynamics Days Asia/Pacific 2012,2012.08.07,[URL].
13. Dependent Iterations in Scientific Calculations Parallelized by the Parareal-in-Time Algorithm, T. Takami, International Conference on Scientific Computing (CSC'12), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 2012.07,[URL].
14. Coffee Patterns Generated by Slow Dynamics, T. Takami, M. Shimokawa, H. Fujisaki, and T. Kobayashi, DDEU2011, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany, 2011.09,[URL].
15. Parareal Acceleration of Matrix Multiplication, T. Takami and A. Nishida, ParCo2011, Ghent, Belgium, 2011.09.,[URL].
16. Toshiya Takami, Hiroshi Fujisaki,Controllability of Quantum States by a Weak External Field,Dynamics Days Europe 2010,2010.09.07,[URL].
17. Deformation and Separation Dynamics of a Coffee Droplet in Milk, T. Takami, M. Shimokawa, H. Fujisaki, and T. Kobayashi, DDAP6, Sydney, 2010.07,[URL].
18. RPC/MPI Hybrid Implementation of OpenFMO, Y. Inadomi, T. Takami, J. Maki, T. Kobayashi, and M. Aoyagi, ParCo09, Lyon, 2009.09,[URL].
19. Multi-physics Description and Hierarchical Structures of Molecular Systems, T. Takami, T. Kobayashi, Y. Yamamoto, and M. Aoyagi, DDAP5, Nara, 2008.09,[URL].
20. Controllability and dynamics of generic quantum states driven by an external field, T. Takami and H. Fujisaki, DDAP5, Nara, 2008.09,[URL].
21. Hierarchical Management System of Grid and Scientific Calculation, T. Kobayashi, R. Mibu, J. Ooba, T. Takami, J. Maki, and M. Aoyagi, 2P-CC12, 1st International Conference of the Grand Challenge to Next-Generation Integrated Nanoscience, Tokyo, 2008.06,[URL].
22. Multi-Physics Scientific Simulations on OpenFMO Framework, T. Takami, J. Maki, J. Ooba, Y. Inadomi, H. Honda, R. Susukita, K. Inoue, T. Kobayashi, and M. Aoyagi, 2P-CC13, 1st International Conference of the Grand Challenge to Next-Generation Integrated Nanoscience, Tokyo, 2008.06,[URL].
23. Multi-physics Extension of OpenFMO Framework, T. Takami, J. Maki, J. Ooba, Y. Inadomi, H. Honda, R. Susukita, K. Inoue, T. Kobayashi, R. Nogita, and M. Aoyagi, ICCMSE07, Corfu, Greece, 2007.09,[URL].
24. Analytic approach for controlling realistic quantum chaotic systems, T. Takami and H. Fujisaki, ICCMSE07, Corfu, Greece, 2007.09,[URL].
25. Open-architecture Implementation of Fragment Molecular Orbital Method for Peta-scale Computing, T. Takami, J. Maki, J. Ooba, Y. Inadomi, H. Honda, T. Kobayashi, R. Nogita, and M. Aoyagi, HPCNano06, Tampa, FL., 2006.11,[URL].
26. Steering Quantum States in Banded Random-Matrix Systems, Toshiya Takami and Hiroshi Fujisaki, PS–A3, QMC2006, Osaka City University, Osaka, 2006.09,[URL].
27. Variational Construction of 3D-RISM/SCF Coupled Simulation and its Application to Structural Optimization by Free Energy, T. Takami, J. Maki, J. Ooba, H. Watanabe, R. Nogita, R. Takano, and M. Aoyagi, ICQC2006, Kyoto, 2006.05,[URL].
28. Free Energy Gradient in 3D-RISM/SCF and its Application to Exploring Hydration Structure of Large Molecule, T. Takami, J. Maki, H. Watanabe, J. Ooba, and M. Aoyagi, NAREGI International Nanoscience Conference, Nara, 2005.06,[URL].
29. Approach for Controlling Nano-scale Quantum Systems, T. Takami and H. Fujisaki, International Workshop on QND-QM/MS, Kyoto, 2004.12,[URL].
30. The role of stochasticity in controlling quantum systems, T. Takami, H. Fujisaki, and T. Miyadera, YITP International Symposium "Geometrical Structures of Phase Space in Multi-dimensional Chaos", Kyoto, 2003.10,[URL].
31. Optimal Control of Random Matrix Systems with a Parameter, T. Takami and H. Fujisaki, JST International Symposium "Control of Molecules in Intense Laser Fields", Tokyo, 2002.09.
32. Quantum Classical Correspondence in Nonintegrable Systems with Continuous Parameter, Toshiya Takami, The 5th Yukawa International Seminar "Quantum and Chaos, How Incompatible?", Kyoto, 1993.09.