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Masanori Nunami is an associate professor at the Fusion Theory and Simulation Research Division in NIFS. He received his Ph.D. degree in 2004 from Kanazawa University. He has wide research experiences in elementary particle physics, plasma physics and computational science, and his recent research about adaptive mesh algorithms attain a successful progress in the field of computational fluid dynamics. His researches in NIFS are centered on the analysis of turbulent transport in helical plasmas, where high performance computing is necessary to resolve its three-dimensional magnetic configurations.
ACM Student Research Competition
P17: Fully Non-Blocking Communication-Computation Overlap Using Assistant Cores toward Exascale Computing