Yutaka Ishikawa - Post-K and Arm HPC Ecosystem - Linaro Arm HPC Workshop Santa Clara 2018 Bio: "Yutaka Ishikawa is the project leader of developing the post K supercomputer. From 1987 to 2001, he was a member of AIST (former Electrotechnical Laboratory), METI. From 1993 to 2001, he was the chief of Parallel and Distributed System Software Laboratory at Real World Computing Partnership. He led development of cluster system software called SCore, which was used in several large PC cluster systems around 2004. From 2002 to 2014, he was a professor at the University Tokyo. He led a project to design a commodity-based supercomputer called T2K open supercomputer. As a result, three universities, Tsukuba, Tokyo, and Kyoto, obtained each supercomputer based on the specification in 2008. He was also involved with the design of the Oakleaf-PACS, the successor of T2K supercomputer in both Tsukuba and Tokyo, whose peak performance is 25PF." Session Title: Post-K and Arm HPC Ecosystem Session Description: "Post-K, a flagship supercomputer in Japan, is being developed by Riken and Fujitsu. It will be the first supercomputer with Armv8-A+SVE. This talk will give an overview of Post-K and how RIKEN and Fujitsu are currently working on software stack for an Arm architecture."