IEEE Computer Society 2018 President
Waseda University
・ Senior Executive Vice President
Professor, Dept. of Computer Sci. & Eng., Faculty of Science and Engineering
Director, Advanced Multicore Processor Research Institute
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List of Papers, Awards and Patents
 E-mail: kasahara_at_waseda_dot_jp (_at_: @, _dot_: .)

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Green Computing Systems R&D Center 501-503, 706

Brief personal history:

B.S.(1980, Waseda), M.S.(1982, Waseda),
Res. Assoc.(1983, Waseda),
Dr. Eng. (1985, Waseda),
Visiting Scholar (1985, Univ. California at Berkeley),
Assist. Prof.(1986, Waseda), Assoc. Prof.(1988, Waseda),
Visiting Research Scholar(1989-1990, Center for Supercomputing R & D, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign),
Prof.(1997, Waseda),
Director(2004, Advanced Multicore Processor Research Institute, Waseda),
IEEE Computer Society Board of Governor (2009-2014),
Visiting Prof.(2010.9.1 - 2011.8.31, Egypt Japan University for Science and Technology (E-JUST) ),
IPSJ Fellow (2015),
IEEE Fellow (2017),
IEEE Computer Society President Elect (2017),
Member of the Engineering Academy of Japan(2017)
Member of the Science Council of Japan(2017)
Professional member of the IEEE Eta Kappa Nu(IEEE-HKN) (2017)
IEEE Computer Society President (2018)
Senior Executive Vice President for Research and IT Promotion(2018~2020)
Senior Executive Vice President for Research (2020~)
Director of the Engineering Academy of Japan (2020〜)


Young Author Prize: IFAC Triennial World Congress(1987)
IPSJ Sakai Memorial Special Award (1997)
STARC (Semiconductor Technology Academic Research Center) Industry-Academia Cooperative Research Award (2005)
2008 LSI Of The Year The Second Prize (2008)
IEEE Computer Society Golden Core Member (2009)
Prizes for Science and Technology (Research), The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (2014)
IEEE Computer Society Fellow(2017)
IEEE Computer Society Spirit of the Computer Society Award (2019)
IPSJ Contribution Award (2020)

Research Key Words:

●Automatic Parallelizing and Power Reducing Compiler
●Super Computing
●Embedded Systems
●Multicore and Many Core with Vector Accelerator
●Green Computing
●Scheduling Algorithm
●Multi-platform Parallel API
●Application Parallelization
 ・Medical Image Processing
 ・Drinkable Capsule Inner Camera
 ・Automobile Engine Control, ADAS, Self-Driving
 ・New Materials
 ・Face Recognition
 ・Deep Learning

OSCAR : Optimally Scheduled Advanced Multiprocessor in 1986

OSCAR multicores: 4 core RP1 (2007) , 8 core RP2 (2008) and 15 core Heterogeneous RPX (2010) developed in NEDO Projects with Hitachi and Renesas