I run CARAS
group at Tokyo Tech where we study computer architecture and computer security. Specifically, we work on improving the security of next generation computing devices and systems by enhancing computer architecture and system software. We also develop reliable and energy-efficient computing systems, and perform workload and system characterization to understand emerging applications.
Before joining Tokyo Tech, I was at Columbia University. Before that I was a visiting research scientist at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. I also did my postdoc at Kyushu University and The University of Tokyo. Even before that, I earned my PhD at The University of Tokyo.