Contact Information

Hiroshi Inoue
Ph.D., Research Staff Member
IBM Research - Tokyo


Research Interests

Optimizing compilers, Language runtime systems, Parallel algorithms

Awards and Honors

Jan. 2016, Outstanding Research Award, ACSI 2016
Jan. 2015, Outstanding Research Award, ACSI 2015
Jul. 2008, Yamashita SIG Research Award, Information Processing Society of Japan
Mar. 2000, Graduate with Honors, Keio University


Conference Papers


Journal Papers


Invited talk


Workshop papers


Other publications


Programming contest

About my name: My name is so common in Japan that the DBLP entry for "Hiroshi Inoue" includes many papers that are not related to me. The author page in Google Scholar is maintained.

Professional Activities (international conferences/journals)

Professional Activities (domestic conferences/journals)

Teaching Activities


Mar. 2000
Bachelor in System Design Engineering, Keio University, Japan
Bachelor thesis: Direct Numerical Simulation of Dispersed Two-Phase Turbulent Flows With Evaporating Droplets
Advisor: Prof. Koichi Hishida

Mar. 2002
Master in System Design Engineering, Keio University, Japan
Master thesis: Turbulence Modification by Dispersed Particles in Two-Phase Turbulent Flows
Advisor: Prof. Koichi Hishida

Mar. 2016
Ph.D. in Information Science and Technology, University of Tokyo, Japan
Ph.D thesis: Efficient Exploitation of SIMD Instructions in Non-Numerical Applications
Advisor: Prof. Kenjiro Taura

Apr. 2002 - present
Researcher at IBM Research

Personal hobby

Photo taking (TRL Camera club), Playing futsal