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IBM Research - Tokyo
Kiyokuni (Kiyo) KAWACHIYA, Ph.D.
Senior Researcher, IBM Research - Tokyo
NBF Toyosu Canal Front Bldg, 5-6-52, Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-8511, Japan
My interest is "system software", such as operating systems and programming languages. I worked for developing Java™ JIT compiler with its runtime, accelerating Java locks, and reducing the startup overhead of Java applications. I am also interested in virtualization and cloud technologies. Recently, I am working for the analysis and reduction of memory footprint of Java and also for programming languages on Java such as X10.
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Brief Personal History
- I was born in 1963 at Osaka, Japan.
- I gradutated the University of Tokyo in 1985.
- I received M.S. degree in Information Science from the University of Tokyo in 1987, and received Ph.D. degree in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2005 [Ph.D. thesis].
- Since joining IBM Tokyo Research Laboratory (now called "IBM Research - Tokyo" since September 2009) in 1987, I have been working on operating systems, multimedia systems, mobile information devices, and Java execution runtime.
- I received IPSJ Convention Award (1994), IPSJ Best Paper Award (2005), and JSSST Takahashi Award (2008).
- I am a member of ACM (Senior Member), Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ), and Japan Society for Software Science and Technology (JSSST).