Kazutomo Yoshii is a software development specialist at Argonne National Laboratory.
He received his M.S. in computer science from Toyohashi University of Technology in Japan in 1994. For the next four years he worked at Hitachi’s research facility in Japan developing medical imaging analysis software. He joined Turbolinux in 1998, working first in Japan and subsequently in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on the Linux operating system. In 2002, he became director of development at Mountain View Data in California, where he worked on dynamic provisioning systems. He joined Argonne National Laboratory in 2004, where he has been deeply involved in developing ZeptoOS, a Linux system for next-generation supercomputers.
- Hardware/software co-design (HPC and machine learning)
- Heterogeneous, reconfigurable computing/field-programmable gate arrays
- Data movement and memory management
- Edge computing architecture