Centers & Labs

Advanced Center for Computing and Communication (ACCC)

Ryutaro  Himeno(D.Eng.)
Director:
Ryutaro Himeno
(D.Eng.)

The Advanced Center for Computing and Communication (ACCC) is both a research  organization and the group that manages RIKEN’s computing and communications  infrastructure. The ACCC is involved in the development, operations and user support for supercomputing resources, as well as the provision of ITC services such as email, data depository and research databases. The center ensures the efficient organization and consolidation of the enormous amounts of data  generated daily by scientific experiments at RIKEN.

Research Subjects

  • Development of technologies for HPC and communication
  • Software development and dissemination in life science and medical engineering
  • Examination of numerical methods for multi-scale/multi-physics problems
  • Research and development of data analysis for multilayer omics data
  • Collaboration with experimental biologist in RIKEN to support analysis for sequencing data

Selected Publications

  1. Kitamura Kunihiro, Tamura Yunoshin, Ueki Tomokazu, Ogata Koji, Noda Shigeho, Himeno Ryutaro, Chuman Hiroshi.:
    “Binding Free-Energy Calculation Is a Powerful Tool for Drug Optimizaiont:
    Calculation and Measurement of Binding Free Energy for 7-Azaindole Derivatives to Glycogen Synthase Kinase-3β”
    J. Chem. Inf. Model, Vol. 54, No.6 pp. 1653-1660 (2014)
  2. Sugiyama Kazuyasu, Yasuhiro Kawashima, Noda Shigeho, Ii Hitoshi, Koyama Hiroshi, Takagi Shu, Matsumoto Yoichiro, Himeno Ryutaro.:
    "Massively parallel computing of novel fluid-structure interaction solver on the K computer"
    HPCS 2013, IPSJ-HPCS2013050 (2013)
  3. Furuta Takuya, Ishikawa Kenichi, Fukunishi Nobuhisa, Noda Shigeho, Takagi Shu, Maeyama Takuya, Fukasaku Kazuaki, Himeno Ryutaro.:
    "Implementation of OpenMP and MPI hybrid parallelization to Monte Carlo dose simulation for particle therapy"
    IFMBE Proceedings, 2099--2102 (2013)
  4. Oho Yuko, Shimokawa Kazuro, Kanauchi-Takemoto Satoko, Asami Hirakiyama, Nakamura Sakiko, Tsujimura Yuki, Nishimura Masaomi, Kasukawa Takeya, Masumoto Koh-hei, Nikaido Itoshi, Shigeyoshi Yasufumi, Ueda Hiroki, Song Gang, Gee James, Himeno Ryutaro, Yokota Hideo.:
    "ranscriptome tomography for brain analysis in the web-accessible anatomical space"
    PLOS ONE, 7 Vol. 9 pp. e45373:1--10 (2012)
  5. Abalenkovs Maksims, Costen Fumie, Berenger Jean-Pierre, Himeno Ryutaro, Yokota Hideo, Fujii Masafumi.:
    "Huygens Subgridding for 3D Frequency-Dependent Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method"
    IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 60 Vol. 9 pp. 4366?4344 (2012)
  6. Fujisaki Kazuhiro, Yokota Hideo, Furushiro Naomichi, S. Komatani, S. Ohzawa, Y. Sato, D. Matsunaga, Himeno Ryutaro, Higuchi Toshirou, Makinouchi Akitake.:
    "Three-Dimensional Microscopic Elemental Analysis Using an Automated High-Precision Serial Sectioning System"
    Microscopy and Microanalysis, 17(2) pp. 246--251 (2011)
  7. Y. Hirano, J. Kimurak, Y. Nambo, Yokota Hideo, Nakamura Sakiko, Kanauchi-Takemoto Satoko, Himeno Ryutaro, T. Mishima, M. Matsui, Y.-I. Miyake.:
    "Population of Follicles and Luteal Structures during the Oestrous Cycle of Mares Detected by Three-Dimensional Internal Structure Microscopy"
    Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia, 38(3) pp. 214--218 (2009)
  8. Liang Fuyou, Takagi Shu, Himeno Ryutaro, Liu Hao.:
    "Biomechanical characterization of ventricular-arterial coupling during aging: a multi-scale model study"
    Journal of Biomechanics, 42 pp.692--704, (2009)
  9. Liang Fuyou, Takagi Shu, Himeno Ryutaro, Liu Hao.:
    "Multi-scale modeling of the human cardiovascular system with applications to aortic valvular and arterial stenoses"
    Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, 47 pp. 743--755 (2009)
  10. Kikugawa Gota, Rossen Apostolov, Kamiya Narutoshi, Taiji Makoto, Himeno Ryutaro, Nakamura haruki, Yonezawa Yasushige.:
    "Application of MDGRAPE-3, a special purpose board for molecular dynamics simulations, to periodic biomolecular systems"
    Journal of Computational Chemistry, 30 Vol. 1 pp.110--118, (2009)

Organization

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  • Computational Chemistry Applications Unit
    Shinichiro Nakamura(Ph.D.)

Contact information

2-1 Hirosawa
Wako, Saitama
351-0198 Japan
Tel: +81-(0)48-467-9323
Fax: +81-(0)48-462-4634

Email: accc-info [at] riken.jp

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