Fiber is a suite of miniapps that are maintained and developed at RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science (RIKEN AICS).


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Information on each miniapp, such as build instructions and exeuction configurations, can be found in its own source package. Here’s a list of some of the recent slides and papers on the overall Fiber miniapps:

  • (Japanese) Fiber Miniapp Overview, SWoPP 2014 workshop, July 2014. [slides]
  • Miniapps for Enabling Architecture-Application Co-design for Exascale Supercomputing, 19th Workshop on Sustained Simulation Performance, March 2014. [slides]
  • Mini-App Effort in Japan, SC13 BoF: Library of Mini-Applications for Exascale Component-Based Performance Modeling, November 2013. [slides]

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Fiber Developers


  • Satoshi Matsuoka, Akihiro Nomura (Tokyo Tech)
  • Takahiro Katagiri (University of Tokyo)


The initial development of Fiber was part of an HPCI Feasibility Study project (FY2012-FY2013) led by RIKEN AICS and Tokyo Institute of Technology, which was funded by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan.