In this talk, we focus on the programming model to make use of super-computer and quantum-computer. So far, we assume a set of a quantum computer and a classical server is connected to the supercomputer through a network. For such environment, the remote procedure call (RPC) programming, in which a client program calls a procedure to execute in different remote nodes, should support the cooperative computation by offloading tasks to quantum computers or to classical computers depending on their computational characteristics. We introduce OmniRPC, a Grid RPC system, current cooperative computation example using OmniRPC, and future plan to support the cooperative computation of classical and quantum computers.
Miwako Tsuji is a Research Scientist with RIKEN Center for Computational Science, Kobe, Japan. She was a member of the FLAGSHIP 2020 Project, which had conducted the design and development of the supercomputer Fugaku during the full period of the project. Her current research interests include programming model and performance model of the large-scale high-performance computing. Tsuji received a Ph.D. degree in information science and technology from Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan. She was the recipient of the ACM Gordon Bell Prize.