My current major is HCI, I'm condacting research on "Parameter tuning interface for game design" and "Interaction for Bioinformatics". In my undergraduate years, my major was life science, and I started research on "Reproducibility of genome analysis" and I continue to do. I also work as an engineer at RIKEN AIP. I also work as a freelance engineer, building various infrastructure and systems.
- Human Computer Interaction
- Game Design
- Software Engineering
- 2018.04 - Current:
Department of Creative Informatics,
Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Advisor: Takeo Igarashi
- 2013.04 - 2018.03:
Department of Bioscience,
School of Bioscience and Biotechnology,
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan [B.S.]
Advisor: Masaaki Kotera
- 2019.08 – Current:
Information-Technology Promotion Agency(IPA),
Information-Technology Engineers Examination Committee
- 2018.03 – Current:
- Freelance Engineer
- 2017.12 – Current:
Information and Communication Technology Dept.
- 2017.09 – Current:
System Solution Div.
- 2017.08 - Current:
Search and Parallel Unit
Advisor: Kazuki Yoshizoe
SAPPORO: workflow management system that supports continuous testing of workflows
A workflow management execution system based on GA4GH API definition. It can manage and execute workflows written in various workflow languages such as CWL. And, the reproducibility of the workflow is improved by using the concept of CI/CD.
- Hirotaka Suetake, Masaaki Kotera, “KPHMMER: Hidden Markov Model generator for detecting KEGG PATHWAYspecific genes.” (2019). https://doi.org/10.1101/636290 [link]
- Masayuki Sato, Hirotaka Suetake, Masaaki Kotera, “KCF-Convoy: efficient Python package to convert KEGG Chemical Function and Substructure fingerprints.” (2018). https://doi.org/10.1101/452383 [link]
Poster / Abstract / Demonstration
- Hirotaka Suetake, Tazro Ohta, “SAPPORO: workflow management system that supports continuous testing of workflows.” GCC/BOSC (2019).
- Hirotaka Suetake, Tazro Ohta, “SAPPORO: workflow management system that supports continuous testing of workflows.” AMED GA4GH GEM Japan Workshop (2019).
- Hirotaka Suetake, Ryo Nakaki, “RyuGoo-Saba: CWL-based platform to enable server-less and reproducible analysis of big data in life science.” GCC/BOSC (2018). [link]