Thierry Moreau

Ph.D. Student

Email: moreau [at] cs [dot] washington [dot] edu

Curriculum Vitae

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About me

Research Interests

Conference and Workshop Papers

Approximating to the Last Bit. Thierry Moreau, Adrian Sampson, Luis Ceze, and Mark Oskin. In WAX 2016. [slides]

Compilation and Hardware Support for Approximate Acceleration. Thierry Moreau, Adrian Sampson, Andre Baixo, Mark Wyse, Ben Ransford, Jacob Nelson, Luis Ceze, and Mark Oskin. In TECHCON 2015. [slides]

REACT: A Framework for Rapid Exploration of Approximate Computing Techniques. Mark Wyse, Andre Baixo, Thierry Moreau, Bill Zorn, James Bornholt, Adrian Sampson, Luis Ceze, and Mark Oskin. In WAX 2015 (co-located with PLDI).

SNNAP: Approximate Computing on Programmable SoCs via Neural Acceleration. Thierry Moreau, Mark Wyse, Jacob Nelson, Adrian Sampson, Hadi Esmaeilzadeh, Luis Ceze, and Mark Oskin. In HPCA 2015. [slides]

Tech Reports and Others

A Taxonomy of Approximate Computing Techniques. Thierry Moreau, Joshua San Miguel, Mark Wyse, James Bornholt, Luis Ceze, Natalie Enright Jerger and Adrian Sampson. UW-CSE Tech Report (UW-CSE-15-01-01).

Approximate Computing: Making Mobile Systems More Efficient. Thierry Moreau, Adrian Sampson, and Luis Ceze. In IEEE Pervasive Computing, April/June 2015.

ACCEPT: A Programmer-Guided Compiler Framework for Practical Approximate Computing. Adrian Sampson, Andre Baixo, Benjamin Ransford, Thierry Moreau, Joshua Yip, Luis Ceze and Mark Oskin. UW-CSE Tech Report (UW-CSE-15-01-01).

Approximate Computing on Programmable SoCs via Neural Acceleration. Thierry Moreau, Jacob Nelson, Adrian Sampson, Hadi Esmaeilzadeh and Luis Ceze. UW-CSE Tech Report (UW-CSE-14-05-01).

Teaching

CSE352: Hardware Design and Implementation, Spring 2013, head Teaching-Assistant, with Mark Oskin.

Funding

My work is generously supported by Qualcomm, the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Weil Family Endowed Fellowship and C-FAR, one of the six SRC STARnet Centers, sponsored by MARCO and DARPA