Thierry Moreau

Ph.D. Student

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

Curriculum Vitae


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 (co-located with ASPLOS). [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

QAPPA: A Framework for Navigating Quality-Energy Tradeoffs with Arbitrary Quantization. Thierry Moreau, Felipe Augusto, Patrick Howe, Armin Alaghi, Luis Ceze. UW-CSE Tech Report (UW-CSE-17-03-02).

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-16-03-01).

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).


CSE548: Computer Architecture, Spring 2017, head Teaching-Assistant, with Luis Ceze.

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


My work is generously supported by the Center for Future Architectures Research, the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship, the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and the Weil Family Endowed Fellowship.