Mark U Wyse

email: wysem at cs dot washington dot edu



Research Interests

Broadly speaking, my research interests are in the field of computer architecture. More specifically, I am interested in novel architectures, the hardware/software interface, and the interplay between applications and the underlying architecture, especially in the context of scientific applications. I am also interested in energy-efficient architectures, including specialized and reconfigurable hardware.

My past research has spanned a variety of topics, including data processing for novel DNA sequencing technology, modeling approximate computing techniques (see REACT), and the evaluation and comparison of a neural network accelerator on reconfigurable hardware using high level synthesis (see SNNAP).


Conference Papers

SNNAP: Approximate Computing on Programmable SoCs via Neural Acceleration
HPCA 2015
Thierry Moreau, Mark Wyse, Jacob Nelson, Adrian Sampson, Hadi Esmaeilzadeh, Luis Ceze, and Mark Oskin Paper (PDF)

Workshop Papers

REACT: A Framework for Rapid Exploration of Approximate Computing Techniques
WAX 2015 (colocated with PLDI 2015)
Mark Wyse, Andre Baixo, Thierry Moreau, Bill Zorn, James Bornholt, Adrian Sampson, Luis Ceze, and Mark Oskin
Paper (PDF), Slides

Research Reports & Theses

Modeling Approximate Computing Techniques
MS Research Report
Mark Wyse
Paper (PDF)

A Taxonomy of Approximate Computing Techniques
UW CSE Technical Report
Thiery Moreau, Joshua San Miguel, Mark Wyse, James Bornholt, Luis Ceze, Natalie Enright Jerger, and Adrian Sampson
Paper (PDF)


CSE 351: The Hardware/Software Interface

CSE 352: Hardware Design and Implementation

CSE 467: Advanced Digital Design

CSE 471: Computer Design and Organization

CSEP 548: Computer Architecture


Next time you see me, ask me about the following: cooking, soccer (Go Sounders!), skiing/snowboarding, Seattle, or dual-wielding gyros (the delicious sandwiches).