CSE 576
206-543-189
luiscezecs.washington.edu
Areas of interest: 

Computer architecture, programming languages, parallel computing, operating systems, energy-efficient computing. Molecular storage and computing.

Luis Ceze, Professor, joined the  Computer Science and Engineering faculty in 2007.  His research focuses on the intersection of computer architecture, programming languages (see the SAMPA research group) and molecular biology. He recently started exploring using biology to make better computers (see the MISL page). Visit his other other webpage. His CV is available here.

He has several papers selected as IEEE Micro Top Picks and CACM research Highlights. He participated in the Blue Gene, Cyclops, and PERCS projects at IBM. He is a recipient of an NSF CAREER Award, a Sloan Research Fellowship and a Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship, and the 2013 IEEE TCCA Young Computer Architect Award. He is also a member of the DARPA ISAT and MEC advisory groups. 

He co-founded Corensic, a UW CSE spin-off company.

His research is generously supported by Microsoft, Intel, Google, NetApp, Qualcomm, NSF, and DARPA. 

He was born in São PauloBrazil,  where it drizzles all the time, just like Seattle. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and his B.Eng. and M.Eng. in Electrical Engineering from University of São Paulo, Brazil. In his "free" time, he is often seen eating and cooking.  

Take a look at the collectively written white-paper on 21st Century computer architecture research.