Faculty

CSE 458
baercs.washington.edu
Emeritus

Parallel and distributed processing and computer systems architecture

CSE2 243
bodikcs.washington.edu
Programming languages, computer architecture
CSE 576
luiscezecs.washington.edu

Computer architecture, machine learning systems, programming languages, energy-efficient computing, molecular storage and computing.

ebelingcs.washington.edu
Emeritus
Architecture, design and implementation of hardware systems, especially reconfigurable platforms
CSE 458
eggerscs.washington.edu
Emerita

Computer architecture & compiler optimization

dkohlbrecs.washington.edu
Software security, systems, and hardware architecture, with special focus on the impact of hardware design on high-level software security
CSE 104
levycs.washington.edu
Operating systems design, distributed systems and the Web, security and privacy, computer architecture
CSE 546
oskincs.washington.edu

Computer architecture

Larry Snyder
CSE 466
snydercs.washington.edu
Emeritus
Parallel computing, computer science education
CSE 564
profmbtcs.washington.edu

Computer architecture, hardware design and prototyping, dark silicon, cryptocurrency mining, ASIC Clouds

thachukcs.washington.edu
DNA computing and molecular programming, synthetic biology, theory, and scientific software development

Affiliate Faculty

dburgermicrosoft.com
Microsoft Research

Computer architecture

dcarmeanmicrosoft.com
Microsoft Research
Computer architecture
larusmicrosoft.com
Microsoft Research

Programming languages and compilers

qadeermicrosoft.com
Microsoft Research

Program verification, programming languages, concurrency, parallel computing

CSE452
kstrausscs.washington.edu
Microsoft Research

Hardware accelerators for machine learning; emerging memory technologies, including DNA-based digital data storage; the use of biotechnology to the benefit of the IT industry; and system software for these new architectures

Postdocs

CSE 280
dustinarcs.washington.edu

Dustin Richmond works with professor Michael Taylor of the Bespoke Silicon Group. His research focuses on the development of emulation tools for a prototype manycore chip on commercial cloud infrastructure, techniques for efficient computation on massively-manycore systems, and information side-channels in cloud-resident custom hardware infrastructure. Dustin earned his Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego.

Graduate Students (CSE)

Alumni

Some of our computer architecture alumni:

Wen-Hann Wang (1989, Vice President, Intel Labs, Circuits and Systems Research),
Dean Tullsen (1996, UCSD),
Jack Lo (1998, Senior Director, VMWare),
Steve Swanson (2006, UCSD),
Mike Swift (2005, University of Wisconsin),
Josh Redstone (2002, Google),
Rob Bedichek (1994, Apple),
Alex Klaiber (1994, NVIDIA),
Martha Kim (2008, Columbia University),
Jim Archibald (1987, BYU),
Patrick Crowley (2003, Washington University),
John Bennett (1987, University of Colorado),
Scott Hauck (1995, University of Washington Dept. of Electrical Engineering),