- Program Year: 3
- Academic Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Field of Study: Computer Science
- Academic Advisor: Charles Leiserson
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2019)
M.Eng. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017; B.S. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and B.S. Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017
- Personal URL: https://wsmoses.com
Instead of Rewriting Foreign Code for Machine Learning, Automatically Synthesize Fast Gradients, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, William Moses, Valentin Churavy
AutoPhase: Juggling HLS Phase Orderings in Random Forests with Deep Reinforcement Learning, Proceedings of Machine Learning & Systems, Ameer Haj-Ali, Qijing Jenny Huang, John Xiang, William Moses, Krste Asanovic, John Wawrzynek, Ion Stoica
The Next 700 Accelerated Layers: From Mathematical Expressions of Network Computation Graphs to Accelerated GPU Kernels, Automatically
Vasilache, Nicolas and Zinenko, Oleksandr and Theodoridis, Theodoros and Goyal, Priya and Devito, Zachary and Moses, William S. and Verdoolaege, Sven and Adams, Andrew and Cohen, Albert. TACO.
LiTM: A Lightweight Deterministic Software Transactional Memory System
Xia, Yu and Yu, Xiangyao and Moses, William and Shun, Julian and Devadas, Srinivas. PPoPP PMAMM â€™19.
Tensor Comprehensions: Framework-Agnostic High-Performance Machine Learning Abstractions, Vasilache, Nicolas and Zinenko, Oleksandr and Theodoridis, Theodoros and Goyal, Priya and DeVito, Zachary and Moses, William S and Verdoolaege, Sven and Adams, Andrew and Cohen, Albert.
Tapir: Embedding Fork-Join Parallelism into LLVM's Intermediate Representation, Best Paper Award Schardl, Tao B. and Moses, William S. and Leiserson, Charles E.. PPoPP 2017.
OpenMPIR: Implementing OpenMP Tasks with Tapir Stelle, George and Moses, William S. and Olivier, Stephen L. and McCormick, Patrick. LLVM-HPC 2017.
How Should Compilers Represent Fork-Join Parallelism? Moses, William S.. Thesis 2017.
Computational Complexity of Arranging Music Demaine, Erik D. and Moses, William S.. MOVES Conference 2015.
Extreme Multi-Resolution Visualization: A Challenge on Many Levels Balme, Joanna and Brown-Dymkoski, Eric and Guerrero, Victor and Jones, Stephen and Kessler, Andre and Lichtl, Adam and Lung, Kevin and Moses, William and Museth, Ken and Roberson, Nathan and others. SuperComputing Visualization Showcase 2015.
Sigma Xi, July 2018
DOE Computational Science Fellowship, 2018
NSF Graduate Fellowship, declined, 2018
Robert M. Fano Award for Outstanding SuperUROP Project, June 2017
Best Paper Award, PPoPP 2017
Sigma Pi Sigma, June 2017
Larry G. Benedict Leadership Award, May 2017
MakeMIT 2017 - iRobot Prize and Top 10, January 2017
Eta Kappa Nu Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Society, September 2016
MIT Idea2 Global Competition - Finalist, July 2016
Keel Foundation Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar, July 2016