Luis is co-founder and CEO at OctoML, a University of Washington spin-out that aims to make efficient and secure machine learning accessible to everyone and every hardware target. Luis is an award-winning professor of computer science at the University of Washington, where he joined the faculty in 2007. His research focuses on the intersection of computer architecture, programming languages, molecular biology, and machine learning. At UW, he co-directs the Molecular Information Systems Lab where they are pioneering the technology to store data on synthetic DNA and in exploring novel uses of DNA nanotechnology. He also co-directs the SAMPL Lab, which focuses on hardware/software co-optimization for machine learning, and where the TVM deep learning compilation and optimization stack started. He is a recipient of an NSF CAREER Award, a Sloan Research Fellowship, a Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship, the IEEE TCCA Young Computer Architect Award and UIUC Distinguished Alumni Award. He is a member of the DARPA ISAT and MEC study groups.
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