Interests: Distributed systems, computer science education
Christopher Moretti is a lecturer in computer science at Princeton University. Prior to coming to Princeton in 2010, he earned his doctorate in computer science and engineering from the University of Notre Dame. At Princeton he has taught and developed for the CS I course (COS126), the systems-track CS II course (COS217), the functional programming course (COS326), and the project-based software engineering course (COS333). He has also served as an academic advisor for engineering freshman and upperclass computer science majors. His research interests focus on distributed computing and storage, and computer science education. He has directed junior and senior independent work research projects in these areas, as well as sports analytics, programming tools, and software engineering.
- Framework for Scalable Genome Assembly on Clusters, Clouds, Grids
C. Moretti, A. Thrasher, L. Yu, M. Olson, S. Emrich, and D. Thain
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2012.
- All-Pairs: An Abstraction for Data-Intensive Computing on Campus Grids
C. Moretti, H. Bui, K. Hollingsworth, B. Rich, P. Flynn, and D. Thain
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2010.
- Harnessing Parallelism in Multicore Clusters with the All-Pairs, Wavefront, and Makeflow Abstractions
L. Yu, C. Moretti, A. Thrasher, S. Emrich, K. Judd, and D. Thain
Journal of Cluster Computing, 2010.
- Chirp: A Practical Global Filesystem for Cluster and Grid Computing
D. Thain, C. Moretti, and J. Hemmes
Journal of Grid Computing, 7(1) 51--72, March 2009.
- Abstractions for Cloud Computing with Condor
D. Thain and C. Moretti
Cloud Computing and Software Services, ed. Ahson and Ilyas, CRC Press, 2009.