- Research and Course Interests
- Distributed and Grid Computing
- Cooperative Computing Systems
- Distributed Storage
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.
Highly Scalable Genome Assembly on Campus Grids
C. Moretti, M. Olson, S. Emrich, and D. Thain
MTAGS, Portland Oregon, November 2009.
Abstractions for Cloud Computing with Condor
D. Thain and C. Moretti
Cloud Computing and Software Services, ed. Ahson and Ilyas, CRC Press, 2009.
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.
Scaling Up Classifiers to Cloud Computers (slides)
C. Moretti, K. Steinhaeuser, D. Thain, and N.V. Chawla
International Conference on Data Mining, Pisa Italy, December 2008.
Genome Assembly with 1024-Core Alignment on the Notre Dame Campus Grid
Notre Dame CI Days, Notre Dame IN, April 2010.
Abstractions for Data-Intensive Computing on Condor
Condor Week 2009, Madison WI, April 2009.
High Level Abstractions for Data-Intensive Computing
Condor Week 2008, Madison WI, April 2008.
Abstractions for Data-Intensive Distributed Computing
Purdue/Notre Dame Supercomputing Exhibition, Reno NV, November 2007.
Flexible Object Based Filesystems for Scientific Computing
Thesis Defense, Notre Dame IN, April 2007
Other Research Experience
As a high school student, I worked at Hampton University's Behavior Sciences Research Center as part of a mentorship program through the New Horizons Governor's School for Science and Technology. My mentor on the Dimensions in Personality research project was Dr. James B. Victor.