William Kuszmaul

Graduate Student

I am a graduate student in Computer Science. My research focuses primarily on algorithms and high-performance engineering. I also have research interests in enumerative combinatorics and data structures. My research is funded by the Hertz Fellowship, the NSF GRFP Fellowship, and the MIT Akamai Fellowship.

Website: My Website

Blog: Algorithm Soup


  • 2018 Hertz Fellowship
  • 2018 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
  • 2018 MIT Akamai Fellowship
  • 2018 Stanford Kennedy Thesis Prize for Best Honors Thesis in School of Engineering
  • 2018 Stanford Firestone Thesis Prize
  • 2018 Stanford J. E Wallace Sterling Award for Scholastic Achievement
  • 2016-18 Goldwater Scholarship
  • 2018 Computer Research Association Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award Finalist
  • 2017 Best Poster Award at the 2017 Stanford CURIS Undergraduate Computer Science Poster Session
  • 2014 Intel Science Talent Search (3rd Place in Country) 

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