Sennesh, E., & Gil, Y. (2016). Structured gotos are (slightly) harmful. In Proceedings of the 31st Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (pp. 1784–1789).
- B.S. in Computer Science, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2011
- M.S. in Computer Science, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, 2015
- Ph.D, Northeastern University (currently in progress)
Nicolas Blanchard, Leila Gabasova, Ted Selker, Eli Sennesh. Créer de tête de nombreux mots de passe inviolables et inoubliables. ALGOTEL 2018 - 20èmes Rencontres Francophones sur les Aspects Algorithmiques des Télécommunications, May 2018, Roscoff, France. 2018.
Sennesh, E., Wu, H., & van de Meent, J.-W. (2018). Combinators for Modeling and Inference.
Sennesh, E., Scibior, A., Wu, H., & van de Meent, J.-W. (2018). Composing Modeling and Inference Operations with Probabilistic Program Combinators.
Sennesh, E., Khan, Z., Dy, J., Satpute, A. B., Hutchinson, J. B., & van de Meent, J.-W. (2019). Neural Topographic Factor Analysis for fMRI Data. ArXiv E-Prints, arXiv:1906.08901.
Service and leadership
- Program Committee Member in ACM Symposium on Applied Computing 2017
Paper presentation at Psychologists, Engineers, and Neuroscientists seminar, Northeastern University, Boston MA, USA
Research talk at Psychologists, Engineers, and Neuroscientists seminar, Northeastern University, Boston MA, USA
- Winter 2018: Graduate Visiting Scholar
- Northeastern University
- Development of analyses for fMRI data of the brain
- Adviser: Jan-Willem Van de Meent
- Spring 2017 to Fall 2017: Software Engineer (Full Stack)
- Adept Mobile
- Full-stack Ruby on Rails engineer, from the model to the front-end styling and scripting. Developed the backend to various JSON APIs for feeding data to mobile applications, a loyalty platform for sports teams, and the ecommerce website for the New England Patriots. All applications were run on Heroku and developed with Github.
- Supervisor: Craig Heneveld
- Spring 2015 to Winter 2017: Member of Technical Staff
- LeafLabs, LLC
- Project-based research and development. Developed module firmware, including a boot-ROM, for Google’s Project Ara. Designed the Greybus Bootrom Protocol now deployed in Greybus devices as part of the Motorola Moto-Z. Implemented the Trusted Administration Framework, a series of diskless Linux images built on NixOS for secure cryptographic computations.
- Supervisor: Marti Bolivar
- Fall 2012 to Spring 2015: Graduate Research Assistant
- Technion Israel Institute of Technology
- Thesis “Unstructured Jumps and Compressed Size as Defect-Prediction Metrics”, defended March 2015
- Committee: Yossi Gil and Eran Yahav
- Bayesian machine learning
- Deep probabilistic programming
- Deep learning
- Functional programming
- Academic writing
- Embedded firmware and embedded Linux development