Jamieson Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
areas of expertise: computing, network algorithms, statistical inference, revenue maximization, wireless networks
Devavrat Shah is currently a Jamieson Career Development associate professor with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
His research focus is on the theory of large complex networks which includes network algorithms, stochastic networks, network information theory and large scale statistical inference.
He was co-awarded the best paper awards at the IEEE INFOCOM '04, ACM SIGMETRICS/Performance '06; and supervised work that received the best student paper awards at Neural Information Processing Systems '08 and ACM SIGMETRICS/Performance '09. He received the 2005 George B. Dantzig best dissertation award from the INFORMS. He received the first ACM SIGMETRICS Rising Star Award 2008 for his work on network scheduling algorithms. He is currently an Associate Editor of Operations Research.
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