Ramesh Johari is an Associate Professor at Stanford University and the Cisco Faculty Scholar in the School of Engineering, with a full-time appointment in the Department of Management Science and Engineering (MS&E), and courtesy appointments in the Departments of Computer Science (CS) and Electrical Engineering (EE). He is a member of the Operations Research group in MS&E, the Information Systems Laboratory in EE, and the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering. He received an A.B. in Mathematics from Harvard (1998), a Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics from Cambridge (1999), and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT (2004).
He is the recipient of a British Marshall Scholarship (1998), First Place in the INFORMS George E. Nicholson Student Paper Competition (2003), the George M. Sprowls Award for the best doctoral thesis in computer science at MIT (2004), Honorable Mention for the ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award (2004), the Okawa Foundation Research Grant (2005), the MS&E Graduate Teaching Award (2005, 2010), the INFORMS Telecommunications Section Doctoral Dissertation Award (2006), and the NSF CAREER Award (2007). He has served on the program committees of ACM Electronic Commerce (2007, 2009-2011), ACM SIGCOMM (2006, 2011), IEEE Infocom (2007-2011), and ACM SIGMETRICS (2008-2009).
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