SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Professor of Electrical Engineering and of
Management Science & Engineering
“last name” @stanford.edu / 650
Bambos is a Professor at Stanford
University, having a joint
appointment in the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of
Management Science & Engineering. He heads the Network Architecture and
Performance Engineering research group at Stanford, conducting research in
wireless network architectures, the Internet infrastructure, packet switching,
network management and information service engineering, engaged in various
projects of his Network Architecture Laboratory (NetLab).
His current technology research interests include high-performance networking,
autonomic computing, and service engineering.
His methodological interests are in network control, online task
scheduling, queueing systems and stochastic processing networks.
has graduated over 20 Ph.D. students, who are now at leadership positions in
academia (Stanford, CalTech, Michigan,
GaTech, NYU, UBC, etc.) and the information
technology industry (Cisco, Broadcom, IBM Labs, Qualcomm, Nokia, MITRE, Sun
Labs, ST Micro, Intel, Samsung, TI, etc.) or have become successful
entrepreneurs. From 1999 to 2005 he served as the director of the Stanford Networking Research
Center, a major
partnership/consortium between Stanford and information technology industries,
involving tens of corporate members, faculty and doctoral students. He is now
heading a new research initiative at Stanford on Networked Information Service
received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS) from
the University of California at Berkeley
(1989), as well as the M.S. in EECS (1987) and the M.A. in Mathematics (1989)
from the same University. He graduated in Electrical Engineering from the
National Technical University of Athens-Greece (1984) with first class honors.
Before joining Stanford as an Associate Professor in 1996, he served as
Assistant (1990-95) and tenured Associate Professor (1995-96) in the Electrical
Engineering Department of the University
of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).
Bambos has held the Cisco Systems Faculty Development Chair (1999-2003) in
computer networking at Stanford and has won the IBM Faculty Award (2002) for
high-impact research in performance engineering of computer systems and
networks, as well as the Griffin Award (1997). He has been the David Morgenthaler Faculty Scholar (1996-99) at Stanford, and has
received the National Young Investigator Award (1992) from the National Science
Foundation (NSF) for research in computer networks and distributed
computing architectures, as well as the NSF Research Initiation Award (1990)
for studies in performance modeling of computer systems. He has also been a
U.C. Regents Fellow, a David Gale Fellow, and an Earl Anthony Fellow.
He is on the Editorial Boards of several research
journals and serves on various international technical committees and review
panels for networking research and information technologies. He has been
serving on the boards of various start-up companies in the Silicon
Valley, consults on high technology development and management
matters, and has served as lead expert witness in high-profile patent
litigation cases in networking and computing.