Michael Mitzenmacher


Professor of Computer Science
(Area Dean of Computer Science, starting July 2010)
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Harvard University
Room 331
33 Oxford Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 496-7172
(617) 495-2489 (fax)
michaelm at eecs dot harvard dot edu

Vacation, 2013


General Research interests: Design and Analysis of Algorithms and Heuristics, Random Processes, Networks and Communication Protocols, Information Theory
Papers: Sorted by Year
Blog: MyBiasedCoin
Talks: Talk Slides
My Thesis: The Power of Two Choices in Randomized Load Balancing (pdf)
My First Book:
Eli Upfal and I wrote a textbook on
randomized algorithms and probabilistic analysis,
published by Cambridge University Press.
Table of Contents

My First Book's Errata: First printing Errata (pdf)
Second printing Errata (pdf)
Courses: CS 124: Algorithms and Data Structures (My favorite commentary on me/the class, from this blog.)
CS 222: Algorithms at the End of the Wire
CS 223: Randomized Algorithms and Probabilistic Analysis
Program Committees: NSDI 2011 List of Previous PCs .
Issued Patents: List from the US Patent Office.
Current Students: Giorgos Zervas, Zhenming Liu, Justin Thaler
Bio, CV, etc. Short Bio, CV in PDF, Picture, Picture as Dad.
A Thank You Note: In appreciation to everyone who got me through Harvard's tenure process....
Funny Story: Google thinks I'm important.

Michael Mitzenmacher