Michael Mitzenmacher

Professor of Computer Science
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, 2015

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General Research interests: Design and Analysis of Algorithms and Heuristics, Random Processes, Networks and Communication Protocols, Information Theory
Papers: Sorted by Year
Harvard Theory Group: Web page
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 125: Algorithms and Complexity
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