Prof Rachid GUERRAOUI
I have also been
affiliated with the Research Center of Ecole des Mines
Paris, the Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique in Saclay,
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories in Palo Alto and the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
research is devoted to concurrent and distributed programming, from
Full list of papers:
93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 , 07, 08, 09, 10,
entry in the DBLP
bibliography server is fairly up-to-date. Check-out also Transactions@epfl
teach distributed algorithms (Message
ACM Fellow and Associate Editor of JACM.
I also chaired the PCs of
Recent invited talks
- Generalizing Universality (Cyprus 2013, Algotel 2013, INRIA-Sofia 2013)
- Speculating Seriously
- Tutorial on transactional
memory (CAV 2009, Uppsala 2010)
- What is "hard" in distributed computing?
Brandeis, MIT, Northeastern, Brown, 2006)
- The return of transactions (Europar
07, SRDS 07, ECOOP 08, IBM Watson and NYU in 2008, INRIA in 2009)
- Towards a theory of mobile devices
(Autonomics 2007 and Eurescom 2008)
- Shameless statements about
replication (30th years of replication workshop
in Monteverita, 2007)
- Indulgent algorithms (SSS
Recent best paper awards
I am often looking
for post-docs and PhD students
activities of LPD
members, as well as some non-research stuff
- Doctoral program
our school (to which every student has to be admitted before joinning
my group as a PhD student)
- Former PhDs: Baehni
R. Boichat (McKinsey), P. Dutta (IBM), A. Doudou (Vaudoise),
P. Eugster (Purdue), L. Handurukande (Eriksson), P. Kouznetsov (TU Berlin), R. Levy
(IBM), Pochon (Sun), Spring (SICPA), M. Vukolic (IBM), M. Kapalka
(Swissquotes), Dan Alistarh (MIT), N. Knezevic (IBM).
New !! Looking for postdocs in distributed computing and distributed systems, postdocs in computer systems and PhD students in concurrent and distributed computing
LPD (Station 14), I&C, EPFL CH 1015 Lausanne,
Switzerland - Office INR 310 -
Tel +41 21 693 5272 - Fax +41 21 693 75 70
He told her: "I could have been someone''
She answered: "So could anyone"