Mohammad Alizadeh

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Mohammad Alizadeh
TIBCO Career Development Assistant Professor
Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

32 Vassar Street, 32-G920
Cambridge, MA 02139

I am an Assistant Professor in the EECS Department at MIT, and a member of CSAIL. Before joining MIT, I completed my Ph.D. at Stanford University, and spent a couple of years at a datacenter networking startup, Insieme Networks, and Cisco. You can find my CV here.

Research: I work in the areas of computer networks and systems. My research aims to improve the performance, robustness, and ease of management of future networks and cloud computing systems. I am also broadly interested in the modeling and analysis of computer systems, and bridging theory and practice in computer system design. My recent projects focus on architectures and algorithms for large-scale datacenter networks, particularly high performance network fabrics and transport mechanisms, programmable switching architectures, and scheduling and resource allocation for cloud systems.

If you are interested in working with me: Please apply to the EECS graduate program and mention my name in your application. If you are already at MIT, please send me an email and we can arrange a time to meet.

Recent News

  • DeepRM and Declarative Performance Measurements accepted to HotNets 2016.

  • PIFO, Domino, NUMFabric, and Karuna accepted to SIGCOMM 2016.

  • Eclipse accepted to SIGMETRICS/Performance 2016.

  • Juggler accepted to EuroSys 2016.

  • Cliffhanger accepted to NSDI 2016.


This Fall, I am teaching 6.829, a graduate course in computer networks.

Selected Papers

  • M. Alizadeh, A. Greenberg, D. A. Maltz, J. Padhye, P. Patel, B. Prabhakar, S. Sengupta and M. Sridharan, Data Center TCP (DCTCP), SIGCOMM 2010.