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Bio Roger Wattenhofer

Mini-Bio Roger Wattenhofer

Roger Wattenhofer is a full professor at the
Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
Department, ETH Zurich, Switzerland. He received
his doctorate in Computer Science in 1998 from
ETH Zurich. From 1999 to 2001 he was in the USA,
first at Brown University in Providence, RI, then
at Microsoft Research in Redmond, WA. He then
returned to ETH Zurich, originally as an assistant
professor at the Computer Science Department.

Roger Wattenhofer's research interests are a
variety of algorithmic and systems aspects in
computer science and information technology,
currently in particular wireless networks, wide
area networks, mobile systems, social networks,
and physical algorithms. He publishes in different
communities: distributed computing (e.g., PODC,
SPAA, DISC), networking (e.g., SIGCOMM,
MobiCom, SenSys), or theory (e.g., STOC,
FOCS, SODA, ICALP). He recently published the
book "The Science of the Blockchain".

A complete CV is available here.