Columbia University

WiMNet Lab Director

LinkedinIconGil Zussman

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
Member of the Computer Engineering Program
Columbia University

Office: 811 CEPSR
Phone: 212-854-8670
Email: gil[at]ee.columbia.edu

Postdoctoral Research Scientists

LinkedinIconDr. Guy Grebla

Office: 807 CEPSR
Phone: 212-854-7472
Email: guy[at]ee.columbia.edu

Guy Grebla received the B.A. (Summa Cum Laude) degree in Computer Science from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel, in 2003. During 2001-2003 he worked for Intel, concentrating on the memory cluster in core 2 mobile processor.  He worked as a software engineer, team leader, and system engineer for IDF, Israel, during 2004-2010. He received the M.A and PhD degree in Computer Science from the Technion – Israel Institute of Techonology in 2011 and 2013, respectively. His PhD research was on the optimization of OFDMA wireless networks.

Ph.D. Students

LinkedinIconBerk Birand

IBM Ph.D. Fellow
Office: 801 CEPSR
Email: berk[at]ee.columbia.edu

Berk’s research focus is on developing efficient cross-layer algorithms in wireless and optical networks. His current work is on proving the performance bounds on distributed scheduling algorithms and on identifying energy-efficient resource allocation problems in optical access networks.

LinkedinIconVarun Gupta

Office: 801 CEPSR
E-mail: varun[at]ee.columbia.edu

Varun Gupta completed his undergraduate studies in Electrical Engineering at IIT Delhi and received his M.S. in Electrical Engineering at Columbia University in October 2012. He is currently working towards his PhD. at Columbia University. His research interests include distributed algorithms, data center network design, stochastic modeling.

LinkedinIconJelena Marasevic

Office: 908 CEPSR
Phone: 212-854-6900
Email: jelena[at]ee.columbia.edu

Jelena Marasevic received her B.S. degree from University of Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering, in Belgrade, Serbia, in 2011. She received her M.S. degree from Columbia University in New York, NY, in 2012. Her current research interests include algorithms for resource allocation, scheduling and routing in energy harvesting networks, self-configurable mobile networks and communication protocols for the smart grid.

LinkedinIconRobert Margolies

NSF Graduate Research Fellow
Office: 815 CEPSR
Phone: 212-854-3109
Email: rsm2156[at]columbia.edu

Robert Margolies graduated with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering (summa cum laude) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in May 2010 and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Columbia in May 2011. His current research interests are in cross-layer PHY and MAC layer design and specifically, ultra-low-power MAC design for impulse radio and opportunistic cellular scheduling.

Saleh Soltan

Office: 808 CEPSR
Email: saleh[at]ee.columbia.edu

Saleh Soltan received his B.S in Electrical Engineering and Pure Mathematics (double major) from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran in 2011, and his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University in the City of New York, NY in 2012. His research interests include Network Sciences, Graph Theory and Complexity Analysis. His current focus is on cascading failures in power grids and their interdependencies with communication networks.

M.S. and Undergraduate Students

Earvin Caceres

Electrical Engineering M.S. Student (Tesla Scholar)

Email: ec2946[at]columbia.edu

Adam Edelstein

REU Student from Yeshiva University

Email: aedelstein131[at]gmail.com

Craig Gutterman

Electrical Engineering M.S. Student (Tesla Scholar)

Email: clgutterman[at]gmail.com

Marc Kurtz

REU student from City College of the City University of New York

Email: mkurtz00[at]citymail.cuny.edu

Russell Spiewak

REU Student from Yeshiva University

Email: rspiewak[at]comcast.net

Benjamin Zhu

Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Student

Email: bjz2107[at]columbia.edu

High School Students

Caroline Schiavo

High School Student from Kent Place School through the NYU GSTEM Program