Prof. José Rolim

Prof. José Rolim

Full honorary professor and head of the TCS-Sensor Lab of the Computer Science Department of the University of Geneva

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Ph.D from the Computer Science Department of the University of California at Los Angeles under the direction of Prof. Sheila Greibach

Research Interests

My current research interest are:

General or Steering or Program Chair for

Some of our Projects

  • Power Aware Computing
  • Games and Complexity

Short CV

Jose Rolim is Full Professor at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Geneva where heleads the Theoretical Computer Science and Sensor Lab (TCSensor Lab). He received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science at the University of California, Los Angeles in the area of formal languages and complexity.
He has published several articles on the areas of theoretical computer science, distributed systems, randomization and computational complexity and leads two major national projects on the areas of Power Aware Computing and Games and Complexity. He also participates as a partner in two European Projects on the areas of Dynamic Systems and Foundations of Sensor Networks. Prof. Rolim participates in the editorial board of several journals and conferences and he is the Steering Committee Chair and General Chair of the IEEE Distributed Computing Conference in Sensor Systems. He has been Program Committee Chair of major conferences such as ICALP, IPDPS, RANDOM and served as Program Committee Member of all major conferences in theoretical computer science.

Recent Publications

Coming soon but for the moment take a look at:

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