Prof. Dimitris Papailiopoulos

Assistant Professor
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Dimitris Papailiopoulos is an Assistant Professor of ECE and CS (by courtesy) at UW-Madison.  His research spans machine learning, information theory, and distributed systems, with a current focus on scalable and fault-tolerant distributed machine learning systems. Dimitris was a postdoctoral researcher at UC Berkeley and a member of the AMPLab. He earned his Ph.D. in ECE from UT Austin in 2014, under the supervision of Alex Dimakis. Dimitris is a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award (2019), a Sony Faculty Innovation Award (2019), the Benjamin Smith Reynolds Award for Excellence in Teaching (2019), and the IEEE Signal Processing Society, Young Author Best Paper Award (2015).  In 2018, he co-founded MLSys, a new conference that targets research at the intersection of machine learning and systems.