University of Michigan
Vijay Subramanian is an Associate Professor in the EECS Department at the University of Michigan since 2014. After graduating with his Ph.D. from UIUC in 1999, he did a few stints in industry, research institutes and universities in the US and Europe before his current position . His main research interests are in stochastic modeling, communications, information theory and applied mathematics. A large portion of his past work has been on probabilistic analysis of communication networks, especially analysis of scheduling and routing algorithms. In the past he has also done some work with applications in immunology and coding of stochastic processes. His current research interests are on game theoretic and economic modeling of socio-technological systems and networks, and the analysis of associated stochastic processes.