Andrea Werneck Richa
School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision systems Engineering
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Arizona State University
phone 480-965-7555 (voice) 480-965-2751 (fax)
E-mail: initial first name + last name at asu dot edu
Office Hours: On sabbatical during 2015-16.
Please consider submitting your papers to DISC'17!
Also consider submitting your results for a presentation at the Workshop on Biological Distributed Algorithms, BDA'17!
Current and Recent Research Projects
A Distributed and Stochastic Algorithmic Framework for Active Matter, funded by NSF-CCF Algorithms-in-the-field (AiTF) Exploratory award, 2016-2018, PIs: Andrea Richa. (ASU), Dana Randall an Daniel Goldman (Georgia Tech)
Algorithmic Foundations of Self-organizing Particle Systems, funded by NSF CCF-Algorithmic Foundations and NSF EAGER awards, 2013-2017, PI: Andrea Richa; see also press/publications.
Adversarial Models for Wireless Communication, funded by NSF Algorithmic Foundations, 2011-2014, PI: Andrea Richa.
US-Brazil Collaboration Project: CODPON, A DTN\data mule network focused on Amazon riverine population with e-health applications
Underwater Optical Ad-Hoc Sensor Networks
Adversarial Models for Wireless Communication , Tutorial SSS'14 (16th International Symposium on Stabilization, Safety,
and Security of Distributed Systems)
DISC'17, Program Committee Chair
NSF Workshop on Self-organizing Particle Systems (SOPS), 2014, colocated with ACM-SIAM SODA 2014, General co-Chair and Founder
IEEE NetSciCom'11 (to be held in conjunction with INFOCOM'11), General Chair
ACM PODC 2010, General Chair
SSS 2012, Program Co-Chair
ACM DIALM-POMC'10, Program Co-Chair
IEEE NetSciCom'10 (held in conjunction with INFOCOM'10), Program Co-Chair
IEEE NetSciCom'09 (held in conjunction with INFOCOM'09), Program Co-Chair and Founder
ACM DIALM-POMC'03, Program Co-Chair
ACM PODC treasurer (2008-09)
ACM SPAA Publicity Chair (2007-11)
IEEE NetSciCom Steering Committee Chair 2011--
DISC Steering Committee 2016--
ACM PODC Steering Committee 2008-2011
Workshop on Foundations of Mobile Computing (FOMC, formerly DIALM-POMC) Steering Committee 2010--
Classes Taught Recently
- Fall 2016, Spring 2015: CSE 552: Randomized and Approximation Algorithms.
- Spring 2012, Spring 2013: CSE 310 Data Structures and Algorithms,
- Fall 2011: CSE 550: Combinatorial Algorithms and Intractability
- Spring 2015, Fall 2014, Spring 2014: CSE 450/598 Design and Analysis of Algorithms
- Fall 2016: CSE 551 Foundations of Algorithms
- Spring 2013: CSE 591: Theory of Dynamic Networks
- Fall 2011: ASU 101-FSE: The ASU Experience
I completed my Ph. D. in Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization at the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University, under the supervision of Bruce Maggs.
Ph. D. Thesis
This page has been partially updated on 03/17/17.