Isaac Grosof's portrait

I’m currently on the academic job market, applying for faculty and postdoc positions in computer science, operations research, and related departments. Click here for my application materials, as well as sample recorded talks.

Isaac Grosof is a sixth-year PhD student in CS at Carnegie Mellon University, advised by Mor Harchol-Balter. They are currently on the academic job market, looking for positions in Theoretical Computer Science and Operations Research. They work on stochastic scheduling and resource allocation, with a focus on optimal policies. Isaac has received the INFORMS 2022 George Nicholson Award, the award for the best student paper in the field of operations research. They also have received the ACM SIGMETRICS 2021 Best Paper Award, the ACM SIGMETRICS 2019 Best Student Paper Award, and the IFIP Performance 2018 Best Student Paper Award. They are a 2023 Siebel Scholar, a fellowship recognizing academic excellence and leadership.

Check out my thesis proposal, which gives a good overview of the core of my research.

Check out my publications, all of which you can download to read.

Check out my blog.

Here’s some art I made: