BioB.S. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, 1984M.S. Duke University, 1985Ph.D. Duke University, 1988
Malathi Veeraraghavan's laboratory at UVA is called High-Speed Networks (HSN). Her research group currently works on network security, software-defined networks, and networks for smart/connected communities and industrial robotics. She has recently started working on precision oncology. She leads a large DARPA project for cyber hunting at scale using federated privacy-preserving machine-learning methods. She received her BTech degree from Indian Institute of Technology (Madras) in 1984, and MS and Ph.D. degrees from Duke University in 1985 and 1988, respectively. After a ten-year career at Bell Laboratories, she served on the faculty at Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, New York from 1999-2002, where she won the Jacobs award for excellence in education in 2002. She served as Director of the Computer Engineering Program at U.Va from 2003-2006. She holds 30 patents, has over 130 publications and has received six Best paper awards. She served as the Technical Program Committee Co-Chair for the High-Speed Networking Symposium in IEEE ICC 2013, as Technical Program Committee Chair for IEEE ICC 2002 and Associate Editor for the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking. She was General Chair for IEEE Computer Communications Workshop in 2000, and served as an Area Editor for IEEE Communication Surveys. She served as Editor of IEEE ComSoc e-News and as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Reliability from 1992-1994.