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Ness B. Shroff received his Ph.D. degree from Columbia University, NY in 1994 and joined Purdue university immediately thereafter as an Assistant Professor. At Purdue, he became Professor of the school of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2003 and director of CWSA in 2004, a university-wide center on wireless systems and applications. In July 2007, he joined the ECE and CSE departments at The Ohio State University, where he holds the Ohio Eminent Scholar Chaired Professorship of Networking and Communications. From 2009-2012, he also served as a Guest Chaired professor of Wireless Communications at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, and currently holds an honorary Guest professor at Shanghai Jiaotong University in China. Dr. Shroff's research interests span the areas of communication, social, and cyberphysical networks. He is especially interested in fundamental problems in the design, control, performance, pricing, and security of these networks. He currently serves as editor-at-large in the IEEE/ACM Trans. on Networking, and also on the editorial boards of IEEE Transactions on Control of Networked Systems, IEEE Network Magazine, and the Network Science journal. He has served on the technical and executive committees of several major conferences and workshops. For example, he was the technical program co-chair of IEEE INFOCOM'03, the premier conference in communication networking, the technical program co-chair of ACM Mobihoc 2008, the General co-chair of WICON'08, and the conference chair of IEEE CCW'99. He has served as a keynote speaker and panelist on several major conferences in the networking area. Dr. Shroff was also a co-organizer of the NSF workshop on Fundamental Research in Networking in 2003, and the NSF workshop on the Future of Wireless Networks in 2009. Dr. Shroff is a Fellow of the IEEE, and a National Science Foundation CAREER awardee. In 2014, he received the IEEE INFOCOM achievement award for seminal contributions to scheduling and resource allocation in wireless networks. His papers have received numerous awards at top-tier venues. For example, he received the best paper award at IEEE INFOCOM 2006 and IEEE INFOCOM 2008 and runner-up awards at IEEE INFOCOM 2005 and IEEE INFOCOM 2013, and the best paper of the year in the journal of Communication and Networking (2005) and in Computer Networks (2003). His papers have also received the best student paper award (from all papers whose first author is a student) at IEEE WIOPT 2013, IEEE WiOPT 2012, and IEEE IWQoS 2006. Dr. Shroff is among the list of highly cited researchers from Thomson Reuters ISI and in Thomson Reuters Book on The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds in 2014.