Isaac Grosof

Tennenbaum Postdoctoral Fellow


 ISyE Main 325


  • Ph.D. Computer Science (2023), Carnegie Mellon University
  • M.E. Computer Science (2017), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • B.S. Computer Science (2017), Massachusetts Institute of Technology


  • Queueing Theory


Dr. Isaac Grosof is the Tennenbaum Postdoctoral Fellow in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech. Before Georgia Tech, Isaac received their PhD at Carnegie Mellon University, where they were advised by Dr. Mor Harchol-Balter.

Isaac's research interests lie in Applied Probability, and more specifically queueing Theory, especially scheduling Theory and multiserver queueing systems. Isaac focuses on theoretical problems with applications towards large-scale computing systems, including cloud computing, datacenters, and supercomputing.

Awards and Honors

  • 2023 Siebel Scholar Award
  • 2022 INFORMS George Nicholson Award (Best Student Paper)
  • 2021 ACM SIGMETRICS Best Paper Award
  • 2019 ACM SIGMETRICS Best Student Paper Award
  • 2018 IFIP Performance Best Student Paper Award