Isaac Keslassy

Louis and Miriam Benjamin Chair in Computer-Communication Networks
Viterbi Faculty of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Technion, Israel

Research in Computer Networks, especially
  • Datacenter networks
  • High-performance routers
  • Network device algorithms, e.g. classification, routing, hashing, coding, caching, congestion control, buffer management, and processing.





Current: Undergrad projects: NSSL Lab

Previous: [ECE 044114: Discrete Mathematics for Electrical Engineering | EE 046993: High-Speed Networks (formerly Backbone Networks) | EE 048846 / CS 236819: Selected Topics in Computer Networks (incl. Machine Learning in Computer Networks) | EE 048866: Packet-Switch Architectures (discontinued) | EE 048982: Detection and Counting in High-Speed Networks | EE 049036: Network-on-Chip Seminar | EE 049045: Router Architectures | EE 049060: System Aspects of Computer Networks]


Steering committee chair for the Israel Networking Day.

TPC area chair IEEE Infocom 2023. TPC member ACM SIGCOMM 2024.

Previously: associate editor for the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking; TPC chair for ACM/IEEE ANCS; TPC area chair for IEEE Infocom; TPC member for ACM CoNEXT, IEEE Hot Interconnects, DATE, ACM/IEEE NoCS, COMSNETS.

Member of the Hasso Plattner Institute for Scalable Computing at the Technion.

ERC (European Research Council) Starting Grant (project: GNoC: Towards a Gaussian Network-on-Chip). Yanai Teaching Award. Alon Fellowship.

2015-2016: spent a sabbatical year at VMware Research and Stanford.

Seminar Links

Weekly ceClub seminar.

Short Bio

Isaac Keslassy is a professor at the Viterbi faculty of Electrical & Computer Engineering of the Technion, Israel, and the Louis and Miriam Benjamin Chair in Computer-Communication Networks. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, in 2000 and 2004. His recent research interests include the design and analysis of data-center networks and high-performance routers. He was the recipient of the Allon, Mani, Yanai, and Taub awards, as well as an ERC Starting Grant. He was also the recipient of the test-of-time award at ACM SIGCOMM'15, best papers at IEEE HotI'17, IEEE Computer Architecture Letters'12 and IEEE IWQoS'10, and a best-paper runner-up award at IEEE Infocom'13. He was associate editor for the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, and TPC chair for ACM/IEEE ANCS'14. He is IEEE senior member.


E-mail:   isaac (at)
Phone:   (972) 4-829 5738
Address:   Meyer 903, ECE Technion
  Haifa 32000