gireeja ranade

I'm a Lecturer in the EECS department at , and I'm teaching the new class EE16a.
I recently finished my PhD in EECS at Berkeley as well, and was fortunate to have as my advisor.
Before Berkeley, I completed my SB in EECS at MIT, and before that I was as at Fergusson College in Pune, India.
My dissertation
Email: gireeja at eecs dot berkeley dot edu
Letters, postcards and saying hi: 264 Cory Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA.
Networking etcetera: LinkedIn

Research projects

My dissertation focused on the fundamental nature of information flows and bottlenecks in systems. I'm also interested in protocols that best allow us to exploit this nature. I'm curious about a lot of other things too, like the Internet of Things, crowdsourcing, spectrum sharing and more. We should talk sometime :).

Control and Information Theory

Protocol Design for Wireless Control


Neuroscience and Brain-Machine Interfaces

Cardiovascular Modeling and Prediction





I've had the good fortune of working with George Verghese's group group at MIT as well as the Carmena Lab at UC Berkeley.

I've been heavily involved with the EEGSA and WICSE at Berkeley, both of which are great communities. Come join us!

I was also involved in starting up EECSPeers. Feel free to reach out to me anytime to talk.

From January to June 2009, I taught computer science in Accra, Ghana at MEST. Here are some pictures.

Consider teaching with the Prison University Project if you are in the Bay Area.