I am an Assistant Professor in the ECEE Department at the University of Colorado where I head up the Next Generation Networks (NGN) Group.

I received my Ph.D. in 2011 from the Electrical Engineering department at Princeton University advised by Jennifer Rexford in the Computer Science department. I was supported by an Intel Ph.D. Fellowship. After Princeton, I spent a year as a post-doc in the Computer and Information Science department at the University of Pennsylvania, working with Jonathan Smith.

Research Interests

My research interest is building reliable and secure networked systems, using a cross-layer approach from networking, computer architecture, operating systems, and distributed systems.

Potential Students

I am looking for strong systems students at all levels. See the NGN group page for more info and current focus.


Office: ECOT 351
email: eric.keller@colorado.edu