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Bio: Professor Andrea Arpaci-Dusseau works in the area of computer systems; she has primarily focused on file and storage systems, but has also made significant contributions in distributed systems, virtualization, and scheduling. Andrea has been a professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison since January, 2000. In that time, she has won eleven best-paper awards and, according to csrankings.org, has published the third-most papers in the premier systems conferences (SOSP and OSDI) and the most at the top file and storage conference (FAST). In 2018, Andrea and her colleague and husband, Remzi, received the highest honor in the field of systems, the SIGOPS Mark Weiser award for "outstanding leadership, innovation, and impact in storage and computer systems research". Andrea has co-advised 23 Ph.D. students from UW-Madison and has co-chaired USENIX ATC '04, FAST '07, and OSDI’18. Finally, Andrea cares deeply about education and outreach: she has helped hundreds of UW-Madison undergraduate and graduate students connect with thousands of children in the Madison community through weekly after-school CS Clubs. For this work, she was awarded the UW-Madison Van Hise Outreach Teaching Award in 2017.