Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau is the Grace Wahba professor and Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor in the Computer Sciences Department at UW-Madison. He co-leads a research group with Professor Andrea Arpaci-Dusseau. Together, they have graduated 28 Ph.D. students and won numerous best-paper awards; many of their innovations are used by commercial systems. For their work, Andrea and Remzi received the 2018 ACM-SIGOPS Mark Weiser award for "outstanding leadership, innovation, and impact in storage and computer systems research". Remzi was named a Fellow of the ACM for "contributions to storage and computer systems", and a Fellow of the AAAS for "distinguished contributions to computer systems research and development of computing systems with concomitant devotion to computing education for everyone". Remzi has won the SACM Professor-of-the-Year award seven times, the Rosner "Excellent Educator" award, and the Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award. Andrea and Remzi's operating systems book (OSTEP) is free to all, downloaded millions of times yearly, and used at hundreds of institutions worldwide.