Working at QCRI gives me lots of freedom and resources to pursue my research goals. Qatar is a thriving country, with an intriguing mix of modernity and tradition.
· Distributed systems for graph mining and graph analytics
· Elastic database management systems (Accordion, E-Store, Clay)
· Replication and coordination in distributed systems.
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Marco has been or will be PC member of Eurosys 2016, ICDCS 2016, ICDE 2016, SRDS 2106, IC2E 2016, SIGMOD 2016 demo, ICDCS 2015, WWW 2015, SRDS 2015, OPODIS 2014, SSS 2014, Middleware 2012 (Industry track), EDCC 2012, SOFSEM 2011
He is the co-PC chair of the PaPoC 2015 workshop (Principles and Practice of Consistency for Distributed Data), colocated with Eurosys 2015
Nominated for the “Best PhD Thesis of 2010” by the German, Swiss and Austrian Computer Science societies and the German chapter of ACM for PhD thesis titled “Efficient and Low-Cost Fault-Tolerance for Web-Based Systems”
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