QCRI offers a world-class research environment in a unique and exciting city like Doha.
At QCRI, Georgos is focusing on next generation Big Data Systems with an emphasis on Graph processing systems, and Cloud Computing. Additionally, his research interests include Small Data Architectures and Peer-to-Peer Systems.
Previous to joining QCRI, Georgos was a Researcher at Telefonica Research in Barcelona, Spain working on Peer to Peer and Big Data Systems where among others things he bootstrapped the Grafos.ml open-source project, and worked on a number of telecommunications focused products. While completing his PhD at the University of California, Riverside, Georgos worked on Inter-domain routing problems and the Internet topology.
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