Maximiliano Geier

Maximiliano Geier



Maximiliano Geier recieved his MSc. in Computer Science at the University of Buenos Aires in 2011. He is currently a PhD student at the same university, working on the analysis of the impact of network topology on MPI applications under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Esteban Mocskos. He is currently a guest researcher at the URPP Social Networks group, working with Prof. Dr. Claudio Tessone.


Research interests

  • Distributed Systems
  • Computer Networks
  • Internet of Things
  • Fog/Edge Computing Paradigms
  • Blockchain Systems



M. Geier, and E. Mocskos: "SherlockFog: Finding Opportunities for MPI Applications in Fog and Edge Computing", In Latin American High Performance Computing Conference,  pp. 185-199. Springer, Cham, 2017.
M. Da Silva, S. Nesmachnow, M. Geier, E. Mocskos, J. Angiolini, V. Levi, and A. Cristobal: "Efficient fluorescence microscopy analysis over a volunteer grid/cloud infrastructure", In Latin American High Performance Computing Conference, pp. 113-127. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2014.
M. Geier, M, L. Nussbaum, and M. Quinson: "On the Convergence of Experimental Methodologies for Distributed Systems: Where do we stand?", In WATERS-4th International Workshop on Analysis Tools and Methodologies for Embedded and Real-time Systems, 2013.



"Improving capabilities of P2P Volunteer Computing Platform" Workshop on Dynamic Networks 2013, Facultad de Ingenierı́a (UBA) e ITBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 2013.
"Monitoring and resource information as a key component for scalable  distributed systems" I Jornadas de Cloud Computing, La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 2013.