Dom Margan

PhD Student. Systems and Graph Data Management.

[~]$ whoami

Dom Margan Hi, my name is Domagoj Margan. I usually go as Dom in real life or domargan in cyberspace.

I am a PhD student in Computer Systems at Department of Computing, Imperial College London, UK.

Feel free to check out my CV.

[~]$ cat ABOUT.txt

I am doing research on graph data management and graph processing systems as a member of Large-Scale Data and Systems Group under the supervision of Prof. Peter Pietzuch and in collaboration with Dr. Jana Giceva from TU Munich. Broadly speaking, the main focus of my work is design and development of efficient streaming graph processing engines. My PhD studies are sponsored by EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in High Performance Embedded and Distributed Systems.

I complemented my PhD research with a 4-month software development internship in Oracle Labs, where I enjoyed working on performance optimisation of Oracle's PGX.D distributed large-scale graph querying engine.

Prior to starting my PhD studies, I obtained MRes degree in Computing from Imperial College London (2016), as well as Master's (2015, Summa Cum Laude) and Bachelor's (2013) degrees in Informatics from my hometown's University of Rijeka.

During my studies in Rijeka, I worked as a research assistant in LangNet group, where I investigated the role of complex networks in natural language processing. I also worked as an assistant in the CNPSLab, where I participated in teaching and development of several systems-related courses at University of Rijeka.

My tools of trade involve modern C++, Emacs, Linux and preferably a mechanical keyboard. In the past I have also worked with go and python. I am interested in many computing-related topics, mostly revolving around large-scale systems of any kind, data management, and graphs.

Apart from those, I enjoy rock climbing, running, cycling, yoga, music, learning about the world, and meeting new people of all cultures, shapes and sizes.

[~]$ ls -t Publications/

Find more about my research on my Google Scholar profile.

[~]$ whereis domargan

Domagoj Margan
Office 346
Huxley Building
Department of Computing
Imperial College London
South Kensington Campus
180 Queen's Gate
London SW7 2AZ
United Kingdom

[~]$ write domargan /dev/pts/0

Any questions, suggestions, or comments are most welcome.

Feel free to contact me by email.

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