Anastasia Braginsky is a Research Scientist with the Red Hat Research team. She is based in Haifa, Israel. Her main research interests span parallel programming and concurrent data structures for multi-core architecture, scalable systems, and platforms for big data processing, including scalable key-value stores. Prior to participating in Red Hat research projects, she contributed to open source projects (HBase, Oak), published papers in academic conferences and journals, and also served as a PC member in first-tier conferences in her field of expertise. Anastasia received her B.A. (summa cum laude) and Ph.D. (direct track) from the Faculty of Computer Science at Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, in 2004 and 2015 respectively. Her Ph.D. is in the field of distributed and parallel computing and focuses on concurrent, non-blocking data structures and their memory management. Prior to her graduate studies (2002-2009) she was a CAD Tools developer at Intel and later a microcode developer in the storage group at IBM Haifa Research Lab (HRL). After PhD graduation (2015-2022) she worked as a Senior Research Scientist in the Search Systems Research team in Yahoo! Research Lab.
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