Fabián E. Bustamante

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Fabián E. Bustamante
Citizenship United States
Nationality Argentine
Fields Computer Science
Institutions Northwestern University
Alma mater Georgia Institute of Technology
Doctoral advisor Karsten Schwan
Known for Ono, Dasu (P2P)

Fabián E. Bustamante is an Argentinian-American computer scientist specializing in distributed systems and computer networking. He is currently a professor of computer science at Northwestern University.

Career[edit]

Fabián E. Bustamante was born and raised in Argentina. After completing his Licencitura at Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco, he earned a Ph.D. specializing in distributed systems from the Georgia Institute of Technology under Karsten Schwan.

He is best known for his work on peer-to-peer systems and content delivery networks (particularly Ono (P2P)) and for his tool for optimizing DNS performance .[1] He has authored more than 50 papers in various areas of Computer Science.[2] and released over 10 publicly available systems resulting from his research work.

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External links[edit]

  • Personal web page [1]
  • Research group web page [2]