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Maria Borges


M.Sc. in Information Systems Management

Maria Borges joined the ISE research group early 2018 after finishing her masters in Information Systems Management at the TU Berlin. Before joining ISE as an associate, she worked as a teaching and research assistant at the chair as well. 

Maria's research revolves around continuous software engineering practices and software architecture. Keeping track of personal data processing operations in dynamically emerging microservice architectures can be particularly challenging. Thus, Maria is interested in supporting GDPR compliance by increasing transparency and revealing personal data flows in these continuously evolving systems.  Beyond her main research interest, Maria is also drawn to topics such as API-design and serverless applications.


Jörn Kuhlenkamp and Sebastian Werner and Maria C. Borges and Dominik Ernst (2020). All but One: FaaS Platform Elasticity Revisited. SIGAPP Appl. Comput. Rev.. Association for Computing Machinery, 5–19.

Jörn Kuhlenkamp and Sebastian Werner and Maria C. Borges and Dominik Ernst and Daniel Wenzel (2020). Benchmarking Elasticity of FaaS Platforms as a Foundation for Objective-driven Design of Serverless Applications. Proceedings of The 35th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC '20), March 30-April 3, 2020, Brno, Czech Republic

Jörn Kuhlenkamp and Sebastian Werner and Maria C. Borges and Karim El Tal and Stefan Tai (2019). An Evaluation of FaaS Platforms as a Foundation for Serverless Big Data Processing. Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM 12th International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC '19), December 2–5, 2019, Auckland, New Zealand

Maria C. Borges and Frank Pallas and Marco Peise (2018). Providing Open Environmental Data - The Scalable and Web-Friendly Way. 32nd International Conference on Environmental Information and Communication Technologies (EnviroInfo2018)

M. C. Borges and M.-R. Ulbricht and F. Pallas (2017). When Culture Trumps Economic Laws: Persistent Segmentation of the Mobile Instant Messaging Market. Economics of Grids, Clouds, Systems, and Services. GECON 2016. Springer, Cham, 115–126.

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Maria Borges
Research Associate
sec. EN14
Room EN246
Einsteinufer 17
10587 Berlin
+49 (030) 314-26880