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CV Guillermo Marshall

Guillermo Marshall is  Professor and Head of the Complex System Laboratory, Computer Science Department, Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, and Principal Career Investigator at the National Research Council of Argentina. He received his Civil Engineering degree from the University of Buenos Aires and his M. Sc. (Engineering) and Ph. D. (Engineering) degrees from the University of Delft in the Netherlands. His previous positions include: Guest Investigator at the Rockefeller University and Research Associate at Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (NYU). He was Visiting Scholar or Professor at Department of Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley; Physique Theorique, University of Geneva; Ecole Polytechnique at Palaiseau, France; Center for Nonlinear Dynamics, Department of Physics, University of Texas, Austin; Chemistry and Physics Departments, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Cornell Theory Center, Cornell University; Informatique, Universite de Geneve, Physical Chemistry Department, Universitat de Barcelona;  Physics and Astronomy and School of Mathematics Departments, University of Manchester, UK; and  Trinity College, Dublin. He is the author or co-author of over 200 publications including 4 books. His present research interests include computational complex systems in the life sciences and parallel computation in distributed systems. He is a Fulbright Scholar and a recipient of a Thalmann fellowship from the University of Buenos Aires.


Selected publications


G. Marshall, P. Mocskos, H. L. Swinney and J. M. Huth, Buoyancy and Electrical Driven Convection Models in Thin-layer Electrodeposition, Phys. Rev. E 59 (1999) 2157.

J. C. Bradley, S. Dengra, G. A. Gonzalez, G. Marshall and F. V. Molina, Ion transport and deposit growth in spatially coupled bipolar electrochemistry, J. Electroanal. Chem. 478 (1999) 128.

S. Dengra, G. Marshall and F. Molina, Front tracking in thin-layer electrodeposition, J. of the Physical. Society of Japan 69 (2000) 963 .

G. González, G. Marshall, F. V. Molina, S. Dengra and M. Rosso, Viscosity effects in thin-layer electrodeposition,  J. of the Electrochemical Society, 148 (2001) C479.

G. Gonzalez, G. Marshall, F. V. Molina and S. Dengra, Transition from  gravito- to  electroconvective regimes in  thin-layer electrodeposition, Phys. Rev. E  65, 051607 (2002).

G. D. Santiago, A. L. Peuriot , G. Marshall y F. Molina, Simulación  numérica del transporte iónico en electrodeposición en condiciones más realísticas, Revista de Métodos Numéricos para Cálculo y Diseño en Ingeniería, Vol. 19, 2, (2003) 159-170, Universidad Politécnica de Barcelona, España.

G. Marshall, E. Mocskos, F. V. Molina and S. Dengra, The Three-Dimensional Nature of Ion Transport in Electrochemical Deposition, Phys. Rev., E 68, (2003), 021607.

G. Marshall, A. Soba and F. V. Molina , Ion transport in thin-cell electrodeposition: modelling three-ion electrolytes in dense branched morphology under constant voltage and current conditions, Electrochimica Acta, Vol 50/16-17 (2005) 3436.

G. Marshall, E. Mocskos, G. Gonzalez, S. Dengra, F. V. Molina and C. Iemmi, Stable, quasi-stable and unstable physicochemical hydrodynamic flows in thin-layer cell electrodeposition, Electrochimica Acta, Volume 51, Issue 15, 1 April 2006, Pages 3058-3065.

G. González , A. Soba, G. Marshall , F. V. Molina and M. Rosso,  Dense branched morphology in electrochemical deposition in a thin cell vertically oriented,  Electrochimica Acta, V 53  Issue:  1,  2007  pp.  133-140

L. Colombo, G. González,  G. Marshall, F. Molina, A. Soba, C. Suárez, and  P. Turjanski, Ion transport in tumors under electrochemical treatment: in vivo, in vitro and in silico modeling, Bioelectrochemistry, V.  71,  2  (2007)  pp. 223-232.

S. Gutman Grinbank, G. Díaz Costanzo, A. Soba, G. A. González, G. Marshall, “Electrodeposition in highly viscous media: Experiments and Simulations”.  Journal of Electrostatics · Volume 67, Issue 4, July 2009, Pages 672-677

Fernández Slezak D, Suárez C, Soba A, Risk M, Marshall G; “Numerical Simulation of Avascular Tumor Growth”; Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, http://www.iop.org/EJ/toc/1742-6596/90/1 2007.

M.  Risk, D.Fernández Slezak, P. Turjanski, A. Panelli, RAM Taborda, and G. Marshall. Time Series Calculation of Heart Rate Using Multi Rate FIR Filters. In Computers in Cardiology, 2007, pp. 541-544.

 E. Mocskos and G. Marshall, Impact of gravity in thin-layer cell electrodeposition, Electronic Transactions in Numerical Analysis, ETNA, Vol. 34 (2008-2009), pp. 90-101.

P. Turjanski, N. Olaiz, P. Abou-Adal, C. Suarez, M. Risk, and G.Marshall pH Front Tracking in the Electrochemical Treatment (EChT) of Tumors: Experiments and Simulations, Electrochimica Acta 54 (2009) 6199-6206.

N. Olaiz, C. Suarez, M. Risk,and G.Marshall, Tracking Protein Denaturation Fronts in the Electrochemical Treatment (EChT) of Tumors,  Electrochem. Commun., 12 (2010) 94-97.

 M.L.Fernández, G.Marshall, F.Sagués and R.Reigada, Structural and kinetic molecular dynamics study of electroporation in cholesterol-containing bilayers,  Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2010, 114, 6855–6865.

D. Fernandez Slezak, C. Suarez, G. A. Cecchi, G. Marshall, and G. Stolovitzky, When the optimal is not the best: parameter estimation in complex biological models, PLoS ONE 5(10): e13283. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0013283.

N. Olaiz, F. Maglietti, C. Suárez, F. Molina, D. Miklavcic, L. Mir, and G. Marshall, Electrochemical treatment of tumors using a one-probe two-electrode device, Electrochimica Acta 55 (2010) 6010-6014.

G. Marshall y C. Suarez, Terapias alternativas contra el cáncer basadas en la aplicación de campos eléctricos, Revista Ciencia Hoy, Vol 20, Nro. 115, Marzo-Abril, 2010, pp 42-49.

E. Mocskos, G. González, F. V. Molina, G. Marshall, Numerical and Experimental Studies of ECD Quasi-Stable Growth, J Electroanalytical Chemistry, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 653 (2011) 27–39.

P. Turjanski, N. Olaiz, F. Maglietti, S. Michinski, C. Suarez1, F. V. Molina, G. Marshall, The Role of pH Fronts in Reversible Electroporation,  PLoS ONE, April 2011 Volume 6, Issue 4, e17303