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Christian Pinto is a research staff member at IBM Europe in Ireland. His research focuses on composable systems and their impact at the operating system and control plane orchestration layer. Christian's expertise ranges from computer architecture, to operating system, virtualization and cloud infrastructures management. His group at IBM has built a first of its kind hardware memory disaggregation prototype based on IBM POWER9 and OpenCAPI, ThymesisFlow (https://github.com/OpenCAPI/ThymesisFlow). Christian has authored several conference and journal papers as well as patents with focus on composable and disaggregated systems. He has organized the "Latest Trends in Memory Disaggregation'' webinar hosted by the OpenCAPI consortium, and he is the organizer of the COMPSYS workshop on composable systems co-located with the IPDPS 2022 conference. Christian holds a PhD in computer engineering from University of Bologna, Italy.