Marc Garbiras is a computer scientist in the Software and Analytics group at GE Research in Niskayuna, NY. He is a researcher in the areas of risk and value management and model-driven software systems as they apply to the diverse set of GE businesses and services. His work focuses on the rapid creation and extension of software products and services across GE, to maximize sustainable business financial results through risk identification, quantification and response selection.
During the past 21 years at GE Research, Marc has collaborated with several GE businesses as well as government agencies on work spanning autonomic logistics systems, intelligent user interfaces, simulation and optimization based decision support systems, and CSA portfolio evaluation. He is a Franz Edelman Award finalist for his work in optimal sales plan generation for NBC (2001) and again for his work in rail scheduling systems with GE Transportation (2017), for which he also received the GE Research Dushman award (2010). He holds both B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science, from the University of Notre Dame and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, respectively.
Marc enjoys home improvement, wood-working, running and general fitness activities. He lives in Clifton Park, NY with his two children Logan, and Hailey.