Welcome to the website of the Chair of Databases!

The Database Systems Group Dresden (Chair of Database) at the Institute of Systems Architecture of the Faculty of Computer Science at TU Dresden was established in 2002 and is lead by Prof. Wolfgang Lehner.

Research activities conducted by the database systems group focus on the problem of adding application-specific functionality to the classical concept of a database management system. The general goal of research activities is the development of a database management system that will be the central integration and analysis platform within an enterprise-wide data organization system.

We are pleased to present exciting research topics and publications. In the section Teaching we provide information about current Courses and Thesis Topics of the chair.

Latest News

SHK gesucht

Wir suchen für das FREDDY -Projekt noch studentische Programmierer, die Lust haben Sie mit dem Retrofitten von Word Embeddings auseinanderzusetzen. Konkret soll eine Web-Frontend weiterentwickelt werden, dass die einzelnen Schritte des Retroffitting-Prozess sichtbar macht. Python-Kenntnisse sind von Vorteil.

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Seminarthemen für SS’19 online

Im kommenden Sommersemester bieten wir ein spannendes Pro- und
Hauptseminar zum Thema “Machine Learning for Database Systems” an.

ADBS Übung 15.01.2019

Die Übung entfällt heute.

Wiederholungsklausur Datenbanken am 7. Februar

Die Wiederholungsklausur Datenbanken findet am 7. Februar um 11:10-12:40 Uhr im HSZ03 statt.

Two Accepted Papers@BTW’19

We are happy to announce that our papers and “Fast Approximated Nearest Neighbor Joins For Relational Database Systems” written by Michael Günther, Maik Thiele and Wolfgang Lehner and “Fighting the Duplicates in Hashing: Conflict Detection-aware Vectorization of Linear Probing” written by Johannes Pietrzyk, Annett Ungethüm, Dirk Habich and Wolfgang Lehner has been accepted as full paper at BTW 2019.

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Research

Current research projects of our group.

Teaching

Lectures, courses, and theses.

Publications

Recent and Selected Publications.

Our Group

Current group members and alumni.