Demo@SIGMOD 2018

We are happy to announce that our demo „Energy-Utility Function-Based Resource Control for In-Memory Database Systems LIVE“ has been accepted at SIGMOD 2018. This is a joint demo with the operating system group of Prof. Härtig.


We are happy to announce that our paper “Conflict Detection-based Run-Length Encoding — AVX512-CD Instruction Set in Action” written by Annett Ungethüm, Johannes Pietrzyk, Patrick Damme, Dirk Habich, and Wolfgang Lehner has been accepted at the joint ICDE workshop of HardBD and Active.

Database Systems meet Deep Learning

Im kommenden Sommersemester 2018 bieten wir ein Praktikum (Komplex-, Forschungs-, bzw. Masterpraktikum) zu einem neuen Ansatz an, der die Gebiete Datenbanksysteme und Deep Learning verbinden soll. Eine Beschreibung dazu findet ihr hier. Bei Interesse bitte bei Dirk Habich bzw. Claudio Hartmann melden.

DB-SyA Komplex- bzw. Forschungspraktikum im SS2018

Im kommenden Sommersemester bieten wir wieder ein spannendes SyA-Komplex- bzw. Forschungspraktikum an. Eine Beschreibung findet ihr hier: DB-SyA Praktikum.

Lightning Talk@ICDE 2018

We are happy to announce that we will give a lightning talk at ICDE 2018 about „Teaching In-Memory Database Systems the Detection of Hardware Errors“.


A description of our group and our research activities has been published in SIGMOD record.

Papers@SIGMOD 2018

We are happy to announce that the following papers have been accepted as full papers at the 2018 ACM International Conference of Data (SIGMOD) in Houston, Texas, USA:

  • Thomas Kissinger, Dirk Habich, Wolfgang Lehner: Adaptive Energy-Control for In-Memory Database Systems
  • Till Kolditz, Dirk Habich, Matthias Werner, Stefan De Bruijn, Wolfgang Lehner: AHEAD: Adaptable Data Hardening for On-the-Fly Hardware Error Detection during Query Processing

Successful Keynote@VLDB 2017

Wolfgang Lehner gave a successful keynote at the international conference on very large databases (VLDB 2017) in Munich yesterday.

Honor@EDBT 2017

We are happy to announce that our paper “Lightweight Data Compression Algorithms: An Experimental Survey” written by Patrick Damme, Dirk Habich, Juliana Hildebrandt, and Wolfgang Lehner has been selected as one of the best papers of the EDBT 2017 conference and we are invited to submit an extended version to the ACM Transaction on Database Systems.