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.

Paper@DSAA 2017

We are happy to announce that our paper “CSAR: The Cross-sectional autoregression model” written by Claudio Hartmann, Martin Hahmann, Dirk Habich, and Wolfgang Lehner has been accepted as full paper at the 4th IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Advanced Analytics (DSAA) in Tokyo, Japan.

Lernraum für Datenbank Grundlagen.

Der Lernraum für die Lehrveranstaltungen “Datenbanken” findet am 20. Juli um 15:00 bis 16:30 Uhr im Raum APB E008 statt.

Papers@VLDB-Workshops

We are happy to announce that three papers have been accepted at VLDB-Workshops/Symposiums that year:

  • Markus Dreseler (HPI), Thomas Kissinger (TU Dresden), Timo Djürken (HPI), Eric Lübke (TU Dresden), Matthias Uflacker (HPI), Dirk Habich (TU Dresden), Hasso Plattner (HPI), and Wolfgang Lehner (TU Dresden): Hardware-Accelerated Memory Operations on Large-Scale NUMA Systems. ADMS 2017 Workshop
  • Ismail Oukid (TU Dresden), Anisoara Nica (SAP SE), Daniel Dos Santos Bossle (UFRGS), Wolfgang Lehner (TU Dresden), Peter Bumbulis (SAP SE), and Thomas Willhalm (Intel): Adaptive Recovery for SCM-Enabled Databases. ADMS Workshop 2017
  • Johannes Luong (TU Dresden), Dirk Habich (TU Dresden) and Wolfgang Lehner (TU Dresden) – AL: Unified Analytics in Domain Specific Terms. DBPL Symposium 2017

Achtung: die diesjährige Klausur Datenbanken findet am 27. Juli 2017 um 14:50 Uhr…

…in den Räumen HSZ/AUDI/H, HSZ/03/H und HSZ/04/H statt. Mehr Informationen findet ihr hier.

Papers@ADBIS 2017

We are happy to announce that our submitted papers for the ADBIS conference have been accepted as short papers. The papers are:

  • Alexander Krause, Thomas Kissinger, Dirk Habich, Wolfgang Lehner: Asynchronous Graph Pattern Matching on Multiprocessor Systems
  • Annett Ungethüm, Patrick Damme, Johannes Pietrzyk, Dirk Habich and Wolfgang Lehner: Balancing Performance and Energy for Lightweight Data Compression Algorithms

ADBS-Vorlesung

Die heutige (29.05.2017) Vorlesung “Architektur von Datenbanksystemen II” entfällt.

Paper@VLDB-PhD Workshop

We are happy to announce that our group member Patrick Damme has been accepted with his PhD topic on „Query Processing Based on Compressed Intermediates“ at the VLDB-PhD workshop 2017.