DB&IS Seminar 2016/17

Seminar on recent developments in Databases and Information Systems.

To attend this seminar, students need to register according to the registration procedure explained below. After the end of the registration process, participants are selected and informed. Each selected student will get assigned one research paper that needs to be presented in a 45min presentation (plus 15min for questions) at the end of the semester. Finally, also a short report (4 pages) about the presented paper needs to be submitted, latest two weeks after the presentation.

 

News

Date News             
23.01.2017

Deadline for sending the final presentation slides to the tutors is 3rd February.

20.01.2017

Final presentation schedule is updated.

17.01.2017

Final presentation schedule is published. As mentioned in kickoff meeting, students from Seminar II are not allowed to attend the presentations from Seminar I and vice-versa. Attending all the presentations from student's own seminar slot is mandatory.

07.12.2016

The latex template is uploaded. 

26.10.2016

Kickoff slides is uploaded. 

05.10.2016

Assignment of the papers are published. Due to large number of registrations, there will be two seminar slots. 

 01.08.2016

 Registration Information Published

 

Prerequisites

  • Participants should have successfully attended the core lecture Datenbanksysteme (database systems) or equivalent.
  • Having attended the beginners course Informationssysteme (information systems), or equivalent, is assumed anyway.

 

Information on the Registration Process

  • This seminar is offered in Wintersemester 2016/17
  • The number of participants is limited.
  • Registration is not done on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • In order to register, download this json template registration file, rename it to yourmatriculationnumber.json, edit it to reflect your information and send it as attachment via email to Koninika Pal (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Use the paper ids from the following table to specifiy your preference for at least three papers. Please use your official university email account @cs.uni-kl.de or @rhrk.uni-kl.de to register and to send the email. 
  • Registration due September 30 (no extensions).
  • Soon after the end of the registration we will let you know whether or not you got a slot in the seminar.

 

List of papers 

Papers Tutor Seminar I  Seminar II

"Estimating the Impact of Unknown Unknowns on Aggregate Query Results",

Yeounoh Chung et al. , SIGMOD 2016. pdf

Prof. Sebastian Michel   Jayanna Praveenkumar

 "PABIRS: A Data Access Middleware for Distributed File Systems",

Sai Wu et al., ICDE 2015. pdf

Weiping Qu    Thomas Psota

"S-Store: Streaming Meets Transaction Processing", 

John Meehan et al. VLDB 2015. pdf

Weiping Qu Aniket Mohapatra  

 "How Good Are Query Optimizers, Really?",

Viktor Leis et al., VLDB 2016. pdf

Prof. Theo Härder Viktor Barie Nikolay Grechanov

 "Leveraging Lock Contention to Improve OLTP Application Performance",

C. Yan et al., VLDB 2016. pdf

Prof. Theo Härder Fahim Mahmood Mir  Muhammad Hisham Qureshi Hashmi 

 "AsterixDB: A Scalable, Open Source BDMS",

Sattam Alsubaiee et al, VLDB(2014). pdf

Prof. Stefan Deßloch  Peter Brucker Daniel Kern 

"Closing the functional and Performance Gap between SQL and NoSQL",

Zhen Hua Liu et al., SIGMOD 2016. pdf

Prof. Stefan Deßloch Zaryab Iftekhar  Nico Schäfer

"An Efficient MapReduce Cube Algorithm for Varied Data Distributions",

Tova Milo et al., SIGMOD 2016. pdf

Koninika Pal Venkatesh Damodar Pai Veena Shukla

"Augmented Sketch: Faster and More Accurate Stream Processing",

Pratanu Roy et al., SIGMOD 2016" pdf

Koninika Pal   Frank Tillmanns 

  

 Organization of Seminar

Important Dates Events
30.09.2016     Deadline for registration
By 09.10.2016 Notification of assigned papers
26.10.2016     Mandatory kickoff meeting at 15:00 in 36/336. (Slides)
11.11.2016 Deadline for first meeting with tutor,  submit before a 5000-5500 character summary of the paper in own words, plus rough outline of presentation 
09.12.2016 Deadline for slide preparation (nothing left to do)
13.01.2016 Deadline for peer review 
13.02 - 15.02.2017  Final presentations in 36/336.
2 weeks after presentations Deadline for submitting final report. You can find the latex template and the preview here. (Tex file, Preview)

 

 Presentation Schedule

Seminar I
 13.02.17  09:30-10:30   "How Good Are Query Optimizers, Really?"  Viktor Barie
 10:30-11:30 "S-Store:Streaming Meets Transaction Processing"  Aniket Mohapatra
 
 13:30-14:30  "An Efficient MapReduce Cube Algorithm for Varied Data Distributions"  Venkatesh Damodar Pai
 14:30-15:30  "Leveraging Lock Contention to Improve OLTP Application Performance"  Fahim Mahmood Mir 
 14.02.17   09:30-10:30  "Closing the functional and Performance Gap between SQL and NoSQL"  Nico Schäfer
 10:30-11:30  "AsterixDB:A Scalable, Open Source BDMS"  Peter Brucker
 Seminar II 
 14.02.17    13:30-14:30  "PABIRS: A Data Access Middleware for Distributed File Systems"  Thomas Psota 
 14:30-15:30  "Closing the functional and Performance Gap between SQL and NoSQL"  Zaryab Iftekhar
 15:40-16:40   "Leveraging Lock Contention to Improve OLTP Application Performance"  Muhammad Hisham Qureshi Hashmi
 15.02.17   09:30-10:30  "An Efficient MapReduce Cube Algorithm for Varied Data Distributions"  Veena Shukla 
 10:30-11:30  "Estimating the Impact of Unknown Unknowns on Aggregate Query Results"  Jayanna Praveenkumar
 
 13:30-14:30  "AsterixDB: A Scalable, Open Source BDMS"   Daniel Kern 
 14:30-15:30  "Augmented Sketch: Faster and More Accurate Stream Processing"  Frank Tillmanns  
 15:40-16:40  "How Good Are Query Optimizers, Really?"   Nikolay Grechanov

 

Contact

 

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