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 talk at the end of the semester. Finally, also a short report about the presented paper needs to be submitted, the latest weeks after the presentation.
- 2022-04-29 LaTeX Template uploaded
- 2022-04-29 Kickoff slides and the first set of deadlines published
- 2022-04-20 Assigned papers
- 2022-03-14 Added papers
- 2022-02-17 Page created
Dates and Deadlines
- 2 weeks after presentations Final report
- 2022-07-26 Presentation days
- 2 days before presentation Final version of the slides
- 2022-07-08 No-left-todo version of the slides
- 2022-05-27 Meeting with supervisor
- 2022-04-29 10:00 Kickoff Meeting
- 2022-04-15 Registration to the Seminar
Information on the Registration Process
- This seminar is offered in the summer semester of 2022.
- The number of participants is limited.
- Registration is not done on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Registration due 2022-04-15
- Soon after the end of the registration, we will let you know whether or not you got a slot in the seminar.
|3||Ember: No-Code Context Enrichment via Similarity-Based Keyless Joins||Christoph Kellerhals||Sebastian Michel||Link|
|4||A-Tree: A Dynamic Data Structure for Efficiently Indexing Arbitrary Boolean Expressions||Maria Gomez||Angjela Davitkova||Link|
|5||UpBit: Scalable In-Memory Updatable Bitmap Indexing||Paula Fleischer||Gajendra Doniparthi||Link|
|7||The next 50 Years in Database Indexing or: The Case for Automatically Generated Index Structures||Tiancheng Fang||Michael Hohenstein||Link|
|8||PolarDB Serverless: A Cloud Native Database for Disaggregated Data Centers||Ghad Niyomwungeri||Patrick Hansert||Link|
|9||Reducing Ambiguity in Json Schema Discovery||Steffen Menne||Nico Schäfer||Link|
|10||Babelfish: Efficient Execution of Polyglot Queries||Pranaya Tomar||Stefan Deßloch||Link|
You have to be in the University's VPN (full tunnel) for accessing some of the papers.
- Participants should have successfully attended the core lecture Datenbanksysteme (database systems) or equivalent.
- Having attended the beginner's course Informationssysteme (information systems), or equivalent, is assumed anyway.