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Best Student Paper Award for Stefan Noll

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10.03.2017 – Within the Student Program of the BTW 2017 conference in Stuttgart, Germany, Stefan Noll received the Best Paper Award. His contribution "Energy Efficiency in Main Memory Databases" reports on the key results of his Master Thesis. The Master Thesis was prepared within the DBIS Group and in the context of the CRC 876 (Project A2).

 

Best Paper Award bei der BTW 2017

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10.03.2017 – At BTW 2017 in Stuttgart, Sebastian Dorok received the Best Paper Award for his Paper "Efficient Storage and Analysis of Genome Data in Databases". The work was done in a collaboration between U Magdeburg, Bayer AG, TU Berlin, and the DBIS Group at TU Dortmund University.

 

Marcel Preuß defends his PhD thesis "Inference-Proof Materialized Views"

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24.08.2016 – The ever-growing availability of data raises increasing expectations toward privacy and secrecy of the stored information. The PhD thesis of Marcel Preuß "Inference-Proof Materialized Views" tackles the involved challenges. In the thesis, Marcel Preuß discusses techniques to maintain secrecy in a provable manner, while still allowing users to access data.
Marcel Preuß defended his thesis on August 24, 2016. We congratulate him to this success and we are proud to have another graduated member in our team.

 

Positions Available as Research/Teaching Assistants (“PhD Students”)

04.02.2016 – Interested in database technology? You're curious about topics like “Big Data”, “modern computer architectures,” “graphics processors,” “FPGAs,” or “parallelism”? You hold a Master's level degree in Computer Science?
We are looking for talented Research/Teaching Assistants to support us in research and teaching.

 

Dagstuhl Proposal "Databases on Future Hardware" Accepted

29.01.2016 – The proposal "Databases on Future Hardware" was accepted as a one-week seminar in the well-known Dagstuhl castle. The seminar will bring together experts from the hardware and software communities to discuss about the future of data-centric systems. The seminar will take place March 5-10, 2017. Co-organizers are Gustavo Alonso (ETH Zurich, CH), Michaela Blott (Xilinx Labs, IE), and Jens Teubner (TU Dortmund University, DE).