We got two more publications on recent research results accepted as posters at EDBT.
"A Data Mining Approach to Choosing Categorical Attributes for Ranked Lists."
"Quantifying Likelihood of Change through Update Propagation across Top-k Rankings."
See you in March at EDBT 2016 in Bordeaux, France!
In the upcoming winter term 2015/16 we are offering again our Information Systems (IS) Project 2015/16, the lecture Datenbanksysteme 2015/16 (in German) formerly called Datenbankanwendung, and a seminar on Big Data research. Registration for the seminar and the project is possible until end of September 2015.
Our work on reverse engineering top-k database queries got accepted as a full paper at EDBT 2016.
We received an AWS educational grant by Amazon for our Distributed Data Management (DDM) lecture that will be held in summer term 2015.