Research positions (both PhD and postdoctoral) available in our research group! Please contact Professor Dan Olteanu (email@example.com) for details.
FDB: Factorised DatabasesDepartment of Computer Science, University of Oxford
We investigate foundational and systems aspects of scalable data management at the confluence of compression, distribution, and approximation for mixed query and machine learning workloads on relational data.
Research Projects ( 26-minute video overview)
Karen is the official project administrator.
Antonia earned her MSc in Computer Science and BSc in Computer Engineering and Informatics from University of Patras, Greece. She is a first year PhD student.
Ahmet earned his PhD from the University of Dortmund in the area of Logics and Automata on data words and data trees and their applications in formal system verification. He contributes to the principles of factorized computation and its incremental maintenance.
Milos earned his PhD from EPFL in database systems and in particular efficient incremental maintenance. He is a departmental lecturer in Computer Science at Oxford. He contributes to all aspects of the FDB project, with a current focus on incremental maintenance of analytical workloads.
Dan earned his PhD from the University of Munich in the area of database systems and in particular streaming evaluation and optimization of XML query languages. He is a professor of Computer Science at Oxford and has been the head of the FDB project since its inception in 2010 and contributes to all aspects of the project.
Fabian earned his PhD from the University of Edinburgh in 2018 in the area of grammar-based compression of graphs. After completion he joined the FDB project as a postdoc in March 2018.
Max earned his MSc in Computer Science from Oxford. He is currently a third year PhD student and contributes to in-database analytics.
Yu earned his MPhil in Computer Science from The University of Hong Kong. He is a third year PhD student and contributes to principles of factorized data representation.
Haozhe earned his MSc in Computer Science from Oxford. He is currently a second year PhD student and contributes to incremental maintenance of analytical workloads.
Djordje Zivanovic earned his MSc in Electrical engineering and Computer Science from University of Belgrade, in 2018 and BSc in Electrical engineering and Computer Science from University of Belgrade in 2017. He is a first year PhD student and contributes to In-Database Linear Algebra.