We received an unrestricted gift from
to support our work on in-database machine learning.
We received an EPSRC industrial CASE award from Ordnance Survey. Thank you Ordnance Survey! This 4-year fully funded scholarship supports the PhD student Antonia Kormpa starting October 2018.
We acknowledge relationalAI for their unlimited support of our research on factorised databases.
We received a Microsoft Azure research grant via The Alan Turing Institute. Thank you Microsoft and Turing! This grant supports our extensive experimentation for the systems developed in our project, including F-IVM for incremental maintenance and F for in-database analytics.
We received a Fondation Wiener Anspach grant jointly with Sijn Vansummeren of Free University of Brussels. This grant supports the postdoc Ahmet Kara (Oct 2017 - Sept 2018).
The postdoctoral researcher Radu Ciucanu has been supported by the DBOnto EPSRC platform grant (June 2015 - June 2016).
We received a prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant worth almost 2 Million Euro to work on foundations of factorized data management systems. This grant supports Professor Dan Olteanu from June 2016 to May 2021, PhD student Max Schleich (starting June 2016), PhD student Haozhe Zhang (starting Oct 2017), Postdoc Ahmet Kara (starting Sept 2016), Postdoc Amir Payberach (April-Aug 2017), Lecturer Milos Nikolic (starting Oct 2016), PhD student Dorde Zivanovic (starting Oct 2018), and Postdoc Fabian Peternek (starting March 2018).
The PhD student Yu Tang has been supported by the VADA EPSRC programme grant (Oct 2015 - April 2017).
We received an AWS in Education Research grant. Thank you Amazon! This award supported some of our experiments on in-database analytics during summer and fall of 2015.
LogicBlox has supported our project from September 2014 to August 2017 via our continuous collaboration, exposure to real-world technical challenges, real-world datasets, and support for some of our research visits to their North-American labs.
We received a Google Research Award. Thank you Google! This award has supported Maximilian Schleich for his first PhD year (Oct 2015-June 2016) and also a series of visits by collaborators.