Invited to ACM TODS special issue of best papers at ICDT 2019.
Invited to ACM TODS special issue of best papers at PODS 2018.
Our paper "Factorized Representations of Query Results: Size Bounds and Readability" (by Dan Olteanu and Jakub Závodný) received the ICDT 2022 Test of Time Award. This award recognizes a paper presented 10 years prior at the ICDT conference that has best met the "test of time" and had the highest impact in terms of research, methodology, conceptual contribution, or transfer to practice over the past decade.
Maximilian Schleich was Highly Commended in the competition for the CPHC/BCS 2020 Distinguished Dissertation Award. Each year, BCS and the Conference of Professors and Heads of Computing (CPHC) award the best UK PhD/DPhil dissertations in computer science that stand out for their excellence.
Maximilian Schleich received an Honourable Mention for the 2021 SIGMOD Jim Gray Doctoral Dissertation Award for his DPhil dissertation entitled "Structure-Aware Learning over Multi-Relational Databases". The award recognizes excellent research by doctoral candidates in the database field.
Gabriel-Robert Inelus was awarded Microsoft Prize for best 4th-year Computer Science project 2019. His project investigates factorised learning of low-rank models (so-called quadratically regularised principal component analysis) over multi-relational databases. [ pdf ]
Our paper Counting Triangles under Updates in Worst-Case Optimal Time received the best paper award at ICDT 2019.
Radu-Bogdan Berteanu received the Microsoft Prize for best 4th-year Computer Science Project. His project tackles the problem of computing covers, which are succinct, lossless, relational representations for query results in relational databases.
Maximilian Schleich received a travel award to attend the DEEM workshop@SIGMOD 2018.
Pierre-Yves Bigourdan was awarded the Hoare Prize for best MSc in CS project 2016. His project investigates the problem of many-core and distributed regression learning over factorised joins.
Maximilian Schleich received a travel award to attend VLDB 2016 in New Delhi.
Maximilian Schleich received a SIGMOD travel grant to attend SIGMOD in San Francisco in June 2016.
Maximilian Schleich received the honourable mention (2nd place out of 17 submissions) from Vienna Centre for Logic and Algorithms (VCLA) International Student Awards for Outstanding Master Thesis.
Maximilian Schleich was awarded the Hoare Prize for best MSc in CS project 2015. His project investigates the problem of learning linear regression models over factorised joins.
Laura Draghici was awarded the Hoare Prize for best MSc in CS project 2013. Her project investigates the problem of updates in factorised databases.