Awards

Honours

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2019

Invited to ACM TODS special issue of best papers at PODS 2019.


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2019

Invited to ACM TODS special issue of best papers at ICDT 2019.


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2018

Invited to ACM TODS special issue of best papers at PODS 2018.



Student Awards

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October 2019

Gabriel-Robert Ineluş 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 ]



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July 2018

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.


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June 2018

Maximilian Schleich received a travel award to attend the DEEM workshop@SIGMOD 2018.


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October 2016

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.


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September 2016

Maximilian Schleich received a travel award to attend VLDB 2016 in New Delhi.


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May 2016

Maximilian Schleich received a SIGMOD travel grant to attend SIGMOD in San Francisco in June 2016.


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March 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.


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September 2015

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.


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October 2013

Laura Draghici was awarded the Hoare Prize for best MSc in CS project 2013. Her project investigates the problem of updates in factorised databases.


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September 2012

Tomáš Kočiský was awarded the Gloucester Research Project Prize for best 4th year Maths&CS project 2012. His project investigates the evaluation problem for queries with ORDER-BY and GROUP-BY clauses on factorised databases.