The project moved from the University of Oxford to the University of Zurich along with the principal investigator and a few existing members of the team. Several current members continue to work at the University of Oxford, while other current members work at the University of Edinburgh.
Keynote on machine learning over relational data at VLDB 2020 in September 2020.
Our paper entitled Counting Triangles under Updates in Worst-Case Optimal Time received the best paper award at ICDT 2019.
Keynote on machine learning over relational data at ICDT 2019 in Lisbon in March 2019.
Research positions (both PhD and postdoctoral) available in our research group! Please contact Professor Dan Olteanu (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
From Joins to Aggregates and Optimization Problems
The course introduces recent development on solving a host of computational problems in the database. The unifying theme underlying this development is the use of the structure of the problem to avoid redundancy in data representation and computation.Read More..
Research Projects (26-minute video overview)
Karen is the official project administrator.
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.
Antonia earned her MSc in Computer Science and BSc in Computer Engineering and Informatics from University of Patras, Greece. She is a second year PhD student at the University of Oxford.
Milos earned his PhD from EPFL in database systems and in particular efficient incremental maintenance. He was a departmental lecturer in Computer Science at Oxford from Sept 2016 to Aug 2018 before joining the University of Edinburgh as a tenure-track lecturer in Databases.
Dan earned his PhD from the University of Munich. He was a professor of Computer Science at the University of Oxford since 2007 before joining the University of Zurich in 2020. He is the head of the FDB 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 PhD in Computer Science from Oxford in 2020 on the topic of in-database analytics. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Amir earned his PhD from EPFL in 2018. He is a departmental lecturer in Computer Science at Oxford from Jan 2019. His contribution to the project is on compilation techniques for hybrid databases and machine learning workloads.
Haozhe earned his MSc in Computer Science from Oxford. He is currently a third year PhD student and contributes to incremental maintenance of analytical workloads.
Djordje Zivanovic earned his MSc in Electrical engineering and Computer Science and BSc in Electrical engineering from University of Belgrade, Serbia. He is a second year PhD student and contributes to in-database linear algebra.