The Brown Department of Computer Science is hosting several database talks this semester:
|October 23rd||Dept Talk||Dean Hachamovitch|
|October 30th||Guest Speaker — Events and Patterns in Noisy Sequences||Tingjian Ge|
|November 13th||Guest Speaker||Tom Trikalinos|
|November 20th||Guest Speaker||Gerome Miklau|
|December 4th||Guest Speaker||Uwe Rohm|
Please see the Brown CS event calendar for more details and times.
The New England database community will hold the sixth annual New England Database Summit on February 1st at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In this all day conference-style event, participants from the research community and industry in the New England area come together to present ideas and discuss their research and experiences. The event will feature keynotes from Phil Bernstein (Distinguished Scientist, Microsoft Research) and Mike Cafarella (Assistant Professor, University of Michigan).
The Brown Data Management Research Group will present three papers:
- MLbase: A Distributed Machine-learning System – Tim Kraska.
- The Traditional Wisdom is All Wrong – Michael Stonebraker, Justin DeBrabant, Andy Pavlo, Stephen Tu, and Stan Zdonik.
- Techniques for Visualizing Massive Data Sets – Justin DeBrabant, Leilani Battle, Ugur Cetintemel, Stan Zdonik, and Michael Stonebraker.