PhD Consortium


PhD Students presentations are scheduled on September 1, in the afternoon.They will be organized in two sessions:



Towards Parallelized In-Memory Evaluation of Complex SPARQL Queries
Then, Manuel (TU Muenchen, Germany)

Marimba: A MapReduce-based Framework for incremental Recomputations on Big Data
Schildgen, Johannes (TU Kaiserslautern, Germany)

Mathematical methods of tensor factorization applied to recommender systems
Ricci, Giuseppe (University of Study of Bari, Italy)

Global Optimization in Hybrid Analytics System including MapReduce
Qu, Weiping (TU Kaiserslautern, Germany)

Research Proposal: Tracking Dynamic Radicalization in On-line Social Networks
Wadhwa. Pooja (Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, India)


Load Balancing Control in Cloud by Identifying Business Processes
Dolmatova, Oksana (SPbSU, Russia)

Extended Dynamic Weighted Majority using Diversity to Handle Drifts
Sidhu, Parneeta (Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, India)

WattDB: An Energy-Proportional Database Cluster of Lightweight Nodes
Schall, Daniel (TU Kaiserslautern, Germany)

Application of SVMs on Logic-Based Scoring Functions over Uncertain Relation Data
Saretz, Sascha (BTU Cottbus, Germany)

Spatial indexes for simplicial and cellular meshes
Fellegara, Riccardo (University of Genova, Italy)


Details about the exact time slots will be provided soon in the final program.


Poster Session

Poster sessions for PhD students presenting their research during the Doctoral Consortium will be scheduled during the Main Conference both on Monday, September 2, and on Tuesday, September 3.

Students can choose to present their posters either on Monday, on Tuesday or on both days.

Details about the exact time slots will be provided soon in the final program.

Poster should be prepared in A1 landscape.