Towards a new generation of data warehouses?
3-4 Oct 2019 Montpellier (France)

Invited speaker

Pr. Peter Baumann, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany

Dr. Peter Baumann is Professor of Computer Science, inventor, and entrepreneur. He received his PhD with "summa cum laude" from Technical University Darmstadt, Germany in 1993. At Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany he researches on flexible services for scalable multi-dimensional datacubes and their application in science and engineering. In this field he has published 150+ book chapters, journal, and conference articles and has internationally patented datacube technology.
With the rasdaman Array Database system, which is proven on Petabyte-scale spatio-temporal databases and across thousands of cloud nodes, he has pioneered the field of array databases and datacubes. For its successful commercialization he has founded and leads hitech spinoff, rasdaman GmbH. Rasdaman has received a series of international innovation awards, such as the 2018 NATO Defence Innovation Challenge Award.
Further, Peter Baumann has critically shaped datacube standards in ISO, OGC, and INSPIRE, in 2014 honored with the prestigious OGC Kenneth Gardels Award for his impact.

Pr. Laurent d'Orazio, Université de Rennes 1, Rennes, France

Laurent d'Orazio is professor at Univ Rennes CNRS IRISA since 2016. He obtained his PhD in computer science from the Institut national polytechnique in Grenoble in 2007. He was a lecturer at Blaise Pascal University and at LIMOS in Clermont-Ferrand from 2008 to 2016. His research focuses on architectures and algorithms for the management of (large volumes) of data, distributed and parallel databases. He has published articles in Information Systems, Sigmod Record and EDBT, among others. He has been a member of the BPM program committees, and workshops affiliated with VLDB, EDBT, etc. and the reading committees of Distributed and Parallel Databases, Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience. He is or has been involved (sometimes as a coordinator) in research projects such as the NSF MOCCAD project, the ANR SYSEO project and the STIC ASIA GOD project.


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