Assistant Professor, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).
Member of the Web Information Systems group.

Before joining TU Delft, I spent a year with the SAP Innovation Center in Berlin, working on scale-out architectures for machine learning inference and training. Before SAP, I was a senior researcher at the database systems group in TU Berlin, headed by Volker Markl. I received my PhD from INRIA Saclay & Universite Paris-Sud in 2013, under the supervision of Ioana Manolescu. Prior to that, I was a member of the High Performance Computing systems Lab (HPCL), at the University of Cyprus, working with Marios Dikaiakos.

I mainly work in the broad area of scalable data management, more specifically on Big (streaming) Data analytics systems, database language models, and query optimization.

Asterios Kαtsifodimos - Αστέριος Κατσιφοδήμος


Office VBM6 W4.740 (4th floor)
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  • January 2018: Two papers were accepted in next year’s ICDE 2018 in Paris. One on benchmarking stream procesing engines, and one on aggregating out-of-order streams.
  • August 2017: BlockJoin, a technique for joining massive datasets producing distributed block-partitioned matrices, will be presented in next year’s VLDB 2018.
  • June 2017: At SoCC 2017 we are presenting our work on SENSE, a framework for sensor-data gathering.
  • August 2016: We will present Cutty, a technique for sharing aggregates among user-defined (sliding) window functions in streaming systems, at CIKM 2016.
  • March 2016: We published a short overview of Apache Flink in the IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin (pdf).
  • February 2016: Our paper on Emma, was accepted for publication at SIGMOD 2015, and will be demonstrated in SIGMOD 2016. Emma received the 2016 ACM SIGMOD Research Highlights Award! More information here.

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