Asterios Katsifodimos

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

Before joining TU Delft, I was part of 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.

My research interests include scalable data management, Big Data analytics systems, database language models, materialized views, query optimization, and distributed systems.

Contact

Address
Office HB.08.140 (8th floor)
Mekelweg 4
2628 CD Delft
Netherlands
e-mail
A.LASTNAME@tudelft.nl

Asterios Kαtsifodimos - Αστέριος Κατσιφοδήμος

News

  • 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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