Hello World! The Systems Group at TU Darmstadt is a collaboration of professors from the Computer Science department, pursuing research and teaching in systems topics together.
Conducting research in several areas of databases and data management in conjunction with artificial intelligence (AI), focusing on Systems for AI and AI for Systems
Recommended external content
We have selected external content from Twitter for you and would like to show it to you right here. To do this, you must reveal it with one click. You can hide the external content at any time with another click.
Paper accepted to the 19th International Workshop on Data Management on New Hardware (DaMoN) @ SIGMOD 2023
May 24, 2023
Zero-sided RDMA: Network-driven Data Shuffling
Authors: Matthias Jasny, Lasse Thostrup, Carsten Binnig
Paper on Semantic Type Extraction for Data Lakes accepted to SIGMOD 2023
May 15, 2023
Congratulations to Sven Langenecker and Carsten Binnig!
Sven Langenecker will present the paper “Steered Training Data Generation for Learned Semantic Type Detection” at SIGMOD 2023 in Seattle.
Paper accepted to Data Management for End-to-End Machine Learning Workshop (DEEM) @ SIGMOD 2023
May 15, 2023
DiffML: End-to-end Differentiable ML Pipelines
Authors: Benjamin Hilprecht, Christian Hammacher, Eduardo dos Reis, Mohamed Abdelaal, and Carsten Binnig
Paper accepted to Workshop on Verifiable Database Systems @ SIGMOD 2023
May 10, 2023
Towards Merkle Trees for High-Performance Data Systems
Muhammad El-Hindi, Tobias Ziegler and Carsten Binnig will show how it is possible to build high-performance Merkle trees with orders of magnitude performance improvements.
Paper on Synchronization using One-Sided RDMA accepted to SIGMOD 2023
May 08, 2023
Congratulations to Tobias Ziegler and Carsten Binnig!
Tobias Ziegler will present the paper Design Guidelines for Correct, Efficient, and Scalable Synchronization using One-Sided RDMA" at SIGMOD 2023 in Seattle. Authors are Tobias Ziegler (TU Darmstadt), Jacob Nelson (Lehigh University), Viktor Leis (Technische Universität München), and Carsten Binnig (TU Darmstadt).
Two Posters accepted at EuroSys'23
May 08, 2023
Faeze Faghih and Long Gu will present their work at the EuroSys Conference in Rome
Their posters are titled “The Next 700 Heterogeneous OLAP Systems: A Framework to Answer What-if Design Questions” and “From Private Set Intersection to Secure Database Joins using Cross-Layer Design”.
Two Papers accepted to aiDM @ SIGMOD 2023
April 26, 2023
Matthias Urban and Manisha Luthra will present their work in Seattle.
Their papers have the titles “OmniscientDB: A Large Language Model-Augmented DBMS That Knows What Other DBMSs Do Not Know” and “Zero-Shot Cost Models for Parallel Stream Processing”.
Benjamin Hilprecht receives Honourable Mention for the 2023 SIGMOD Jim Gray Dissertation Award
April 25, 2023
Our alumnus Benjamin Hilprecht was awarded an Honourable Mention for the 2023 SIGMOD Jim Gray Doctoral Award for his Ph.D. thesis “Data-Efficient Learned Database Components”. The award recognizes excellent research by doctoral candidates in the database field.
Carsten Binnig gave a keynote at PyCon DE 2023
April 19, 2023
Prof Binnig talked about Learned Database Systems at the German Python Convention 2023 in Berlin.
“WannaDB: Ad-hoc SQL Queries over Text Collections” was awarded as Best Long Paper of BTW'23
March 09, 2023
The paper was written by Benjamin Hättasch, Jan-Micha Bodensohn, Liane Vogel and Matthias Urban under the supervision of Carsten Binnig