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Beitrag Poster Foliensatz


Zeit: 09:00-10:00 Uhr
Ort:  Physik HS1
Session Chair: Wolfgang Lehner (TU Dresden)

  • Frank Renkes und Christian Sommer (SAP Walldorf):
    Blockchain in the Context of Business Applications and Enterprise Databases

Blockchain seems to be the future of all cross-company business applications. Similar to the adoption of machine learning into all novel and existing business applications and processes we can see the same trend for blockchain. Nearly every application tries to leverage blockchain technology to improve the application related process chains. Is this just a hype or is blockchain really the solution to all problems, in which applications rely on an intelligent and secure data distribution / sharing? What are the most relevant qualities of blockchain needed in modern business applications and which role can a traditional database play in this? Wouldn't be an integration of some of the qualities into traditional databases a better approach to build the so called "distributed business applications"? What is the relationship and overlap between core blockchain and core database concepts like (redo) logging, security features like auditing and encryption, distributed (query) processing, as well as stored procedure / smart contracts?

This talk discusses how blockchain can be integrated into existing business applications and processes, what the biggest challenges are and which role a traditional database con play in this context.

Session 10: Challenges in Data Processing

Zeit: 10:30-11:30 Uhr
Ort: Physik HS1
Session Chair: Bernhard Mitschang (Universität Stuttgart)
Typ: plenary

  • Nadine Steinmetz (TU Ilmenau), Ann-Katrin Arning (TU Ilmenau) und Kai-Uwe Sattler (TU Ilmenau):
    From Natural Language Questions to SPARQL Queries: A Pattern-based Approach
    (wissenschaftliches Programm, Langbeitrag)

  • Knut Stolze (IBM Germany Research & Development GmbH), Felix Beier (IBM Germany Research & Development GmbH) und Jens Müller (IBM Germany Research & Development GmbH):
    Partial Reload of Incrementally Updated Tables in Analytic Database Accelerators
    (Industrieprogramm, Kurzbeitrag)

Preisverleihungen & Abschied

Zeit: 11:30-12:30 Uhr
Ort: Physik HS1
Session Chair: Theo Härder (TU Kaiserslautern) und Erhard Rahm (Universität Leipzig)

  • Dissertationspreise des GI-Fachbereichs DBIS

    • Thorsten Papenbrock (Hasso Plattner Institut):
      Data Profiling – Effiziente Entdeckung Struktureller Abhängigkeiten

    • Ismail Oukid (TU Dresden):
      Architectural Principles for Database Systems on Storage-Class Memory

    • Caetano Sauer (TU Kaiserslautern):
      Modern techniques for transaction-oriented database recovery

  • Best paper Awards

  • Andreas Heuer (Universität Rostock), Meike Klettke (Universität Rostock), NN:
    Farewell 2019 und Welcome 2021

Farewell Brunch

Zeit: 12:30-13:30 Uhr