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XLDB-2013: Extremely Large Databases and Data Management

XLDB attempts to tackle challenges related to extreme scale data sets. Main activities include identifying trends, commonalities and roadblocks related to managing and analyzing extreme scale data sets, and facilitating development and growth of appropriate technologies including (but not limited to) databases. Close to a thousand people worldwide participate, and the community is rapidly growing. The subset of the community gathers each year at the annual open XLDB event, typically organized at Stanford University in September or October.
When 09 September 2013 02:35 AM to
12 September 2013 02:35 PM
Where Stanford CA USA
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There will be a tutorial day on  Monday (9/9), the main program on Tuesday & Wednesday (9/10-11), and the invitational workshop on Thursday (9/12).  We are collecting proposals for tutorials, as well as abstracts for lightning talks / posters, and demonstrations (we promise to give more exposure to demos this year!). The registration will open in early May.

The members of the Organizing Committee are: Chaitanya Baru (SDSC), Jacek Becla (Chair, SLAC), Stephen Brobst (Teradata), John Hax (Oracle), Alex Szalay (JHU),  Omer Trajman (WibiData).

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