we are hiring!

The Data-Intensive Applications and Systems laboratory at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) seeks highly motivated post-doctoral researchers with proven scientific excellence in the areas of just-in-time query processing, parallel and distributed data management, and data management systems on emerging hardware. Successful candidates are passionate about inventing, building, and publishing quality database systems research. A strong publication record and hands-on experience in system development are especially important. See full announcement here.

Data Intensive Applications & Systems Lab

Despite recent technological advances both in the data management and in computer architecture domains, our ability to analyze data still falls behind the unstoppable data collection rates. Data-intensive applications are increasingly more demanding in sophisticated algorithms to store, manage, and interpret data.
Research in DIAS lab focuses on addressing these challenges by adapting data management technology to computer architecture trends, enabling discoveries in scientific domains through automating physical database design and revolutionizing exploration algorithms in very large data repositories. 

 

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Anastasia and her team wins the 2022 ACM SIGMOD Test-of-Time Award

— The ACM SIGMOD Test of Time Award for 2022 was given to Anastasia Ailamaki and her team for the paper NoDB: Efficient Query Execution on Raw Data Files.

IC Boost Day Session 2022 © EPFL 2022

IC Boosting future careers in computer science

— As the IC School celebrates its 20th anniversary, its Faculty and student association, CLIC, have hosted the first full edition of IC Boost Day, dedicated to guiding students on their future career path.

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Girl Power: Can we Break the Bias in Al and Beyond?

— We all know the story. It gets rolled out every March when women and men around the world celebrate International Women’s Day. Human biases are well documented, from the implicit to the explicit and they have always existed but as algorithms and big data increasingly run our lives these biases become embedded in everything.

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My students are my biggest achievement

— EPFL Professor Anastasia Ailamaki wins the prestigious Women in Database Research Award and is appointed as a member of Academia Europaea.

IC students Merlin Nimier-David  (left) and Panagiotis Sioulas (right) © EPFL

Two IC students receive EPFL's first Facebook Fellowships

— Merlin Nimier-David and Panagiotis Sioulas, both PhD students in the School of Computer and Communication Sciences, have become the first EPFL students to receive funding from the prestigious Facebook Fellowship program.

Prof. Ailamaki receives her award at the annual ACM SIGMOD conference in Amsterdam. © Anastasia Ailamaki

Anastasia Ailamaki wins ACM SIGMOD innovation award

— Anastasia Ailamaki, head of the EPFL School of Computer and Communication Sciences (IC) Data-Intensive Applications and Systems Laboratory (DIAS) has received the 2019 ACM SIGMOD Edgar F. Codd Innovations Award.

Manolis Karpathiotakis (L) receives his award at the 2019 EuroSys conference in Dresden. © 2019 Matthias Hahndorf/Silvia Kapplusch/Etiènne Riviere

Manolis Karpathiotakis receives EuroSys PhD Award

— Manolis Karpathiotakis, who completed his PhD in the EPFL School of Computer and Communication Sciences (IC) Data-Intensive Applications and Systems Lab (DIAS), is the 2019 winner of the EuroSys Roger Needham PhD Award.

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