It is with great pleasure that we announce the new LDBC organisation site at www.ldbcouncil.org. The LDBC started as a European Community FP7 funded project with the objective to create, foster and become an industry reference for benchmarking RDF and Graph technologies.
Graph-TA, organized by DAMA-UPC (Data Management) group of Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – BarcelonaTech, aims at encouraging researchers to present their current work and interact in an informal set up in order to foster collaboration with other colleagues. Thus, the workshop will provide a forum for presenting and discussing research results and applications in the domain of graphs from different communities, i.e.
The LDBC consortium are pleased to announce the fourth Technical User Community (TUC) meeting. This will be a one-day event in London on the 19 November 2013 running in collaboration with the GraphConnect.
The event will include:
Peter Boncz, Keynote Speaker together with Jeff Ullman at IDEAS'13 conference to be held in Barcelona Oct 9-11, 2013:
- Jeff Ullman, Stanford, USA: Computational Complexity Theory for Map-Reduce
- Peter Boncz, CWI and VUA, The Netherlands: LDBC: Industry-strength benchmarks for Graph Data Management
Please find more details at: http://confsys.encs.concordia.ca/IDEAS/ideas13/ideas13.php
LDBC will be present at GraphLab 2013. The main aim of GraphLab 2013 workshop is to bring together top researchers from academia, as well as top data scientists from industry with the special focus of large scale machine learning on sparse graphs. The workshop agenda includes talks and demos about the hottest graph processing systems out, including Neo4j and DEX developed by the LDBC partners Neo Technologies respectively UPC/Sparsity Technologies. Read more about at http://graphlab.org/graphlab-workshop-2013/
LDBC is very happy to announce the 1st International Workshop on Graph Data management Experiences and Systems (GRADES 2013). The workshop is co-located with and sponsored by SIGMOD/PODS 2013 and will take place in New York on 23rd of June 2013.
The BeRSys 2013 workshop will provide a forum where topics related to the evaluation (included, but not limited to,
expressive power, usability and performance) of RDF data management platforms can be discussed and elaborated.
The BeRSys 2013 workshop will be the first workshop dedicated to benchmarking of different aspects of RDF engines.
The objectives of this new workshop are to:
The LDBC consortium are pleased to announce the date of the second Technical User Community (TUC) meeting.
This will be a two day event in Munich on the 22/23rd April 2013.
The event will include: