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GRADES workshop & 8th LDBC Technical User Community at the Oracle Conference Center, 22-24 June 2016

  • Posted on: 23 March 2016
  • By: Damaris Coll

GRADES2016 workshop on Graph Data management Experiences & Systems will be held next 24th of June 2016, just before SIGMOD/PODS 2016, in Redwood Shores in the Oracle Conference Center.

GRADES is a great forum to discuss (early) work on graph processing systems, algorithms for processing large-scale graphs and their application scenarios, as well as performance experiences (including systems benchmarking).

Read more about GRADES scope & workshop details here:

http://event.cwi.nl/grades/2016

Authors are invited to submit original unpublished papers, of around 6 pages. The submission deadline is April 16. We have opened the CMT conference submission site: 

https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/GRADES2016 

As well as the registration page: http://event.cwi.nl/grades/2016/reg.shtml

We offer early-bird tickets at roughly 60$ available until May 15th, grab your tickets with this special pricing here! Tickets include the access to the venue, meals during the day and social dinner.

GRADES2016 is sponsored by the Linked Data Benchmark Council (ldbcouncil.org) In the two days preceding GRADES, Wednesday June 22 and Thursday June 23, LDBC will organize a 2-day Technical User Community (TUC) meeting for academics, industry and practitioners in the area of graph data management. This meeting will be held at exactly the same venue, i.e. the Oracle Conference Center. Participants to GRADES2016 are invited to visit the TUC meeting free of charge, so please consider arriving 1-2 days earlier to discuss about graph data management user scenarios in an informal setting. More information available on the same registration page.

We also invite you to participate at the TUC meeting with independence of GRADES, where informal talks will take place about graph data management and graph scenarios.

We hope to see you in Redwood Shores at the end of June!

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