Fifteenth TUC Meeting

by Gábor Szárnyas / on 05 Apr 2022
Location: Philadelphia, Marriott Philadelphia Downtown
Event dates: 17 Jun 2022 09:20 -- 18 Jun 2022 15:30 (local timezone)

Organizers: Gábor Szárnyas, Jack Waudby, Peter Boncz, Alastair Green

LDBC is hosting a two-day hybrid workshop, co-located with SIGMOD 2022 on June 17-18 (Friday-Saturday).

The program consists of 10-15 minute talks followed by a Q&A session. The talks will be recorded and made available online. The tenative program is the following. All times are in EDT.

We will have a social event on Friday at 17:30 at El Vez (Google Maps).

Friday (Pennsylvania Convention Center, room 204B)

start finish speaker title
9:20 9:30 Peter Boncz (LDBC/CWI) State of the union – slides, video
9:30 9:45 Alastair Green (LDBC/Birkbeck) LDBC’s fair use policies – slides, video
9:50 10:05 Gábor Szárnyas (LDBC/CWI), Jack Waudby (Newcastle University) LDBC Social Network Benchmark: Business Intelligence workload v1.0 – slides, video
10:10 10:25 Heng Lin (Ant Group) LDBC Financial Benchmark introduction – slides, video
10:30 11:00 coffee break
11:00 11:15 Chen Zhang (CreateLink) New LDBC SNB benchmark record by Galaxybase: More than 6 times faster and 70% higher throughput – slides, video
11:20 11:35 James Clarkson (Neo4j) LDBC benchmarks: Promoting good science and industrial consumption – slides, video
11:40 11:55 Oskar van Rest (Oracle) Creating and querying property graphs in Oracle, on-premise and in the cloud – slides, video
12:00 12:15 Mingxi Wu (TigerGraph) Conquering LDBC SNB BI at SF-10k – slides, video
12:20 13:20 lunch (on your own)
13:20 13:35 Altan Birler (Technische Universität München) Relational databases can handle graphs too! Experiences with optimizing the Umbra RDBMS for LDBC SNB BI – slides, video
13:40 13:55 David Püroja (CWI) LDBC Social Network Benchmark: Interactive workload v2.0 – slides
14:00 14:15 Angela Bonifati (Lyon 1 University) The quest for schemas in graph databases – slides, video
14:20 14:35 Matteo Lissandrini (Aalborg University) Understanding graph data representations in triplestores – slides, video
14:40 14:55 Wim Martens (University of Bayreuth) Path representations – slides, video
15:00 15:20 Audrey Cheng (UC Berkeley) TAOBench: An end-to-end benchmark for social network workloads – slides, video

Saturday (Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, room 401-402, 4th floor)

start finish speaker title
10:00 10:15 Keith Hare (WG3) An update on the GQL & SQL/PGQ standards efforts – slides, video
10:20 10:35 Leonid Libkin (ENS Paris) Pattern matching in GQL and SQL/PGQ – slides, video
10:40 10:55 Petra Selmer (Neo4j/WG3) An overview of GQL – slides, video
11:00 11:15 Alastair Green (LDBC/WG3) GQL 2.0: A technical manifesto – slides, video
11:20 11:35 George Fletcher (TU Eindhoven) PG-Keys (LDBC Property Graph Schema Working Group) – slides, video
11:40 11:55 Arvind Shyamsundar (Microsoft) Graph capabilities in Microsoft SQL Server and Azure SQL Database – slides, video
12:00 13:30 lunch (on your own)
13:30 13:45 Daniël ten Wolde (CWI) Implementing SQL/PGQ in DuckDB – slides, video
13:50 14:05 Oszkár Semeráth, Kristóf Marussy (TU Budapest) Generation techniques for consistent, realistic, diverse, and scalable graphs – slides, video
14:10 14:25 Molham Aref (RelationalAI) Graph Normal Form – slides, video
14:30 14:45 Naomi Arnold (Queen Mary University of London) Temporal graph analysis of the far-right social network Gab – slides, video
14:50 15:05 Domagoj Vrgoč (PUC Chile) Evaluating path queries in MillenniumDB – slides, video
15:10 15:25 Pavel Klinov, Evren Sirin (Stardog) Stardog’s experience with LDBC – slides, video
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