New England Database Summit Posters

The poster session will include drinks and appetizers. It will be held in on the 4th floor of building 32 (same building as the main conference.)

Information for Poster Presenters

We will be able to provide poster board, easels, and mounting supplies for you.

You will need to print your poster and bring it with you to the conference. We recommend posters to be either A0, A1, or ANSI D or E sizes (either 24" by 32" or 36" by 42"). Our poster boards are large enough to accommodate any of these. You may orient your poster as you see fit. If you prefer to print out individual 8.5" x 11" pages, our board will be large enough to accommodate about 12 pages. However, we recommend making a single poster -- if you don't have access to a large format printer Fedex/Kinkos can print your poster for you.

We will have a storage area for poster tubes at the conference. You will be able to set up your posters during the lunch break.

List of accepted posters:

  • Kyriaki Dimitriadou, Brandeis University; Olga Papaemmanouil, Brandeis University; Yanlei Diao, UMass Amherst. Auto Query Steering for Interactive Data Exploration Applications. Click to show abstract.

  • Alexander Pagan, MIT. Data Curation at Scale: The Data Tamer System . Click to show abstract.

  • Alexander Rivilis, Composite Software. Data Virtualization. Click to show abstract.

  • Lei Cao, Worcester Polytechnic Institut; Elke Rundensteiner, WPI; Jiayuan Wang, ; Qingyang Wang, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Detecting Anomalies In Big Data Streams. Click to show abstract.

  • Leilani Battle, MIT. Dynamic Reduction of Query Result Sets for Interactive Visualization. Click to show abstract.

  • Abhishek Mukherji, WPI; Elke Rundensteiner, WPI; Matthew Ward, WPI. Evidence-based Iterative Multi-hypotheses Testing. Click to show abstract.

  • Ravali Pochampally, UMass-Amherst; Anish Das Sarma, ; Xin Luna Dong, AT & T Research; Alexandra Meliou, UMass Amherst; Divesh Srivastava, AT & T Labs-Research. Fusing Probabilistic Data with Correlations. Click to show abstract.

  • Manasi Vartak, MIT. GenDB: a Benchmark for Big Data Genomics. Click to show abstract.

  • Wentian Lu, UMass Amherst; Gerome Miklau, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Vani Gupta, . Generating Private Synthetic Databases for Untrusted System Evaluation. Click to show abstract.

  • Rosa Hu, Akiban Technologies; Ori Herrnstadat, Akiban Technologies. Google Spanner and Akiban: Opposite Ends of the Same Spectrum . Click to show abstract.

  • Zeeshan Ahmed, University of Wuerzburg; Wolfgang Eisenreich, Department of Chemistry,Technical University of Munich; Thomas Dandekar, Chair: Department of Bioinformatics, Biocenter, University of Wuerzburg. Intelligent Metabolic Isotopomer Data Extraction, Classification, Standardization and Management. Click to show abstract.

  • Alexander Kalinin, Brown University; Ugur Cetintemel, Brown University; Stan Zdonik, Brown University. Interactive Data Exploration Using Semantic Windows. Click to show abstract.

  • Anant Bhardwaj, MIT; David Karger, MIT; Samuel Madden, MIT. MailX. Click to show abstract.

  • Abhishek Roy, UMass Amherst; Yanlei Diao, UMass Amherst. Massive Genomic Data Processing and Deep Analysis. Click to show abstract.

  • Lei Guo, Ohio State University; Xiaodong Zhang, ; Rubao Li, The Ohio State University. Modeling performance and cost of hybrid storage based LSM-trees. Click to show abstract.

  • Stephen Tu, MIT. NuDB: A new kind of teaching database. Click to show abstract.

  • Medhabi Ray, WPI; Elke Rundensteiner, WPI. Optimized Multiple Complex Event Processing by Shared Sub-Expression. Click to show abstract.

  • Sunny Gleason, SunnyCloud. Oxi: A Framework for Composing Relational and NoSQL Datastores. Click to show abstract.

  • Xika Lin, WPI; Abhishek Mukherji, WPI; Elke Rundensteiner, WPI; Carolina Ruiz, WPI; Matthew Ward, WPI. PARAS: A Parameter Space Framework for Online Association Mining. Click to show abstract.

  • Chao Li, Umass Amherst; Daniel Li, University of Washington; Gerome Miklau, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Dan Suciu, University of Washington. Pricing Aggregate Queries in a Data Marketplace. Click to show abstract.

  • Chuan Lei, WPI; Elke Rundensteiner, WPI. Robust Distributed Stream Processing. Click to show abstract.

  • Anant Bhardwaj, MIT; David Karger, MIT; Samuel Madden, MIT. Semantic Indexing. Click to show abstract.

  • Alvin Cheung, MIT CSAIL; Owen Arden, Cornell University; Samuel Madden, MIT; Armando Solar-Lezama, MIT CSAIL; Andrew Myers, Cornell University. StatusQuo: Making Familiar Abstractions Perform Using Program Analysis. Click to show abstract.

  • Thomas Murakami-Brundage, University of Pennsylvania; Vince Frangiosa, University of Pennsylvania; Brian Wells, University of Pennsylvania. The Future of Medical Data. Click to show abstract.

  • Thomas Murakami-Brundage, University of Pennsylvania; Vince Frangiosa, University of Pennsylvania; Brian Wells, University of Pennsylvania; Brent Moore, University of Pennsylvania. The Penn Data Store and Medical Data Integration. Click to show abstract.

  • Yuan Yuan, The Ohio State Univerisy; Rubao Li, The Ohio State University; Xiaodong Zhang, . The Yin and Yang of Processing Data Warehousing Queries on GPU Devices. Click to show abstract.

  • Xin Jia, Brown University; Ning Shi, VoltDB. Using Counting Index Structure to Optimize Ranking-Related Queries. Click to show abstract.

  • Olga Poppe, Worcester Polytechnic Inst. Workflow-aware Stream Processing with HIT. Click to show abstract.