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Third International Workshop on
Data Management on New Hardware
(DaMoN 2007)

Beijing, China

June 15, 2007

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» Call for Papers
Submission Instructions
Camera-Ready Instructions
Accepted Papers
Workshop Program
Previous Offerings

Important Dates

Submission Deadline:
» April 11, 2007
» 5:00pm PST
» May 2, 2007
Camera-Ready Due:
» May 16, 2007
» 5:00pm PST
» June 15, 2007

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.: News

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- Information about ExpDB's keynote talk by Michael Franklin

- The workshop program has just been posted

- The list of accepted papers has just been posted

- Information about the keynote talk by Honesty Young
- Honesty Young, Deputy Director and the CTO of IBM China Research Lab will give the keynote talk

.: Objective

The aim of this one-day workshop is to bring together researchers who are interested in optimizing database performance on modern computing infrastructure by designing new data management techniques and tools.

.: Topics of Interest

The continued evolution of computing hardware and infrastructure imposes new challenges and bottlenecks to program performance. As a result, traditional database architectures that focus solely on I/O optimization increasingly fail to utilize hardware resources efficiently. CPUs with superscalar out-of-order execution, simultaneous multi-threading, multi-level memory hierarchies, and future storage hardware (such as MEMS) impose a great challenge to optimizing database performance. Consequently, exploiting the characteristics of modern hardware has become an important topic of database systems research.

The goal is to make database systems adapt automatically to the sophisticated hardware characteristics, thus maximizing performance transparently to applications. To achieve this goal, the data management community needs interdisciplinary collaboration with computer architecture, compiler and operating systems researchers. This involves rethinking traditional data structures, query processing algorithms, and database software architectures to adapt to the advances in the underlying hardware infrastructure.

We seek submissions bridging the area of database systems to computer architecture, compilers, and operating systems. In particular, submissions covering topics from the following non-exclusive list are encouraged:

  • cost models and query optimization for novel hierarchical memory systems
  • hardware systems for query processing
  • data management using co-processors
  • query processing using computing power in storage systems
  • database architectures for low-power computing and embedded devices
  • database architectures on multi-threaded and chip multiprocessors
  • database performance analysis, algorithms, and data structures on modern hardware
  • databases and transactional memory systems
  • performance analysis of database workloads on modern hardware
  • compiler and operating systems advances to improve database performance
  • new benchmarks for microarchitectural evaluation of database workloads

.: Important Dates

  • Paper submission: April 11, 2007
  • Notification of acceptance: May 2, 2007
  • Camera-ready copies: May 16, 2007
  • Workshop: June 15, 2007

.: Workshop Co-Chairs

  • Anastassia Ailamaki, Carnegie Mellon University (natassa@cmu.edu)
  • Qiong Luo, HKUST (luo@cse.ust.hk)

.: Program Committee

  • Christiana Amza (University of Toronto)
  • Peter Boncz (CWI Amsterdam)
  • Philippe Bonnet (University of Copenhagen)
  • Shimin Chen (Intel Research)
  • Bettina Kemme (McGill University)
  • Jun Rao (IBM)
  • Ken Ross (Columbia University)
  • Jingren Zhou (Microsoft)

.: Web Chair

  • Ippokratis Pandis, Carnegie Mellon University (ipandis@cs.cmu.edu)

.: Contact

  • Please e-mail natassa@cmu.edu

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