The ADMT Lab, through Prof. Chrysanthis and Prof. Labrinidis, will be participating in the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope effort. Read more about it in the University of Pittsburgh press release (01/08/08) or in the University Times article (01/10/08).
|New recognition for Prof. Panos K. Chrysanthis: Panos is among the new 98 ACM Senior Members of 2007. In 2006, he was elected IEEE Senior member. Congratulations Panos!|
|ADMT Lab's Co-Director Prof. Alexandros Labrinidis describes his Innovation in Education Award project named: "Virtual WebDB Laboratory" in the September 2007 issue of the Teaching Times (University of Pittsburgh). The awards program was established in 1999-2000 to support leading-edge approaches to teaching.|
|In 1966, Orrin Taulbee founded Pittâ€™s Department of Computer Science and served as its chair until 1984â€”an amazingly long time to hold that position. In October 1989, the four sons of Dr. Taulbee initiated this award in memory and honor of their parents.|
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|The new logo of the Advanced Data Management Technologies Laboratory was revealed on Friday August 31st, 2007. The revelation was done in the form of t-shirt worn by the group member's at the Computer Science Department annual picnic.|
|Student member of the group Huiming Qu successfully defended her Ph.D dissertation on Friday, August 31st 2007. The subject of her defense was "Managing Query and Update Transactions under Quality Contracts in Web-Databases". More details can be found in the event's post here.|
|Welcome back Panos! Prof. Panos Chrysanthis is back to his office, returning from his visiting professorship at the Computer Science Department at the University of Cyprus. He is back in action working long hours on his research and teaching (as usual) as well as providing his services to the Computer Science department as the new (returning) Chair of the Graduate Program.|
|Student member of the group Mohamed Sharaf successfully defended his Ph.D dissertation last Friday, June 22nd 2007. The subject of his defense was "Metrics and algorithms for processing multiple continuous queries". More details can be found in the event's post here.|