The Database Group at the School of Informatics is part of the Laboratory for the Foundations of Computer Science.
The interests of the group span all aspects of database theory and systems. Topics of current interest include query languages, graph databases, uncertain data, data integration, reasoning about data, incremental computation, and many others.
The group is supported by multiple grants from EPSRC, ERC, and industry, and its members actively collaborate with a number of industrial partners, including Neo4j and Huawei.
We are always looking for talented students and postdocs; if interested, please contact us.
- [2019-03-27] Milos Nikolic (and co-authors from Oxford) received the ICDT 2019 Best Paper Award for their paper Counting Triangles under Updates in Worst-Case Optimal Time.
- [2018-10-04] LFCS seminar by Lucian Popa (IBM Research, Almaden) tomorrow Fri 5th Oct @ 10am in MiniForum 2. The title of the talk is Human-in-the-Loop Entity Resolution for Knowledge Curation. For the abstract click here.
- [2018-10-04] LFCS seminar by Wang-Chiew Tan (Megagon Labs) tomorrow Fri 5th Oct @ 2pm in MiniForum 2. The title of the talk is Enabling search by experience. For the abstract click here.