Hyunjung Park is visiting webdam Friday 17 December. He is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. His advisor is Jennifer Widom. He is the winner of the SIGMOD 2010 Programming Contest, organized by Pierre Senellart and Serge Abiteboul. Teams of contestants from degree-granting institutions had to develop an eﬃcient distributed query engine on top of an in-memory index. The competition received much attention, with 29 teams from 23 diﬀerent institutions over the world. H. Park will give a talk on its experience of the SIGMOD 2010 Programming Contest at 2pm in the meeting room G008 of INRIA-Saclay .
Title: SIGMOD 2010 Programming Contest
Abstract: Student teams have competed to build a distributed query engine in the SIGMOD 2010 Programming Contest. In this talk, H. Park will describe the task briefly and present the winning system. Specifically, he will cover the design choices and implementation issues for the query planner and executor. Also, he will discuss several optimizations and their effectiveness.