Der nächste Alumnivortrag steht an. Am 24.11. um 20 Uhr wird uns Software Campus Alumni Philipp Grulich die Platform NebulaStream vorstellen, die aktuelle Herausforderungen aus dem IoT mit neuesten wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnissen adressiert.
Title: NebulaStream: Data Management for the Internet of Things
Abstract: The Internet of Things (IoT) presents a novel computing architecture for data management: a distributed, highly dynamic, and heterogeneous environment of massive scale. At TU Berlin, we currently aim to advance research in this field via the NebulaStream project. NebulaStream addresses the heterogeneity and distribution of compute and data, supports diverse data and programming models and deals with potentially unreliable communication. In this talk, we will outline how state-of-the-art data processing systems have to change to exploit the new capabilities of the IoT and showcase how we tackle specific challenges. We will present our vision for the NebulaStream system, provide an overview of its architecture, and discuss several of our key research challenges. Furthermore, we will present its current status as well as our steps towards establishing a thriving open-source community around the system.
CV: Philipp Grulich has been a PhD Student at DIMA since March 2019. He has been conducting research at the intersection of stream processing systems, query compilation, and modern hardware published at VLDB, ACM SIGMOD, and CIDR. Furthermore, he is currently working on our compilation-based stream processing engine NebulaStream.
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