10th TUC Meeting - Dates, venue and much more
This one-day event will be the fourth TUC meeting after the finalisation of the LDBC FP7 project funded by the European Commission.
What to expect during the meeting?
- Presentation on graph data management usage scenarios
- Presentation of the benchmarking results for the different benchmarks, as well as the graph query language task force.
- Interaction with the new LDBC Board of Directors and the LDBC organisation officials.
We encourage all users of RDF and Graph technologies to attend this unique event. If you are interested in doing so or have any colleagues that might be interested, please, contact Damaris Coll (UPC) at email@example.com and she will take care of every aspect of your registration.
How it works?
As always, there will be talks given by LDBC members and LDBC activities, but there will also be room for a number of short 20-minute talks by other participants. We are specifically interested in learning about new challenges in graph data management (where benchmarking would become useful) and on hearing about actual use cases and scenarios that could inspire benchmarks. Further, talks that provide feedback on existing benchmark (proposals) are very relevant. But nothing is excluded a priori if it is related to graph data management.
Talk proposals can be forwarded to Damaris (firstname.lastname@example.org) as well.
If your or any of your colleagues has contacts with companies that deal with graph data management scenarios, we remind you that they have the chance to also attend the event and possibly present. LDBC is always looking to expand its circle of participants in TUCs meeting, its graph technology users contacts and, eventually, its membership base.
9th TUC Meeting - Quick recap
The 9th TUC meeting took place at SAP's headquarters in Walldorf, Germany on February 9-10, 2017.
This two-day event focused on the presentation of several benchmarking results obtained for the different benchmarks of the project and had one of the days devoted to user experience's with graph databases.
During the event the audience had the chance to attend interesting talks such as the one given by Yinglong Xiagave about EYWA, the distributed Graph Engine in Huawei's MIND platform, the comparison between Oracle's PGQL and LDBC's Graph QL presented by Oskar van Rest from Oracle Labs or different updates on the status of the benchmarks presented by different researchers (Arnau Prat, Tim Hegeman or Alexandro Iosup just to mention a few).