The TileDB Array Storage System

When:
September 13, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Toronto Timezone
2017-09-13T19:00:00-04:00
2017-09-13T21:00:00-04:00
Where:
MIT - Slata Center, Building 32
Cambridge
MA
USA

Computer Society and GBC/ACM and co-sponsoring Young Professionals

MIT Room 32-G449 (Kiva)

The TileDB Array Storage System

Stavros Papadopoulos

In this talk I will present a new system for scientific data storage called TileDB. Contrary to most traditional data management systems, TileDB models data natively as multi-dimensional arrays, which can be either dense (where every array element stores a value) or sparse (where the majority of elements are empty). I will initially present the array model and the internal mechanics of the TileDB array storage manager. I will then focus on two of the many applications of TileDB, specifically, a genomics customization, called GenomicsDB, and a geo-spatial use case. Finally, I will outline our future vision for commercializing TileDB, namely the way we envision to perform high performance analytics in a massively distributed, scalable fashion.

Dr. Stavros Papadopoulos is the Founder and CEO of TileDB, Inc. Before entering the start-up world, he was a Senior Research Scientist at the Intel Parallel Computing Lab, and a member of the Intel Science and Technology Center for Big Data at MIT CSAIL for three years. Prior to joining Intel, he spent about two years as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). Stavros received his PhD degree in Computer Science at HKUST under the supervision of Prof. Dimitris Papadias, and did a postdoc at the Chinese University of Hong Kong with Prof. Yufei Tao.

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