Database and theoretical computer science research group
Address: Hasselt University, Agoralaan, B–3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium
My main area of research is that of
data, information, and knowledge. Currently, I am mostly interested in databases and query evaluation in a distributed context. In the past, I worked on datamining in bioinformatics, XML schema inference, and logic in databases. Most of my publications can be found on DBLP, Google Scholar or DSPACE. Some papers can be found on PubMed. For an overview of recent work click here.
Weaker Forms of Monotonicity for Declarative Networking: a more fine-grained answer to the CALM-conjecture (with T. Ameloot, B. Ketsman, Daniel Zinn) PODS 2014 (best paper award)
Slides of my ICDT 2014 keynote on the CALM-conjecture
Making Queries Tractable on Big Data with Preprocessing (with W. Fan, F. Geerts) VLDB 2013
Discovering XSD keys from XML data (with M. Arenas, J. Daenen, M. Urgarte, J. Van den Bussche, S. Vansummeren) ACM SIGMOD 2013
Relational Transducers for Declarative Networking (with T. Ameloot, J. Van den Bussche) Journal of the ACM
Mining minimal motif pair sets maximally covering interactions in a protein-protein interaction network (with P. Boyen, D. Van Dyck, F. L. Valentim, A.D.J. van Dijk:). IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. ( DOI)
Interactome-Wide Prediction of Protein-Protein Binding Sites Reveals Effects of Protein Sequence Variation in Arabidopsis thaliana (with F. L. Valentim, P. Boyen, A.J. van Dijk). PLoS One
Current students: Jonny Daenen (co-advised with Jan Van den Bussche), Bas Ketsman
Former students: Wim Martens, Dieter Van de Craen, Geert-Jan Bex, Wouter Gelade, Peter Boyen, Tom Ameloot (co-advised with Jan Van den Bussche)
I serve on the editorial board of
Theory of Computing Systems.
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