Frank Neven

Hasselt University
Database and theoretical computer science research group

Address: Hasselt University, Agoralaan, B–3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium

Office: D255
Tel: +32-(0)11–268217
Fax: +32-(0)11–268299


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My main area of research is that of data management. Currently, I am mostly interested in data management 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.

Recent Papers:

For an overview of recent work click here.

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)

Scientific awards: PODS best paper award (1998, 2014, 2015), WWW best paper award nominee (2008), IBM Belgium price for PhD thesis (2000)

I serve on the editorial board of Theory of Computing Systems.

I am actively working on the introduction of appropriate computer science education for all Flemish pupils from age 6 to 18. More information can be found in the recent publication by the Belgian Academy of science entitled Informatica wetenschappen in het leerplichtonderwijs. Opiniestuk in Datanews.

Forum voor informaticawetenschappen
Coderdojo Hasselt
Coderdojo Belgium
Scratchworkshop voor leerkrachten
Scratch materiaal
Vereniging voor Vlaamse leerkrachten Informaticawetenschappen 2link2

Modest (and mostly outdated) repository of links related to teaching and promoting programming or computer science to primary and secondary school children.

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