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Dr. David Maier

maier at pdx dot edu

(503) 725 2406

Dept. of Computer Science

Portland State University

PO Box 751

Portland, OR  97207-0751

 

1900 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 115-14

Portland, OR 97201

Current Travel Schedule:

 


Maseeh Professor of Emerging Technologies

Department of Computer Science
Maseeh College of Engineering & Computer Science
Portland State University


Joint appointments:

Visiting Professor, Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiolgy, School of Medicine, OHSU


Recent Courses:

CS 486/586 Introduction to Database Management Systems Fall 2018

CS 410/510 Cloud and Cluster Data Management Fall 2021

CS 669 Scholarship Skills Winter 2022


Contribute to the Richard Kieburtz Memorial Graduate Fellowship.


Research:

I was a General Chair for the 2020 SIGMOD/PODS Conference, in (virtual) Portland, Oregon.

I am part of the Data and Information Management Laboratory (Datalab) at PSU.

The Database Reading Group has been meeting more or less weekly for about 35 years, first at OGI and now at PSU. We have suspended meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Research areas I work in include:

 

Portland State was a participant in the Intel Science and Technology Center for Big Data

·         The Three C’s of Big Data Applications

·         Toward a Common Programming Model for Big Data

·         ISTC—Big Data

 

Slides for tutorial on Dataspaces (with Alon Halevy) from VLDB 2008

·         Day 1

·         Day 2


Ph.D., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Princeton University, 1978

My Vita


Publication List:

My list of publications from Michael Ley's DBLP bibliography server at University of Trier, Germany. Last I checked, I have 393 co-authors.

 

Citation list at Google Scholar.

Co-author graph at Microsoft Research (requires Silverlight).

 

Check out: Datalog: Concepts, History and Outlook, David Maier, Tunkay Tekle, Michael Kifer, David S. Warren

 

The best paper I never published.

 

Online scanned version of The Theory of Relational Databases.


Winning CIDR Jeopardy (January 2007), Jim Gray, scorekeeper. [Photo courtesy of Hamid Pirahesh]


Fun Stuff


 

Last updated 13 May 2022