I am a Ph.D. Student in Computer Science at University Paris Descartes. My research topic concerns the Big Data management area and the title of my Thesis is "New Generation Series Indexing". In a world where complex Big Data Analysis need to deal with Data Sequences we study and reasearch the possibility to provide new smart techniques for extracting knowledge from this kind of data. Our goal is clear and well defined: provide fast Data Driven discovery which is feasible only if fast query techniques are available.
Nowadays all the scietific domains are sourrended by the Data Deluge and this is one of the main reason why the current state-of-the-art data series (indexing and query) technqiues fail. Our motto but even more concretely our goal is: Analytics in minutes/seconds not in days/hours. I have every day the pleasure to work with the Professor Themis Palpanas who is my supervisor and Kostantinos Zoumpatianos (Kostas). Both of them have been actively and hardly working in a lot of projects concerning Data Series Indexing and Query solutions.
Here follow the main steps about my past experience. This is an extract of my CV.
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Since 1st October 2015
I am a Ph.D student of Prof. Themis Palpanas at University Paris Descartes. The tile of my Thesis is: New Generation Series Indexing
From February to September 2015
During this experience I worked with Prof. Angela Bonifati at Inria Lille (France). The topics of the reserach were: Data Exchange, Relation Schema Mappings, Data Integration.
September 2012 - December 2014s
After spending 1 year in Trento - Italy (academic year 2012/2013) at University of Trento and 1 year in Pisa - Italy at Scuola Superiore S.Anna (academic year 2013/2014). The 19th December 2014 I received:
I obtained them after the defense of the Thesis: ULISSE - Ultra compact iSAX Index for Variable-Length Queries on Data Series.
September 2009 - September 2012
In September 2012 I received my Bachelor Degreee in Computer Science
The title of the Thesis was: Motif Discovery in Electroencephalograph Data.
From October 2006 to March 2012
During this experience I worked at Edizioni Erickson (Publishing House) Trento - Italy as a Software Developer. From November 2006 to November 2009 as employee and for the remaining period I contributed as a freelancer.