Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

schedule

Graph Processing devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Cypher: An evolving query language for property graphs
A discussion of new extensions to Cypher
Cypher for Apache Spark The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store Analzying Blockchain transactions in Apache Spark G-CORE: The LDBC Graph Query Language Proposal Efficient Graph Algorithms in Neo4j Handling Billions Of Edges in a Graph Database It's a Trie... it's a Graph... it's a Traph!
Designing an on-file multi-level graph index for the Hyphe web crawler
Graph-based analysis of JavaScript source code repositories Open Data With Neo4j
From ideation to production

Graphs are everywhere. More and more applications make use of connected information both in graph analytics but also as graph databases. The Graph Processing Devroom, covers interesting topics around like graph processing, graph databases, graph visualization, recommendations, benchmarking and more.

We have presenters from projects, academia and the industry showing their latest open source work and research.

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Cypher: An evolving query language for property graphs
A discussion of new extensions to Cypher
Petra Selmer 10:30 11:05
  Cypher for Apache Spark Martin Junghanns, Max Kießling 11:15 11:50
  The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store Max Neunhoeffer 12:00 12:35
  Analzying Blockchain transactions in Apache Spark Jiří Kremser 12:45 13:20
  G-CORE: The LDBC Graph Query Language Proposal Hannes Voigt 13:30 14:05
  Efficient Graph Algorithms in Neo4j Michael Hunger 14:15 14:50
  Handling Billions Of Edges in a Graph Database Michael Hackstein 15:00 15:35
  It's a Trie... it's a Graph... it's a Traph!
Designing an on-file multi-level graph index for the Hyphe web crawler
Guillaume Plique 15:45 16:20
  Graph-based analysis of JavaScript source code repositories Gabor Szarnyas 16:30 17:05
  Open Data With Neo4j
From ideation to production
Florent Biville 17:15 17:50