Alexandros Labrinidis     (Αλέξανδρος Λαμπρινίδης)
Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Pittsburgh
Co-Director, Advanced Data Management Technologies Laboratory
Adjunct Professor, Computer Science Department, Carnegie Mellon University

Paper spotlight

Avoiding class warfare: managing continuous queries with differentiated classes of service by Thao Pham, Panos K. Chrysanthis, and Alexandros Labrinidis. Published in the VLDB Journal, 25(2):197-221, April 2016.

Research Interests

Big data, Internet of Things (IoT), the Physical Web, user-centric data management, data stream management systems, data-intensive computing, collaborative systems, scientific data management, quality of data/quality of service, the deep Web.

Research Projects

Teaching

Fall 2016
CS 1656 - Introduction to Data Science New
 
Spring 2016
CS 1656 - Introduction to Data Science
CS 0155 - Data Witchcraft New

Recent News

Apr 11, 2017:
Real-time intermodal transit information available in Oakland, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article about our Pitt Smart Living project. #news

Apr 7, 2017:
Press release from the Oakland Business Improvement District about our Pitt Smart Living project. #news

Apr 1, 2017:
I have been promoted to Professor of Computer Science (in the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences). #news

Dec 5, 2016:
New paper: ARGO: Architecture-Aware Graph Partitioning by Angen Zheng, Alexandros Labrinidis, Panos K. Chrysanthis, and Jack Lange. Published in the 2016 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (IEEE BigData 2016), Washington, D.C, December 5-8, 2016. #papers

Oct 28, 2016:
The new School of Computing and Information has just been approved by the University of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees. Starts operations July 1, 2017; first students admitted Fall 2017. Press Release #news

Sep 30, 2016:
Cory Thoma successfully defended his PhD proposal (Towards Scalable, Cloud-Based, Confidential Data Stream Processing). #students

Sep 23, 2016:
My Data Witchcraft course can now satisfy the Quantitative and Formal Reasoning General Education requirement for Arts & Sciences.#teaching

Sep 1, 2016:
New NSF Award: Appraisal of Subgrid Scale Closures in Reacting Turbulence via DNS Big Data. With Peyman Givi (PI), Panos Chrysanthis, and Bill Layton.#research

Aug 4, 2016:
Angen Zheng successfully defended his PhD proposal (Architecture-Aware Graph (Re)Partitioning). #students

May 25, 2016:
I am the Sponsorship Chair of IEEE ICDE 2017, to be held in San Diego, California, April 19-22, 2017. #service

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