Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

schedule

Graph Systems and Algorithms devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Designing a performant and scalable graph processing python package Graffiti
A historical, distributed graph engine
The Neo4j Graph Algorithms Library: An Overview Gunrock: High-Performance Graph Analytics for the GPU Hardware-Software Co-Design for Efficient Graph Application Computations on Emerging Architectures Programmable Unified Memory Architecture (PUMA) Cypher enhancements for sharded and federated graph databases AMENDMENT Raphtory: Streaming analysis of distributed temporal graphs Temporal Graph Analytics with GRADOOP Weaviate OSS Smart Graph
feature updates, demo and use cases
Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Designing a performant and scalable graph processing python package Vincent Cave 15:00 15:20
  Graffiti
A historical, distributed graph engine
Sylvain Baubeau 15:25 15:45
  The Neo4j Graph Algorithms Library: An Overview Max Kie├čling 15:50 16:10
  Gunrock: High-Performance Graph Analytics for the GPU Muhammad Osama 16:15 16:35
  Hardware-Software Co-Design for Efficient Graph Application Computations on Emerging Architectures Margaret Martonosi, Aninda Manocha 16:40 17:00
  Programmable Unified Memory Architecture (PUMA) Stijn Eyerman 17:05 17:25
  Cypher enhancements for sharded and federated graph databases Tobias Johansson, Petr Janouch 17:30 17:50
  AMENDMENT Raphtory: Streaming analysis of distributed temporal graphs Ben Steer 17:55 18:15
  Temporal Graph Analytics with GRADOOP Kevin Gomez, Christopher Rost 18:20 18:40
  Weaviate OSS Smart Graph
feature updates, demo and use cases
Bob van Luijt 18:40 19:00