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Sergey Melnik is a member of technical staff at Google. Before that he was a researcher in the Database Group at Microsoft Research (2003-2008), a visiting researcher in the Stanford Database Group (1999-2002), and served as an invited expert at the World-Wide Web Consortium. He got an M.S. and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Leipzig, Germany. He received best paper awards at SIGMOD, ICDE and OSDI conferences, a 10-year Most Influential Paper Award at ICDE, and a best dissertation award from the German C.S. Society.

At Google, Sergey develops data management solutions for web-scale datasets. His recent work was published in the Research Highlights section of CACM. Previously, at Microsoft he was doing research on model management, object-to-relational mapping for the ADO.NET Entity Framework, XML-to-relational mapping, and schema matching, much of it with Phil Bernstein and the Data Programmability team in SQL Server.

Recent publications

Recent talks

Recent program committee service

  • ICDE'11, CIDR'11, VLDB'11, SIGMOD'11, SOCC'12, DBTest'13, HPTS'13, VLDB'15
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