HDMS 2011

Hellenic Data Management Symposium


Hellenic Data Management Symposium (HDMS) is the annual forum for the Greek database community to present and discuss recent advances in the data management field. After a successful series of nine events, the 10th symposium will be held in Athens on 17th and 18th of June 2011, right after SIGMOD.

The program of HDMS 2011 will include research and application paper presentations, tutorials, panels and demonstrations of research prototypes. The key criterion in judging submissions is that of technical content. As such, papers recently accepted for presentation in top international conferences may be submitted to HDMS as well and considered for inclusion in the unofficial HDMS proceedings.




Authors are invited to submit papers and proposals for the program on any topic related to Data Management, including but not limited to the following:

HDMS 2010 program will include research papers presentations, educational talks as well as round table meetings. All interested parties are welcomed to submit papers and discussion proposals, in any topic related to data management. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):


  • Core database technologies (e.g. query processing and optimization, database concurrency control, etc).
  • Non-traditional data management architectures (e.g. data stream management, computational clouds, peer-to-peer systems, replica management, etc).

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Submission Guidelines


Research papers must be submitted electronically in PDF. Click 
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Novel papers should be formatted according to the official ACM Proceedings format (available at http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html) and should not exceed twelve (12) pages.

Papers already accepted for presentation in top international conferences can be submitted to HDMS in their original format.To help the Greek community form a consistent corpus of terminological terms, all accepted papers, must be accompanied by (i) title, and (ii) abstract in GREEK.

Proposals for tutorials, panels and research prototype demonstrations should either be in their original format (if already accepted in major database conferences), or, they should not exceed two (2) pages, including the speakers, panelists, and the general concept of the proposal.

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