Dan Suciu

Dan Suciu
Computer Science & Engineering
University of Washington
Box 352350
Seattle, WA 98195-2350
Voice: +1-206-685-1934
Fax: +1-206-543-2969


I am a full professor in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. I teach databases and do research in data management. I apply formal theory to novel and difficult data management tasks. My past work has addressed various aspects of managing semistructured data, including query languages, compression, query processing and type inference. My more recent work includes data security and querying unreliable and inconsistent data sources.

My Erdos number is 2.


Data on the Web: from Relations to Semistructured Data and XML

Probabilistic Databases Slides

Selected Talks

Probabilistic Databases: UAI 2014 Tutorial on Lifted Inference  MSRA Summer School 2013  ICDT 2011  PODS'07 (ppt pdf), SIGMOD'05 (ppt pdf html, bibliographic notes),

Data Security: Colloquium at UW in 2005 (ppt).

Communication Cost for Query Processing:Talk at the 2015' Beyond MapReduce Workshop (ppt), PhD Open School in Warsaw 2015 (http://phdopen.mimuw.edu.pl/index.php?page=l15w1)


Publications: DBLP, Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic, Local copies (by year, by coauthor)


Current Students: Shumo Chu, Eric Gribkoff, Paraschos Koutris, Daniel Li, Laurel Orr, Prasang Upadhyaya,
Former Students (first employment): Ashish Gupta (2005/Google), Gerome Miklau (2005/ University of Massachusetts, Amherst ), Nilesh Dalvi (2007/Yahoo!Research), Chris Re (2009/University of Wisconsin, Madison), Michael Cafarella (2009/University of Michigan, Ann-Arbour), Vibhor Rastogi (2010/Yahoo!Research), Nodira Khoussainova (2011/Twitter), Abhay Jha (2012/Walmarts Lab),

Current Postdocs: Sudeepa Roy,
Former Postdocs (first employment): Makoto Onizuka (2003/NTT Cyber Space Laboratory, Japan), Jihad Boulos (2006/ American University of Beirut, Department of Computer Science ), Wolfgang Gatterbauer (2011/ Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University ), Alexandra Meliou (2012/ University of Massachusetts, Amherst ),


Bio, Personal

The Database Group at the University of Washington.
Research for undergraduate students: click here.
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