In the openHPI course “Data Management with SQL” we explore the fundamentals of modern database systems. We study their structure and plan the design of databases and finally become familiar with the worldwide dominant querying language – SQL.
April 07, 2013 22:00 (UTC) to June 02, 2013 21:55 (UTC)
Language: German

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Databases form the basis of almost all major software applications. Whether in business, in research, or on the Web: huge amounts of data are generated everywhere. This data must be safely stored and made available for efficient querying.

In the openHPI course “Data Management with SQL” we explore the fundamentals of modern database systems. We study their structure and plan the design of databases and finally become familiar with the worldwide dominant querying language – SQL. By means of SQL one can send simply formulated but very powerful queries to a database. These requests can search for data, filter data, and finally analyze data in a multi-faceted way. Every now and then we leave this database user-oriented view and discover how a database system converts user instructions, for example when it comes to implementing complex operations more efficiently.

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    Prof. Felix Naumann leitet seit 2006 das Fachgebiet Informationssysteme am Hasso Plattner Institut in Potsdam. Dort entwickelt er zusammen mit seinem Team Methoden zur Datenanalyse, Datenreinigung und Informationsintegration. Er ist Autor zahlreicher wissenschaftlicher Artikel und betreut eine Vielzahl an Doktoranden. Felix Naumann gibt regelmäßig Vorlesungen in den Bachelor- und Masterstudiengängen IT-Systems Engineering über Datenbanksysteme und weiterführende Themen des Informationsmanagement, und er ist Autor eines Lehrbuchs zur Informationsintegration. Seit der Gründung der School of Design Thinking am Hasso Plattner Institut ist er regelmäßig Mitglied in dessen Coaching Team und leitet studentische Projekte in interdisziplinären Gruppen an.

    Felix Naumann studierte Wirtschaftsmathematik an der Technischen Universität Berlin und wurde 1997 Stipendiat des Berlin-Brandenburger Graduiertenkollegs "Verteilte Systeme". Seine Promotion wurde mit dem Dissertationspreis 2000 der Gesellschaft für Informatik ausgezeichnet. Nach einem zweijährigen Forschungsaufenthalt am IBM Almaden Research Center lehrte und forschte er als Juniorprofessor an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin.

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