Data Systems and Analytics
We live in an era of unprecedented access to data. The Georgia Tech Database Group tackles new challenges in organizing and leveraging the vast amounts of information at our disposal using data management and machine learning techniques. We participate in a number of cross-disciplinary research efforts and closely collaborate with other groups at Georgia Tech.
Our group has a proud history; databases was the first Georgia Tech computing research area to be ranked by U.S. News & World Report in the early 1990s. Our graduates have taken up faculty positions at top-ranked programs, including Rice, Texas A&M, and UIC. Our alumni populate research groups at Microsoft, LLNL, IBM, and others. Our collaborators include Microsoft Research, Cisco Labs, IBM Almaden, HP Labs, and Bosch Research. Our sponsors include NSF, NIH, DARPA, CDC, Intel, and IBM.
At the undergraduate level, we offer standard courses such as Introduction to Database Systems, Database System Implementation, and Emerging Database Technologies. At the graduate level, our classes include Database Systems Concepts and Design, Big Data Systems and Analytics, Introduction to Enterprise Computing, and Human-in-the-loop Data Analytics. This list of courses evolves over time reflecting the changes in the data systems and analytics landscape.
To learn more about the Data Systems and Analytics group, visit our webpage.
Coordinator: Joy Arulraj