COMS E6111-Advanced Database Systems
Columbia University
Spring 2021

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Course Description: Continuation of COMS W4111-Introduction to Databases, covers the latest trends in both database research and industry. Programming projects in Python are required.

Prerequisites:

Students need permission from the instructor if they do not have these prerequisites. Undergraduate students are welcome to register, with the instructor's permission if needed.

Topics (subject to change):

Readings: No required textbook, but will have readings from multiple sources, including research papers and:

Lectures: Tuesdays, 10:10 a.m.-12:00 n. ET

Grades:

Instructor: Prof. Luis Gravano (pronouns: he, him, his)

Instructional Assistants, Office Hours:

Professor Gravano and all instructional assistants hold their office hours online. The links for all office hours are available in a Google Calendar. Please find the link to the Google Calendar in an Announcement on CourseWorks (coming soon).