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2017-01-05 20:08

Paper Accepted at EDBT 2017

In-Place Appends for Real: DBMS Overwrites on Flash without EraseS. Hardock, I. Petrov, R. Gottstein, A. Buchmann. In Proc. EDBT 2017 [PDF]

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2017-01-05 20:01

Paper Accepted at BTW 2017

Effective DBMS space management on native Flash. S. Hardock, I. Petrov, R. Gottstein, A. Buchmann. In Proc. BTW 2017 [PDF]

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Sergey Hardock

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Associated Member
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Department of Computer Science
Databases and Distributed Systems
Hochschulstraße 10
64289 Darmstadt, Germany

Room S2 02 | E117
Phone +49 6151 16-25594
Fax +49 6151 16-25602


I am a PhD student working in the area of DBMS architectures.

- My focus is the impact of modern hardware (e.g. Flash memory) on DBMS.

Collaboration with Academia and Industry

I have been involved in the following academic research initiatives or industrial projects

tl_files/das_team/ilia/DFG-FlashyDB.png FlashyDB DFG Project: Impact of Flash Solid State Disks on Performance and Architecture of Data-Intensive Software Systems


[DBLP] [Google Scholar]


Revisiting DBMS Space Management for Native Flash.  
S. Hardock, I. Petrov, R. Gottstein, A. Buchmann. 
In Proc. EDBT 2016.


DBMS on Modern Storage Hardware. 
I. Petrov, R. Gottstein, S. Hardock.
In Proc. International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE) 2015.


NoFTL for Real: Databases on Real Native Flash Storage. 
S. Hardock, I. Petrov, R. Gottstein, A. Buchmann.
In Proc. EDBT 2015.

NoFTL: Database Systems on FTL-less Flash Storage
Sergej Hardock, Ilia Petrov, Robert Gottstein, Alejandro Buchmann
39th International Conference on Very Large Databases (VLDB), Riva del Garda, Italy, 2013. 

Background and Degrees

- since October 2013: Ph.D Student FlashyDB, Databases and Distributed Systems Group, TU-Darmstadt