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Dominique Hausler

I am currently working in the DFG Project NoSQL Schema Evolution and Big Data Migration at Scale II. My work contains the analysis of graph databases, in particular evolution in graph databases. To do so, I am analyzing the evolution capabilities of graph databases and plan to develop on top of Cypher an evolution language. The second topic focuses on inter-model linkage. The aim is to develop a system where different database stores with heterogeneous schemas can be accessed at once. To connect different data models, inclusion dependencies are used.


Research Interests

  • Evolution in graph databases
  • Schema extraction
  • Inter-model linkage


Publications


Graph Database Evolution


Teaching

Lectures and Seminars:


Curriculum Vitae

Scientific Career

since 04/2023

PhD student,
Faculty for Computer Science and Data Science, Data Engineering Group, University of Regensburg, Germany

since 04/2023

Research assistant in the DFG project "No SQL Schema Evolution and Big Data Migraion at Scale II",
Faculty for Computer Science and Data Science, Data Engineering Group, University of Regensburg, Germany

2017-2021

Graduate student of Digital Humanities, University of Regensburg, Germany

Master thesis: Empirical analysis of learning and teaching methods during the Corona Pandemic to develop orientation guidlines for students

2017-2021

Graduate student of Comparative East and Western European Studies, University of Regensburg, Germany

Master thesis: Corpus-based analysis of learner texts by russian L1 speakers

2014-2018

Undergraduate student of General and Comparative Linguistics, Information Science and History, University of Regensburg, Germany

Bachelor thesis: The expression of reflexive verbs: A empirical study among Ukrainians with German as a Second Language



  1. Fakultät für Informatik und Data Science

Lehrstuhl Data Engineering

Dominique Hausler


Telefon: 0941 943-68609

E-Mail: dominique.hausler@ur.de

Raum: 626