Rutgers Today has a story on our Personal Data Search project (link)(May 2013)
Google Research Award, Remembrance of Data Past: Using Context in Personal Information Search, with Thu D. Nguyen (July 2012).
Publicity and Social Media Chair, 2013 ACM SIGMOD Conference, New York, NY, June 22-27, 2013.
Demonstrations Co-Chair, 21st ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2012), Maui, HI, Oct 29-Nov 2, 2012.
NSF CDI-Type I Grant "Gaining Knowledge from Other Patients: Structuring and Searching the content of Health-Related Web Posts" joint with Noémie Elhadad,
Biomedical Informatics. (October 2010). (Rutgers Focus and Daily Targum articles)
My main research interests are in Databases, specifically Top-k Query
Processing, Data Corroboration, Recommendation Systems, and XML and Web Data Management.
Fall 2013:198:437 Database Systems Implementation.
Fall 2012: 198:336 Principles of Information and Data Management.
Spring 2012: 198:437 Database Systems Implementation.
Fall 2010, Spring 2009: 198:442 Topics in
Computer Science: Systems Aspects of Information Management
Spring 2010, Spring 2008, Spring 2007, Spring 2006: 198:541 Database Systems.
Fall 2008: 198:673 Web Data Management.
Fall 2011, Fall 2006: 198:336 Principles of Information and Data Management.
Spring 2008, Fall 2006, Spring 2006:
198:500 Readings in Data Management,
DBLP entry, CV)
My research has been supported by NSF grants NSF-IIS 0844935 and BCS-CDI-Type I 1027801, Google, and Microsoft.
- PERSEUS, joint with Noémie Elhadad,
- RelaxedQ: Semi-structured Data Scoring: Scoring mechanisms to rank (approximate) structural matches to
semi-structured data queries, and efficient algorithms to identify the best structural matches.
- URSA: User Reviews Structure Analysis
- Over a Restaurant Review Data Set (IS to appear, WebDB 2009)
Google Research Award for the proposal:
Understanding User Reviewing Patterns," joint with Noémie Elhadad,
- Data Corroboration:
- In Join Queries
- Over Disagreeing Views
- Over Web Sources
Microsoft Live Labs Search Award
for the research proposal "The Truth Is
out There: Aggregating Answers From Multiple Web Sources." (Feature
- For Data Cleaning
Recent Professional Activities
- XML Projection a projection operator integrated in the
Galax XQuery implementation project.
- XML Version Management: a change-centric model and diff tools (XyDiff) to identify and represent changes in XML documents.
- Top-k Query Processing: adaptive algorithms to efficiently identify a query's top-k matching objects, for different scenarios (multimedia, web services, XML).
Further details available on our
RANK project page.
Area Editor, Information Systems
Area PC Vice-Chair, Social Networks and Personal Information track, 27th
IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE 2011)
Co-chair of the WebDB 2011 workshop co-located with SIGMOD 2011.
Co-chair of the DBRANK 2010 workshop co-located with ICDE 2010.
Publicity Chair for WSDM 2010
Workshops Co-Chair, 19th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2010)
Co-Chair, Very Large Databases (VLDB 2009) Ph.D. Workshop
Amélie Marian is an Associate Professor in the
Computer Science Department at
Her research interests are in top-k query
processing, XML query optimization, and XML and web data management. Amélie received her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Columbia University in 2005. From March 1999 to August 2000, Amélie was a member of the
VERSO project at INRIA-Rocquencourt. She
received B.S. and M.S. degrees from Université
Paris Dauphine, France in 1998 and 1999, respectively. She is the
recipient of a Microsoft Live Labs Award (2006), three Google Research Awards (2008, 2010, and 2012)
and an NSF CAREER award (2009).
14th International Workshop on the Web and Databases (
WebDB 2011) (June 2011)
VLDB Ph.D. Workshop, August 24th 2009, Lyon, France
1st Rutgers /
Pierre & Marie Curie Workshop, Paris, France, June 20-21 2006
3rd New York Area DB/IR Day, at
Rutgers, on April 28, 2006