2023 - Research.com Computer Science in Italy Leader Award
2013 - ACM Fellow For contributions to database management, including distributed databases, rule-processing, and search computing.
2011 - Member of Academia Europaea
Stefano Ceri spends much of his time researching Data mining, Database, World Wide Web, Programming language and Database design. His Data mining research includes themes of Consistency, SQL, Set and Theoretical computer science. His study on Web application, Web modeling, Social network and Crowdsourcing is often connected to Research literature as part of broader study in World Wide Web.
His studies deal with areas such as Web development and Software engineering as well as Web modeling. His Programming language research includes elements of Query language, Relational database and Constraint. The various areas that he examines in his Database design study include Data modeling and Distributed database.
His primary areas of study are World Wide Web, Information retrieval, Programming language, Data science and Web modeling. His World Wide Web study focuses mostly on Web service, Web application, Web development, Web navigation and Data Web. His research investigates the connection with Web application and areas like Software engineering which intersect with concerns in Workflow.
His Programming language research integrates issues from Relational database and Relational algebra. The Web modeling study combines topics in areas such as Web standards, Web design and Web application security. He has included themes like Query by Example, XML and Query optimization in his Query language study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Data science, Metadata, Information retrieval, Social media and Computational biology. His research integrates issues of Data management, Social network, Field, Genomics and Pipeline in his study of Data science. His Data management study is focused on Database in general.
His Metadata research incorporates themes from Visualization, Open data, Software and Data integration. His work carried out in the field of Information retrieval brings together such families of science as RefSeq, Domain knowledge, Interface and Computational sociology. His Query language study contributes to a more complete understanding of Data mining.
Stefano Ceri mainly investigates Metadata, Data science, Social media, Data integration and Information retrieval. His Metadata research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Software, Interoperability and Database. His Query optimization study in the realm of Database connects with subjects such as Data selection.
He has researched Data science in several fields, including Data modeling, Data management, Social network, Pipeline and Big data. To a larger extent, Stefano Ceri studies World Wide Web with the aim of understanding Social media. Stefano Ceri interconnects Layer, Representation, Interface and RefSeq in the investigation of issues within Information retrieval.
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Conceptual Database Design: An Entity-Relationship Approach
Carlo Batini;Stefano Ceri;Shamkant B. Navathe.
Web Modeling Language (WebML): a modeling language for designing Web sites
Stefano Ceri;Piero Fraternali;Aldo Bongio.
the web conference (2000)
Active Database Systems: Triggers and Rules for Advanced Database Processing
Umeshwar Dayal;Jennifer Widom;Stefano Ceri.
Logic programming and databases
Stefano Ceri;Georg Gottlob;Letizia Tanca.
Distributed Databases: Principles and Systems
Stefano Ceri;Giuseppe Pelagatti.
What you always wanted to know about Datalog (and never dared to ask)
S. Ceri;G. Gottlob;L. Tanca.
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (1989)
F. Casati;S. Ceri;B. Pernici;G. Pozzi.
Designing Data-Intensive Web Applications
Stefano Ceri;Piero Fraternali;Aldo Bongio;Marco Brambilla.
Vertical partitioning algorithms for database design
Shamkant Navathe;Stefano Ceri;Gio Wiederhold;Jinglie Dou.
ACM Transactions on Database Systems (1984)
Deriving Production Rules for Incremental View Maintenance
Stefano Ceri;Jennifer Widom.
very large data bases (1991)
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