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Joseph M. Hellerstein

Jim Gray Professor of Computer Science
EECS Computer Science Division
UC Berkeley

Joseph M. Hellerstein

Current Students

Ph.D. Alumni

  1. Jeanna Neefe Matthews, Improving File System Performance with Adaptive Methods [1999], Clarkson University (main advisor: Thomas Anderson)
  2. Marcel Kornacker, Access Methods for Next-Generation Database Systems [2000], Cohera, Google, Cloudera
  3. Vijayshankar Raman, Interactive Query Processing [2001], IBM Almaden
  4. Megan Thomas, Boolean Bounding Predicates for Spatial Access Methods [2003], Cal State Stanislaus
  5. Amol Deshpande, Handling Estimation Errors in Database Query Processing [2004], U. Maryland
  6. Sam Madden, The Design and Evaluation of a Query Processing Architecture for Sensor Networks [2004], MIT (co-advised with Mike Franklin)
  7. Mehul Shah, Flux: A Mechanism for Building Robust, Scalable Dataflows [2004], HP Labs, Am
  8. Boon Thau Loo, The Design and Implementation of Declarative Networks [2006], U. Pennsylvania (co-advised with Ion Stoica)
  9. Fred Reiss, Data Triage [2007], IBM Almaden
  10. Ryan Huebsch, PIER: Internet Scale P2P Query Processing with Distributed Hash Tables [2008], Conviva, Playnomics (co-advised with Ion Stoica)
  11. David Chiyuan Chu, Building and Optimizing Declarative Networked Systems [2009]. Microsoft Research
  12. Alexandra Meliou, Querying Uncertain Data in Resource Constrained Settings [2009]. U. Massachusetts, Amherst (co-advised with Carlos Guestrin)
  13. Tyson Condie, Declarative Systems [2011]. Yahoo! Research, Microsoft, UCLA
  14. Daisy Zhe Wang. Extracting and Querying Probabilistic Information in BayesStore [2011]. U. Florida (co-advised with Mike Franklin and Minos Garofalakis)
  15. Kuang Chen. Data-driven Techniques for Improving Data Collection in Low-resource Environments [2011]. Captricity (founder) (co-advised w/Tapan Parikh)
  16. Azza Abouzied (Yale, co-advised with Avi Silberschatz). NYU-Abu Dhabi
  17. Sean Kandel (Stanford, co-advised with Jeff Heer). Trifacta (founder)
  18. Neil Conway. Language Support for Loosely Consistent Distributed Programming [2014]. Mesosphere.
  19. Peter Alvaro. Data-centric Programming for Distributed Systems [2015]. UC Santa Cruz
  20. Peter Bailis. Coordination Avoidance in Distributed Databases. Stanford. (co-advised with Ali Ghodsi and Ion Stoica)

Post-Doc Alumni

M.S. Alumni

  1. Ron Avnur, Eddies: Continuously Adaptive Query Processing [2000], Cohera, MarkLogic, BloomReach, Mongo
  2. Mohan Lakhamraju [2000], A Storage Manager for Telegraph, Tiger Global Management
  3. Owen Cooper, TelegraphCQ: From Streaming Database to Information Crawler [2005], AmberPoint
  4. Varun Kacholia, Maelstrom: Churn as Shelter [2005], Google
  5. Ashima Atul, Compact Implementation of Distributed Inference Algorithms for Network Monitoring [2008], Microsoft

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