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CIDR is a systems-oriented conference, complementary in its mission to the mainstream database conferences like SIGMOD or VLDB, by emphasizing the system architecture perspective rather than mathematical models or algorithmic methods for highly specific issues. Papers are invited on innovative and visionary approaches to data systems architecture. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: database systems, storage management, scalability and dependability, new architectures for business intelligence, personal information spaces, ambient and embedded databases, network services, user interfaces for data-intensive systems, Web data and Deep Web, information integration and data cleaning architectures, DB&IR integration, data management for e-science, data management in sensor networks, peer-to-peer data management, self-managing systems, benchmarking and experimental methodology.

The conference will be single-tracked. Proceedings will be published both as a website and on CD-ROM. The conference will run every-other year, typically in the fall or winter during non-HTPS years.



The CIDR conference is sponsored by the VLDB Foundation in co-operation with ACM SIGMOD.

Industrial Sponsors of the 2007 CIDR Conference

Google HP
IBM Almaden Computer Science Vertica

CIDR Graduate Student Scholarship Program

Thanks to generous donations from our industrial sponsors, CIDR will offer a limited number of grants for students who would like to attend CIDR'07. The grant is exclusively available to graduate students and will only cover the registration fee (for a shared room).

Applications should include the following material:
- a brief research statement from the student
- a brief note from the student's advisor endorsing the application

This material should be sent via e-mail to The subject of the e-mails should read "CIDR'07 <student's lastname>". The e-mails should be in plain text and should not include any attachments.

Priority will be given to students who are co-authors on accepted papers and demos.

Submission deadline: November 27, 2006
Notification of decisions:December 4, 2006


Important Dates

July 10, 2006 paper submission deadline
September 25, 2006 reviews due date
October 16, 2006 author notification
December 4, 2006 final papers due dat (5PM PST) Information for Authors
January 7-10, 2007 conference


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