2020 First Prize in ACM SIGMOD Undergraduate Research Competition. Winner: Meena Jagadeesan
2019 First Prize in ACM SIGMOD Undergraduate Research Competition. Winner: H. Gupta, V. Jain, J. Lennon.
2018 First Prize in ACM SIGMOD Undergraduate Research Competition. Winner: T. Lively, C. Mendizabal, L. Schroeder.
2017 First Prize in ACM SIGMOD Undergraduate Research Competition. Winner: Graham Lustiber.
2016 First Prize in ACM SIGMOD Undergraduate Research Competition. Winner: Alex Liu.
2019 Microsoft PhD Fellowship. Winner Wilson Qin.
2016 Microsoft PhD Fellowship. Winner Lukas Maas.
Stratos' Selected Awards (full list in CV)
2020 ACM SIGMOD Contributions Award. For "the innovative work in the data management community to encourage scientific reproducibility of our publications".
2019 Department of Energy Early Career Award. For research on Data Structure Alchemy
2017 Best of ACM SIGMOD. Our paper on Monkey: Optimal Navigable Key-value Store was selected as one of the (4) best papers of the ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data.
2016 FACEBOOK Faculty Award. For our work on self-designing key-value stores.
2016 NetApp Faculty Award. For our work on self-designing systems.
2015 IEEE TCDE Rising Star Award. By the IEEE Technical Committee of Data Engineering. "For breakthroughs in adaptive data management systems that allow users rich data exploration capabilities without a priori knowledge of the data or queries."
2015 NSF CAREER Award. For research on Evolutionary Data Systems. By the US National Science Foundation.
2015 CACM Research Highlights selection. For our ACM SIGMOD'12 paper on NoDB.
2012 Best of VLDB. Our paper on Concurrency Control for Adaptive Indexing was selected as one of the best papers of the 38th International Conference on Very Large Databases.
2011 ACM SIGMOD Jim Gray Doctoral Dissertation Award. This award recognizes the best Ph.D. thesis internationally in the area of data management. By the ACM Special Interest Group on Management of Data.
2011 ERCIM Cor Baayen Award. Best Ph.D. thesis across all areas of computer science and applied mathematics over all 19 'ERCIM countries': Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Named “Most promising European young researcher in computer science and applied mathematics”. By the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM).
2011 VLDB Best Paper Award in Challenges and Visions. In 37th International Conference on Very Large Databases (VLDB), Seattle, USA, Sep. 2011
2010 IBM zEnterpise System Recognition Award. For contributions in the IBM ISAO Smart Analytics Big Data product. By IBM Almaden Research Center, California, USA.