Presentation

GDD is a research group of LINA, University of Nantes. GDD stands for "Gestion de Données Distribuées" that can be translated to "Distributed Data Management". GDD is working in federated distributed systems following 3 research directions:
  • federated data structures and consistency,
  • collaborative data sharing in federations,
  • security and usage control in federations.
GDD has expertise in Distributed Systems, Distributed Collaborative Systems, Distributed Database systems and  Web of Data. Our topics includes:
These topics are present in the following scientific domains:
GDD is member of Labex Comin Labs. The CominLabs federate the best teams from Bretagne and Nantes regions in the broad area of telecommunications, from electronic devices to wide area distributed applications “over the top”.
The last evaluation report for GDD is available here.

News&Annoucements

  • 2 Phd Positions in GDD The Distributed Data Management Group (GDD) at the University of Nantes (France) is inviting for 2 PhD student applications:Federations of data consumers for querying linked data, more details at ...
    Posted Jun 25, 2016, 2:18 AM by Pascal Molli
  • CyCLaDEs Honorable mention best research paper awards@ESWC2016 CyCLaDEs: A Decentralized Cache for Triple Pattern Fragments . Pauline Folz, Hala Skaf-Molli, and Pascal Molli accepted at ESWC2016. The talk Slides. Honorable mention best research paper awards.
    Posted Jun 16, 2016, 5:54 AM by Hala Skaf
  • Research Internship for a Master 2 student Federated queries or not federated queries, that’s the question.Nantes, November 2015.Research internship to be developed in collaboration between the GDD Team of the LINA computer science laboratory ...
    Posted Jan 27, 2016, 10:52 PM by Patricia Serrano Alvarado
  • Tutorial at OPODIS 2014 The tutorial proposal "Distributed Large-Scale Data Stream Analysis" by Yann Busnel has been accepted for presentation at OPODIS 2014.
    Posted Aug 6, 2014, 6:36 AM by Yann Busnel
  • Best Paper Award at PODC 2014 The paper "Signature-Free Asynchronous Byzantine Consensus with t < n/3 and O(n^2) messages" by Achour Mostéfaoui, Hamouma Moumen and Michel Raynal won the Best Paper Award at ...
    Posted Aug 1, 2014, 5:57 AM by Luis Daniel Ibáñez González
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