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TYPHON paper wins Best New Idea and Emerging Results Award

​Jérôme Fink, Maxime Gobert and Anthony Cleve from TYPHON project partner University of Namur received special recognition in winning the Best New Idea and Emerging Results (NIER) Paper Award for their paper “Adapting Queries to Database Schema Changes in Hybrid Polystores” at the 20th IEEE Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (SCAM 2020) conference held on 27-28 September in Adeleide, Australia and online. A video of Jérôme Fink's presentation of the paper is available online and the paper is available for download.


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