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Serge Abiteboul

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Education and Career
– Attended high school in Romorantin
– Studied at the Higher School Preparatory Classes in Tours
– Admitted to the Télécom Paris engineering school
– Studied at the Technion in Haifa for a year
– Received PhD from the University of Southern California in 1982
– Senior researcher at INRIA
– Professor at the Collège de France
– Contributions in finite model theory, database theory, and database systems
– Known for the Abiteboul-Vianu Theorem in finite model theory
– Highly cited researcher in the data management area

Awards and Honors
– ACM SIGMOD Test of Time Award in 2004
– Prix EADS in 2007
– ACM PODS Alberto O. Mendelzon Test-of-Time Award in 2008
– Elected member of the French Academy of Sciences in 2008
– Elected member of the European Academy of Sciences in 2011

– Serge Abiteboul author profile page at the ACM Digital Library
– Serge Abiteboul publications indexed by Google Scholar
– Serge Abiteboul at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
– Serge Abiteboul at DBLP Bibliography Server
– Various articles and interviews in French newspapers

Advocacy and Involvement
– Member of the ARCEP, the independent agency regulating telecommunications in France
– Advocate of net neutrality
– Critical of virtual assistants and their impact on privacy
– Tasked by the French government to address online bullying and harassment in 2019
– Active involvement in discussions and debates on various digital and technological issues

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Serge Abiteboul (Wikipedia)

Serge Joseph Abiteboul (born 25 August 1953 in Paris, France) is a French computer scientist working in the areas of data management, database theory, and finite model theory.[excessive citations]

Serge Abiteboul
Serge Abiteboul in 2016
Serge Joseph Abiteboul

(1953-08-25) 25 August 1953 (age 70)
Alma materUniversity of Southern California (PhD)
Known for
  • Abiteboul-Vianu Theorem
  • Data on the Web
Scientific career
FieldsData bases
ThesisMatching Functions and Disaggregations in Databases (1982)
Doctoral advisorSeymour Ginsburg
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