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This workshop is the 34th workshop on basics of database systems (Grundlagen von Datenbanken)  organized by the GI working group Fundamentals of Information Systems (Grundlagen von Informationssystemen) in the GI section Databases and Information Systems (Fachbereich Datenbanken und Informationssysteme, DBIS). It will be held in Kloster Hirsau in the northern Black Forest (Baden-Württemberg, Germany) from June 7 to June 9, 2023.

The workshop aims to promote communication between researchers from German-speaking countries working on databases and information systems. It is especially intended as a forum for young researchers who want to present their current work in a larger forum. In contrast to the often anonymous atmosphere of large conferences, the workshop allows for much more intensive contact with the other participants and thus offers an ideal setting for open and stimulating discussions. Young scientists in particular benefit from this intensive exchange.

We welcome basic and application-oriented contributions in the entire subject area of databases and information systems. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
– Adaptive systems and personalization
– Big data and cloud data management
– Collaborative data management and data analysis
– Databases on modern hardware
– Database benchmarking and performance tuning
– Data integration, information extraction and schema matching
– Data warehousing, OLAP, data mining and knowledge discovery
– Data modeling and data provenance
– Data visualisation and data representation
– E-Commerce, M-Commerce and database systems
– Energy aware databases
– Graph databases
– Geographic information systems
– In-memory databases
– Linked open data
– Metadata management
– Mobile computing and databases
– Multimedia database systems and information retrieval
– NoSQL databases
– Parallel and distributed data management
– Query processing, indexing and optimization
– Real-time database systems
– Recommendation systems
– Replication, caching, materialized views
– Security and privacy
– Scientific data management
– Spatial and temporal databases
– Streaming data
– Similarity queries
– Transactions processing, consistency and recovery
– Uncertain, probabilistic and approximate databases
– Unstructured and semi-structured data