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Our engineer Amine Ghrab presented his PhD public defense on the BI on Graph Project

Last Thursday, our engineer Amine Ghrab presented the BI on Graph project during his PhD public defense. Amine did an amazing job at the edge between Industry & Academia. Amine’s thesis was done in collaboration with the CODE/WIT Lab of the Université Libre de Bruxelles and the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, with the support of Prof. Oscar Romero & Prof. Esteban Zimanyi!

In his PhD thesis, Amine defined how BI environments can be enriched with Graph Data structures. Over the past decade, business and social environments have become increasingly complex and interconnected. As a result, graphs have emerged as a widespread abstraction tool at the core of the information infrastructure that supports these environments. In particular, the integration of graphs into data warehouse systems has appeared as a way to extend current information systems with graphs management and analysis capabilitiesGoing forward, Amine redefined the concepts of multidimensional cube on graph and showed how it can open new doors for data analysts. Finally, he showed how a graph data warehouse architecture can be defined.

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