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Patrick Holl

Software Engineering for Business Information Systems

Chair of Informatics 19
Department of Informatics
Technische Universität München

Boltzmannstraße 3, D-85748 Garching 

patrick.holl [at] tum.de

Room FMI 01.12.059
Office hours by appointment

 

Curriculum Vitae

I'm a research associate at the chair of Software Engineering for Business Information Systems (sebis) at the Technische Universität München since June 2016. I hold a master's degree in Computing Science from the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

I like to create stuff and code a lot during my free time - but also during work of course!

 

Research Projects


Midas

Midas is a data management platform tailored to heterogeneous data sources. The system allows data scientists and business analysts to seamlessly query internal data stores and external sources from the web, like open data, via SQL. The core of Midas is a SQL-based query engine build on the concepts of Google's Dremel, including sophisticated data management and governance features.

Key features

  • Data virtualization
  • SQL-on-everything approach
  • Rich metadata catalog for attached data sources
  • Web data integration

 

 

 

Other projects


hackaTUM 

2016, we hosted the first hackathon at the TUM and it was a great success. Our vision is to create one of the largest hackathons in Europe and become a place were established companies and young innovative students can meet and work together on the future. At the TUM, we have a highly sklilled and diverse set of students and a hackathon is the right place to unleash that potential.

If your are interested in sponsoring the event, just contact me! Further information can be found at http://hack.tum.de

 

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Publications

[La16c Landthaler, J.; Waltl, B.; Holl, P.; Matthes, F.: Extending Full Text Search for Legal Document Collections using Word Embeddings, Jurix: International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, Sofia Antipolis, France, 2016