Bio Notes

Paolo Papotti got his Ph.D. degree from the University of Roma Tre (Italy) in 2007 and is an associate professor in the Data Science department at EURECOM (France) since 2017. Before joining EURECOM, he has been a scientist in the data analytics group at QCRI (Qatar) and an assistant professor at Arizona State University (USA). His research is in the broad areas of scalable data management and information quality, with a focus on data integration and computational claim verification.

News

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Recent Activities

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  • PC Chair: MisInfo 2019, WebDB 2018
  • Associate Editor: PVLDB 2020-2021, ACM JDIQ
  • PC Member: SIGMOD 2021, ICDE 2021, EDBT 2021, SIGMOD 2020, PVLDB 2020, ICDE 2020, BigData 2020, TTO 2020, SEBD 2020

Selected Publications

Data Cleaning

  • R. Cappuzzo, P. Papotti, S. Thirumuruganathan
    Creating Embeddings of Heterogeneous Relational Datasets for Data Integration Tasks.
    In SIGMOD, 2020. (.pdf) (code) (video)
  • S. Ortona, V. Meduri, P. Papotti
    Robust Discovery of Positive and Negative Rules in Knowledge-Bases.
    In ICDE, 2018. (Tech. Report) (code) (.pdf)
  • R. Singh, V. Meduri, A. Elmagarmid, S. Madden, P. Papotti, J. Quiane, N. Tang, A. Solar
    Synthesizing Entity Matching Rules by Examples.
    PVLDB, 2016. (.pdf)
  • E. Veltri, D. Santoro, G. Mecca, P. Papotti, J. He, G. Li, N. Tang
    Interactive and Deterministic Data Cleaning.
    In SIGMOD, 2016. (.pdf)
  • Z. Abedjan, X. Chu, D. Deng, R. Fernandez, I. Ilyas, M. Ouzzani, P. Papotti, M. Stonebraker, N. Tang
    Detecting Data Errors: Where are we and what needs to be done?.
    PVLDB, 2016. (.pdf)
  • F. Geerts, G. Mecca, P. Papotti, D. Santoro.
    The LLUNATIC Data-Cleaning Framework.
    PVLDB, 2013. (.pdf) (code)
  • X. Chu, I. Ilyas, P. Papotti
    Discovering Denial Constraints.
    PVLDB, 2013. (.pdf)

Computational Fact Checking

  • G. Karagiannis, M. Saeed, P. Papotti, I. Trummer.
    Scrutinizer: a mixed-initiative approach to large-scale, data-driven claim verification.
    PVLDB, 2020. (.pdf) (code) (video)
  • P. Huynh, P. Papotti.
    A Benchmark for Fact Checking Algorithms Built on Knowledge Bases.
    CIKM, 2019. (.pdf) (code)
  • N. Ahmadi, J. Lee, P. Papotti, M. Saeed.
    Explainable Fact Checking with Probabilistic Answer Set Programming.
    Conference for Truth and Trust Online (TTO), 2019. (.pdf)

Data Exchange

  • P. Atzeni, L. Bellomarini, P. Papotti, R. Torlone.
    Meta-Mappings for Schema Mapping Reuse.
    PVLDB, 2019. (.pdf)
  • B. Marnette, G. Mecca, P. Papotti.
    Scalable Data Exchange with Functional Dependencies.
    PVLDB, 2010. (.pdf) (.ppt) (code)
  • G. Mecca, P. Papotti, S. Raunich.
    Core Schema Mappings.
    In SIGMOD Conference, 2009. (.pdf) (.ppt) (tech. report) (code)
  • M.A. Hernandez, P. Papotti, W.C. Tan.
    Data Exchange with Data-Metadata Translations.
    In VLDB Conference, 2008. (.pdf) (.ppt)
  • A. Raffio, D. Braga, S.Ceri, P. Papotti, M.A. Hernandez.
    Clip: a Visual Language for Explicit Schema Mappings.
    In ICDE Conference, 2008. (.pdf)
  • A. Fuxman, M.A.Hernandez, H.Ho, R.J. Miller, P. Papotti, L.Popa.
    Nested Mappings: Schema Mapping Reloaded.
    In VLDB Conference, 2006. (.pdf) (.ppt)

Web Data Extraction and Integration

  • M. Bronzi, V. Crescenzi, P. Merialdo, P. Papotti.
    Extraction and Integration of Partially Overlapping Web Sources.
    PVLDB, 2013. (.pdf)
  • L.Blanco, V.Crescenzi, P.Merialdo, P.Papotti.
    Probabilistic Models to Reconcile Complex Data from Inaccurate Data Sources.
    In CAiSE Conference, 2010. (.pdf)

Schema Exchange

  • P. Papotti and R. Torlone.
    Schema exchange: Generic mappings for transforming data and metadata.
    In Data & Knowledge Engineering, 2009. (.pdf)
  • P. Papotti and R. Torlone.
    Automatic Generation of Model Translations.
    In CAiSE Conference, 2007. (.pdf)

Associate Professor at the
Data Science Department
EURECOM
Campus SophiaTech
450 route des Chappes
06410 Biot, France

Tel: +33 (0)4 - 9300 8147
Room 423
papotti at MyInstitutionName .fr


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Everything should be made as simple as possible; but no simpler.

(A.Einstein)

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