## ICDT 2022: Invited talks and accepted papers

International Conference on Database Theory (ICDT) 2022 will take place from 29th March to 1st April, 2022 in **virtual** Edinburgh, UK. It will feature an excellent scientific programme, including keynotes and invited talks jointly with EDBT 2022, and research papers.

*Marcelo Arenas*: Counting the Solutions to a Query (joint EDBT/ICDT Keynote)

*Hung Ngo*: On an Information Theoretic Approach to Cardinality Estimation (joint EDBT/ICDT Keynote)

*Seung-won Hwang*: Interactive Learning for Language-- Data Intelligence to the Rescue (joint EDBT/ICDT Keynote)

*Peter Boncz*: The (sorry) State of Graph Database Systems (joint EDBT/ICDT Keynote)

*Moshe Y. Vardi*: Logical Algorithmics (EDBT Invited Talk)

*Nofar Carmeli*: Answering Unions of Conjunctive Queries with Ideal Time (ICDT Invited Tutorial)

**Accepted papers** (from both submission cycles, in no particular order):

*Brecht Vandevoort, Bas Ketsman, Christoph Koch and Frank Neven*: Robustness against Read Committed for Transaction Templates with Functional Constraints

*Martin Raszyk, David Basin, Srdjan Krstic and Dmitriy Traytel*: Practical Relational Calculus Query Evaluation

*Gaetano Geck, Jens Keppeler, Thomas Schwentick and Christopher Spinrath*: Rewriting with Acyclic Queries: Mind your Head

*Sam M. Thompson and Dominik D. Freydenberger*: Splitting Spanner Atoms: A Tool for Acyclic Core Spanners

*Yufei Tao*: Parallel Acyclic Joins with Canonical Edge Covers

*Martín Muñoz and Cristian Riveros*: Streaming Enumeration on Nested Documents

*Sarah Kleest-Meißner, Rebecca Sattler, Markus L. Schmid, Nicole Schweikardt and Matthias Weidlich*: Discovering Event Queries from Traces: Laying Foundations for Subsequence-Queries with Wildcards and Gap-Size Constraints

*Jingfan Meng, Huayi Wang, Jun Xu and Mitsunori Ogihara*: A Dyadic Simulation Approach to Efficient Range-Summability

*Shay Gershtein, Uri Avron, Ido Guy, Tova Milo and Slava Novgorodov*: On the Hardness of Category Tree Construction

*Austen Z. Fan and Paraschos Koutris*: Certifiable Robustness for Nearest Neighbor Classifiers

*Florent Capelli, Nicolas Crosetti, Joachim Niehren and Jan Ramon*: Linear Programs with Conjunctive Queries

*Raghavendra Addanki, Andrew McGregor, Alexandra Meliou and Zafeiria Moumoulidou*: Improved Approximation and Scalability for Fair Max-Min Diversification

*Cristina Feier*: Characterising Fixed Parameter Tractability for Query Evaluation Over Guarded TGDs

*Maximilian Marx and Markus Krötzsch*: Tuple-Generating Dependencies Capture Complex Values

*Sławek Staworko, Benoit Groz, Aurélien Lemay and Piotr Wieczorek*: Inference of Shape Graphs for Graph Databases

*Bart Bogaerts, Maxime Jakubowski and Jan Van den Bussche*: Expressiveness of SHACL features

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