SQL is a powerful query language that provides the necessary constructs for data definition and manipulation with a goal set to empower a variety of real-world applications with data-centric tasks. In this seminar, participants will go through the basic SQL constructs and will learn how to construct and execute SQL queries against relational database management systems.

Main takeaways


The seminar includes a hands-on session to get participants familiar with querying a relational database using SQL. Participants will need to install before the seminar Participants that are not confident or have troubles with the installation can schedule a meeting with the workshop facilitator before the seminar to go though the installation.

Workshop Facilitator

Fotis Psallidas is a PhD Candidate in the Computer Science department supervised by professor Eugene Wu. His research interests include data visualizations and data provenance for interactive systems. Contact Information: