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Paper to appear in ACM TKDD


Paper published in Special Issue of Algorithms

  • 26.06.2019: We are pleased to announce that our paper "Guidelines for Experimental Algorithmics: A Case Study in Network Analysis" was accepted and published by the open-access journal Algorithms. It is part of the Special Issue: "Algorithm Engineering: Towards Practically Efficient Solutions to Combinatorial" edited by Daniele Frigioni and Mattia D'Emidio. More information can be found here.


Paper accepted for Euro-Par 2019

  • 07.05.2019: Euro-Par 2019 is not taking place without MACSy. Our paper "Parallel Adaptive Sampling with almost no Synchronization" just got accepted and will be published later this year in the LNCS proceedings.


New group member: Fabian Brandt-Tumescheit

  • 02.05.2019: A warm welcome to Fabian Brandt-Tumescheit, who joins our group today as IT support staff member. He will be responsible for the whole IT infrastructure (hard- and software) of our group and supports us in our high-performance computing research.


Paper published in JEA


Paper published in JEA

  • 01.09.2018: We are delighted to announce the publication of our paper "Improving the Betweenness Centrality of a Node by Adding Links" in ACM's Journal of Experimental Algorithmics (JEA). More information can be found here.


Two MACSy papers presented at ICPP 2018

  • 13.08.2019: At this year's ICPP (13.-16.8. in Eugene, USA) we present two peer-reviewed papers. The first one is "Topology-induced Enhancement of Mappings", the second one "Balanced k-means for Parallel Geometric Partitioning". More information can be found here.


Research Group Meyerhenke starts as MACSy at HU Berlin!

  • 01.08.2018: Today we start our work as the chair Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems (short: MACSy) at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. All research staff members of the group relocate from Cologne to Berlin.