SIGMOD recognizes the best demonstration at the annual conference. There is usually one award for each demo session, but this varies by conference.


Best Demo:

Demonstrating CAESURA: Language Models as Multi-Modal Query Planners
Matthias Urban and Carsten Binnig

Best Demo Runner-Ups:

Demonstration of Udon: Line-by-line Debugging of User-Defined Functions in Data Workflows
Yicong Huang, Zuozhi Wang, and Chen Li

MillenniumDB: A multi-modal, multi-model graph database engine
Domagoj Vrgoč, Carlos Rojas, Renzo Angles, Marcelo Arenas, Vicente Calisto, Benjamín F. Farías, Sebastián Ferrada, Tristan Heuer, Aidan Hogan, Gonzalo Navarro, Alexander Pinto, Juan Reutter, Henry Rosales, and Etienne Toussiant


Best Demo:

A Demonstration of KAMEL: A Scalable BERT-based System for Trajectory Imputation
Mashaal Musleh and Mohamed Mokbel

Best Demo Runner-Ups:

Proactively Screening Machine Learning Pipelines with ArgusEyes
Sebastian Schelter, Stefan Grafberger, Shubha Guha, Bojan Karlaš, and Ce Zhang

Demonstrating NaturalMiner: Searching Large Data Sets for Abstract Patterns Described in Natural Language
Immanuel Trummer


Best Demo:

Pythia: Unsupervised Generation of Ambiguous Textual Claims from Relational Data
Enzo Veltri, Donatello Santoro, Gilbert Badaro, Mohammed Saeed, Paolo Papotti

Best Demo Runner-Up:

Everest: A Top-K Deep Video Analytics System
Ziliang Lai, Chris Liu, Chenxia Han, Pengfei Zhang, Eric CL Lo, Ben Kao


Best Demo:

Dendrite: Bolt-on Adaptivity for Data Systems
Brad Glasbergen, Fangyu Wu, Khuzaima Daudjee


Best Demo:

Sentinel: Understanding Data Systems
Bradley Glasbergen, Michael Abebe, Khuzaima Daudjee, Daniel Vogel, Jian Zhao


Best Demo:

Visual Exploration of Time Series Anomalies with Metro-Viz
Philipp Eichmann, Franco Solleza, Nesime Tatbul, Stan Zdonik


Best Demos:

Interactive Visual Exploration of Spatio-Temporal Urban Data Sets using Urbane
Harish Doraiswamy, Eleni Tzirita Zacharatou, Fabio Miranda, Marcos Lage, Anastasia Ailamaki, Claudio Silva, Juliana Freire

Interactive Demonstration of Probabilistic Predicats
Yao Lu, Srikanth Kandula, Surajit Chaudhuri


Best Demo:

Demonstration of the Cosette Automated SQL Prover
Shumo Chu, Daniel Li, Chenglong Wang, Alvin Cheung, and Dan Suciu

Honorable Mentions:

Visual Graph Query Construction and Refinement
Robert Pienta, Fred Hohman, Acar Tamersoy, Alex Endert, Shamkant Navathe, Hanghang Tong and Duen Horng Chau

VisualCloud Demonstration: A DBMS for Virtual Reality
Brandon Haynes, Artem Minyalov, Magdalena Balazinska, Luis Ceze and Alvin Cheung

OrpheusDB: A Lightweight Approach to Relational Dataset Versioning
Liqi Xu, Silu Huang, Sili Hui, Aaron Elmore and Aditya Parameswaran

Querying and Exploring Polygamous Relationships in Urban Spatio-Temporal Data Sets
Yeuk-Yin Chan, Fernando Chirigati, Harish Doraiswamy, Claudio Silva and Juliana Freire

Graph Data Mining with Arabesque
Eslam Hussein, Abdurrahman Ghanem, Vinicius Vitor Dos Santos Dias, Carlos H. C. Teixeira, Ghadeer Abuoda, Marco Serafini, Georgios Siganos, Gianmarco De Francisci Morales, Ashraf Aboulnaga and Mohammed Zaki

In-Browser Interactive SQL Analytics with Afterburner
Kareem El Gebaly and Jimmy Lin

doppioDB: A Hardware Accelerated Database
David Sidler, Zsolt Istvan, Muhsen Owaida, Kaan Kara and Gustavo Alonso

Optimizing Data-Intensive Applications Automatically By Leveraging Parallel Data Processing Frameworks
Maaz Bin Safeer Ahmad and Alvin Cheung



DataXFormer: An Interactive Data Transformation Tool
John Morcos, Ziawasch Abedjan, Ihab Francis Ilyas, Mourad Ouzzani, Paolo Papotti, Michael Stonebraker

QE3D: Interactive Visualization and Exploration of Complex, Distributed Query Plans
Daniel Scheibli, Christian Dinse, Alexander Boehm

Ringo: Interactive Graph Analytics on Big-Memory Machines
Yonathan Perez, Rok Sosic, Arijit Banerjee, Rohan Puttagunta, Martin Raison, Pararth Shah, Jure Leskovec

STORM: Spatio-Temporal Online Reasoning and Management of Large Spatio-Temporal Data
Robert Christensen, Feifei Li, Lu Wang, Ke Yi, Jun Tang, Natalee Villa


VQA: Vertica Query Analyzer
Alkis Simitsis, HP Labs; Kevin Wilkinson, HP Labs; Jason Blais, Vertica – HP Software; Joe Walsh, Vertica – HP Software

DoomDB – Kill the Query
Carsten Binnig, Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University; Abdallah Salama, Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University; Erfan Zamanian, Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University

ABS: a System for Scalable Approximate Queries with Accuracy Guarantees
Kai Zeng, University of California, Los Angeles; Shi Gao, University of California, Los Angeles; Jiaqi Gu, University of California, Los Angeles; Barzan Mozafari, University of Michigan; Carlo Zaniolo, University of California, Los Angeles