Purdue University - Department of Computer Science -

K. R. Jayaram

Graduate Student

Joined department: 2005


Bachelor of Engineering (with Honors), Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, India, Computer Science (2004)
Master of Science, Purdue University, Computer Science (2008)

(I've graduated and moved to HP Labs, Palo Alto, CA) Jayaram was a PhD student in Computer Science at Purdue University. His advisor is Prof. Patrick Eugster. His research is on programming languages, algorithms and middleware for distibuted event-based systems (DEBS). Specifically, he has been focussing on (1) programming language extensions for event correlation (2) the interplay between programming languages and middleware for DEBS -- how programming languages and static analysis can be used to increase the performance and scalability of event-processing middleware, and (3) novel routing algorithms for parametric DEBS, where subscriptions are parametrized by program variables.

Selected Publications

K. R. Jayaram, Chamikara Jayalath and Patrick Eugster, "Parametric Subscriptions for Content-based Publish/Subscribe Systems", MIDDLEWARE 2010
K. R. Jayaram and Patrick Eugster, "Split and Subsume: Subscription Normalization for Effective Content-based Messaging", ICDCS 2011
Patrick Eugster and K. R. Jayaram, "EventJava: An Extension of Java for Event Correlation", ECOOP 2009

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