Harshvardhan Pratap Singh

Department
ECE
Associated Projects
fpga-ToPSS
Previous Status
Masters Student(2009-09-01 — 2011-09-30)
E-mail
harshvps@eecg.toronto.edu
Biography
Harsh Singh is currently a M.A.Sc. student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto, from where he also completed his bachelors degree in Computer Engineering in 2006. His research interest lies in exploring custom hardware based line-rate (high speed) publish-subscribe event processing system designs. His hardware design background is complimented with an internship experience at AMD - Canada (ATI formerly) where he worked as an ASIC design engineer. Moreover, prior to commencing his graduate studies he had been working as a hardware engineer at Ontario Power Generation.
First Employment At
Ontario Power Generation
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Publications
  • Multi-query Stream Processing on FPGAs.
    Mohammad Sadoghi, Rija Javed, Naif Tarafdar, Rohan Palaniappan, Harshvardhan Pratap Singh, and Hans-Arno Jacobsen.
    In 28th International Conference on Data Engineering, 2012.
    Tags: fpga, content-based matching, composite subscription, publish/subscribe, topss
  • fpga-ToPSS: Line-speed Event Processing on FPGAs.
    Mohammad Sadoghi, Harshvardhan Pratap Singh, and Hans-Arno Jacobsen.
    In The 5th ACM International Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems (DEBS), pages 373-374, July 2011.
    Tags: content-based matching, content-based publish/subscribe, fpga, event processing
  • Towards Highly Parallel Event Processing Through Reconfigurable Hardware.
    Mohammad Sadoghi, Harshvardhan Pratap Singh, and Hans-Arno Jacobsen.
    In The 7th International Workshop on Data Management on New Hardware (DaMoN, co-located with SIGMOD), pages 27-32, June 2011.
    Tags: content-based publish/subscribe, content-based matching, fpga
  • fpga-ToPSS for High-throughput and Low-latency Event Processing in Algorithmic Trading.
    Mohammad Sadoghi, Martin Labrecque, Harshvardhan Pratap Singh, Warren Shum, and Hans-Arno Jacobsen.
    IBM CASCON, 2010.
    Tags: content-based matching, topss, fpga
  • Efficient Event Processing through Reconfigurable Hardware for Algorithmic Trading.
    Mohammad Sadoghi, Martin Labrecque, Harshvardhan Pratap Singh, Warren Shum, and Hans-Arno Jacobsen.
    In 36th International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB) (3)2, pages 1525-1528, 2010.
    Tags: fpga, content-based publish/subscribe, content-based matching, topss, publish/subscribe