Keval Vora

Assistant Professor
School of Computing Science
Simon Fraser University
TASC 1 9419, 8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Email: keval@sfu.ca
Tel: (778) 782-5295

Open positions: I am looking for self-motivated students interested in building scalable solutions. If you are interested in developing novel parallel/distributed solutions for challenging problems (impacting important domains like machine learning, big data, etc.), please email me a brief description about your work interests along with a copy of your CV.
I am interested in the broad area of Parallel & Distributed Computing including their Programmability, Performance, Scalability & Fault Tolerance. My current work lies at an intersection of large scale graph processing and relaxed consistency semantics. [Read More...]
I received my PhD in Computer Science from University of California, Riverside, where my PhD advisor was Rajiv Gupta. I also worked as a visitng student researcher at University of California, Irvine where I worked with Harry Xu.
(Click here for complete list of publications.)
  1. [ASPLOS'19] PnP: Pruning and Prediction for Point-To-Point Iterative Graph Analytics (21.14%)
  2. [ASPLOS'17] KickStarter: Fast and Accurate Computations on Streaming Graphs via Trimmed Approximations (17.45%)
  3. [ASPLOS'17] CoRAL: Confined Recovery in Distributed Asynchronous Graph Processing (17.45%)
  4. [ATC'16] Load the Edges You Need: A Generic I/O Optimization for Disk-based Graph Processing (17.67%)
  5. [TACO'16] Synergistic Analysis of Evolving Graphs
  6. [HPDC'16] Efficient Processing of Large Graphs via Input Reduction (15.5%)
  7. [OOPSLA'14] ASPIRE: Exploiting Asynchronous Parallelism in Iterative Algorithms using a Relaxed Consistency based DSM (27.96%)
  8. [HPDC'14] CuSha: Vertex-Centric Graph Processing on GPUs (16.15%)