I am a graduate student and research assistant
in the Distributed Information Systems
Laboratory under the supervison of Professor Karl Aberer
at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland. My research
interests include efficient processing of ranked queries in unconventional settings, more specifically in data streams and peer-to-peer networks.
I received my M.Sc. in
Computer Engineering (2006)
from Sharif University of Technology (Iran) after graduating with a B.Sc.
degree in Computer Engineering (2004) from
Isfahan University of Technology (Iran). My CV
The Gist of Everything New: Personalized Top-k Processing over Web 2.0 Streams Parisa Haghani, Sebastian Michel, Karl Aberer
Accepted at 19th ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM2010), Toronto, Canada,
October 26-30 2010.
Evaluating top-k queries over incomplete data streams Parisa Haghani, Sebastian Michel, Karl Aberer
18th ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM2009), HongKong, China,
November 2-6 2009.
idMesh: Graph-Based Disambiguation of Linked Data Philippe Cudre-Mauroux , Parisa Haghani, Michael Jost, Karl Aberer, Hermann de Meer
18th International World Wide Web Conference(WWW2009), Madrid, Spain,
April 20-24 2009.
Distributed Similarity Search in
High Dimensions Using Locality Sensitive
Hashing Parisa Haghani, Sebastian Michel, Karl Aberer
12th International Conference on
Extending Database Technology(EDBT
2009), Saint-Petersburg, Russia,
March 23-26 2009.
LSH At Large - Distributed KNN
Search in High Dimensions Parisa Haghani, Sebastian Michel, Philippe Cudre-Mauroux, Karl Aberer 11th International Workshop on Web and Databases (WebDB 2008), Vancouver, Canada, June 13, 2008.
Efficient and Robust Secure
Aggregation for Sensor Networks Parisa Haghani, Panos Papadimitratos, Marcin Poturalski, Karl Aberer, Jean-Pierre Hubaux. The 3rd workshop on Secure
Network Protocols (NPSec 2007) Beijin, China October 2007.
Self-Organizing Schema Mappings
in the GridVine Peer Data Management
Suchit Agarwal,Adriana Budura, Parisa
Haghani, Karl Aberer
Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB