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Badrish Chandramouli

Badrish Chandramouli

Badrish Chandramouli is a researcher in the database group at Microsoft Research.  He is broadly interested in databases and distributed systems, with current interests in high-performance stream processing and big data analytics, Cloud computing, and database query processing and optimization. Since 2008, Badrish has been working primarily on the streams project at MSR Redmond, which first shipped commercially in 2010 as the Microsoft StreamInsight engine.

Since early 2012 when he started the Trill project with colleagues at MSR, Badrish has been working on building Trill as a .NET based high-performance incremental analytics engine. Trill is a library with a new architecture that provides best-of-breed or better performance across a diverse range of analytics styles and latency needs. You can learn more about Trill by checking out its project page.

Visit Badrish's official website at to learn more about his research and publications.

Recent Publications








    • Mohamed Ali, Ciprian Gerea, Balan S. Raman, Beysim Sezgin, Tiho Tarnavski, Tomer Verona, Ping Wang, Peter Zabback, Anton Kirilov, Asvin Ananthanarayan, Ming Lu, Alex Raizman, Ramkumar Krishnan, Roman Schindlauer, Torsten Grabs, Sharon Bjeletich, Badrish Chandramouli, Jonathan Goldstein, Sudin Bhat, Ying Li, Vincenzo Di Nicola, Xianfang Wang, David Maier, Ivo Santos, Olivier Nano, and Stephan Grell, Microsoft CEP Server and Online Behavioral Targeting, in International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB), Lyon, France, August 2009.
    • Badrish Chandramouli, Jonathan Goldstein, and David Maier, On-the-fly Progress Detection in Iterative Stream Queries, in International Conference on Very Large Databases (VLDB), Lyon, France, August 2009.





    • Badrish Chandramouli, L. Zeng, and H. Lei, Semantic Tuplespace, in Intl. Conf. on Service-Oriented Computing, December 2005.
    • Badrish Chandramouli, H. Lei, K. Bhaskaran, H. Chang, M. Dikun, and T. Heath, Pushing the Envelope of Pervasive Access, in IEEE Intl. Conf. on Pervasive Services, July 2005.
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