Dr. Piyush Harsh home
Photographs: Top-Left Clockwise - while biking on Hawthorne trail; moss covered rocks in Honeymoon Island; Washington-Oaks State Park beach.
Contact Information:
piyush [dot] harsh [at] zhaw [dot] ch

TD O3.02, InIT ICCLab
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Obere Kirchgasse 2
8401 Winterthur, Switzerland
Fax: +41-(0)58.935.7403

Piyush Harsh
Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering
University of Florida
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Computer Engineering
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Chair: Dr. Richard Newman [site]
Dissertation: A Hierarchical Approach to Multicast Sessions Directory Architecture
August 2010
Master of Science in Computer Engineering
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Chair: Dr. Stephen M. Thebaut
December 2008
Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee, India.
Project Supervisor: Dr. (Mrs.) Kumkum Garg
Major Project: Design and Implementation of a Medical Expert System
August 2003
Piyush received his bachelors degree in Computer Science from highly reputed Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee in August 2003. He received his doctorate from University of Florida in August 2010. After graduating he moved to France where he worked as researcher at INRIA Bretagne-Atlantique center in Rennes, until April 2013. At INRIA he was involved in a multi-million Euro European Union project where the goal was to develop a federation of clouds supporting extensive SLAs and QoP constraint providing users fine grained control over location of their compute resources and data. Since April 2013, he has joined Zurich University of Applied Sciences as a tenure-track researcher. Other than cloud computing research, his research interests are presently also in the field of security and congitive networks. Some of his more recent research topics included covert channels, mix firewalls, image based authentication and associated problems. In the past he has worked a bit on expert systems design too. As part of his doctoral research he developed a globally scalable, distributed and hierarchical solution to multicast sessions directory service problem that can be deployed in both ASM and SSM multicast networks.
Application Materials
He is always looking for a more challenging research oriented positions. Click on the links below to access his application materials:
Curriculum-Vitae List of Publications [partial] Statement of Research
Statement of Teaching
His MR Erdos Number is 4.