Robin Li
李瑞斌

Biography

Interest is the best teacher

I’m a Ph.D. student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. My research focuses on file system designs for emerging storage technologies, specifically byte-addressable persistent memories. I enjoy kernel hacking and performance tweaking. My hobbies also include photography, electronics, and travelling. 

2014-2019

University of Toronto

B.A.Sc in Computer Engineering with PEY (Professional Experience Year)

2017-2018

AMD Inc.

PEY as an Application Engineer 

2019-2021

University of Toronto

M.A.Sc in Computer Engineering. 

Supervisor: Prof. Ding Yuan

Thesis: ctFS: Eliminating File Indexing with Contiguous File System on Persistent Memory

2021-present

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Ph.D. in Computer Engineering

Supervisor: Prof. Ding Yuan

Publication

Ruibin Li, Xiang Ren, Xu Zhao, Siwei He, Michael Stumm, Ding Yuan

In the Proceedings of the 20th USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies (FAST’22), Febuary 22-24, 2022.

Best paper award runner-up.

Also on USENIX ;login:

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Awards & scholorship

NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award

2019

Ongario Graduate Scholorship

2020-2021

TEaching
  • Teaching Assistant, ECE344 Operating Systems (2018S, 2019S, 2019F, 2020S, 2021S, 2022S)
  • Teaching Assistant, ECE454 Computer Systems Programming (2019F, 2020F, 2021F)
  • Teaching Assistant, ECE467 Compiler and Interpreter (2019F, 2020F)
  • Teaching Assistant, CSC384 Introduction to Artificial intelligence (2017S)
  • Teaching Assistant, ECE353 Operating Systems (2021S, 2022S)