Felipe de Azevedo Piovezan
[first name] [at] cs.toronto.edu
I'm an MSc student in the Theory Group at the U of T, where I'm currently supervised by Sam Toueg and Vassos Hadzilacos. My research area is the theory of distributed computing, currently focusing on shared memory systems.
I also enjoy programming contests (like ICPC), C and C++ programming, computer architecture, learning more about operating systems and GPU programming.
- Cache sizing for low-energy Elliptic Curve Cryptography , a work derived from my graduation thesis, published at the 2016 29th Symposium on Integrated Circuits and Systems Design (SBCCI).
- CSC 369 - Operating Systems (Fall 2017, Winter 2017)
- CSC 367 - Intro to parallel programming (Summer 2017, course preparation)