Robert Robere

research

I am a graduate student in the DCS Theory Group at the University of Toronto, where I am lucky to be supervised by Stephen Cook and Toni Pitassi. My primary area of research is computational complexity theory, with an emphasis in circuit complexity and related topics. I have also worked in intersection of theoretical computer science and cognitive science.

education

Ph.D. in Computer Science (2013-Present)
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Advisors: Stephen Cook and Toniann Pitassi

M.Sc. in Computer Science (2012-2013)
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Advisors: Stephen Cook and Toniann Pitassi

B.Sc.(Hons) in Computer Science (2007-2012)
Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL, Canada
Minor: Mathematics
Graduated with First Class Distinction
Awarded the Medal for Academic Excellence in Computer Science.

address

Department of Computer Science
Sandford Fleming Building
10 King's College Road
University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada M5S-3G4
E-Mail: robere [at] cs [dot] toronto [dot] edu
Office: SF 4306

vita

theory student seminar winter 2017

publications

teaching

past

code

misc

Outside of math and computers, my favorite hobbies are rock climbing and writing. When it's cold, I climb indoors at Joe Rockheads, where I have met some of the best people. I love improv --- I am a former Stanley, and I was a trainer with the Canadian Improv Games for several years --- and I still try and get out to jam every now and then. I also maintain a website with three other idiots.