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Robert Soulé

Assistant Professor
51 Prospect Street, Room 206
New Haven, CT, 06511
U.S.A.
+1 (203) 432-1215
CV (Dec. 2020)
robert.soule@yale.edu

Research

My research spans a number of areas in computer systems, including networking, distributed systems, databases, and programming languages. Here is a complete list of my publications, or links to DBLP and Google Scholar.

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Open Positions

I am currently working with Professor Avi Silberschatz on a number of research projects dealing with database systems, operating system, and networking. We are particularly interested in the designing systems that can leverage emerging non-volatile memory technologies. Towards this goal, we are exploring both how existing systems can be adapted for these new memories, and green-field designs which re-visit the entire software stack. We are recruiting both graduate students and Postdocs to help with the research. If you are in the job market and are intrested in exploring the possibility of joing our research group, please contact me at robert.soule@yale.edu.

Biography

Robert Soulé is an Assistant Professor at Yale University; a Research Scientist at Barefoot Networks, an Intel Company; and member of the P4 Technical Steering Team. Prior to joining Yale, he was an Associate Professor at the Università della Svizzera italiana in Lugano, Switzerland, where he still holds an Adjunct Professor position. He received his B.A. from Brown University, and his Ph.D. from NYU. After his Ph.D., he was a post-doc at Cornell University. His work has received best paper awards at ACM DEBS 2012, NSDI 2018, and CoNEXT 2020.

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