Raoul L. Veroy Department of Computer Science
Tufts University
Halligan Hall
161 College Ave.
Medford, MA 02155

rveroy at cs.tufts.edu

I used to work with Professor Samuel Guyer on developing new methods and tools for exploring and understanding heap snapshots of running Java programs. I plan to leverage the work done in the Elephant Tracks Project by Nathan Ricci.




Raoul Veroy

I am a PhD candidate in the Computer Science Department at Tufts University. My advisor is Sam Guyer.

I was a software engineering intern for Red Hat over the summer (2015) where I worked with the OpenJDK group.

I was a software engineering intern for Twitter/Crashlytics in the summer of 2014.

Before coming to Tufts, I was a Software Engineer at a few organizations. In 2010, I had a brief stint with the Dental Practice Management Software group at Software of Excellence. From 2008-2010 I worked on GPS devices at Navman Technology. Both are located in Auckland, New Zealand. From 2000-2006, I worked with the Symmetrix Group at EMC Corp. in Hopkinton, MA.

I received my MS in Computer Science from The Ohio State University in 1999. Before that, I matriculated and then taught at the Ateneo de Manila University in Manila, Philippines.

Fall 2015
Spring 2015
Spring 2012
Fall 2011
Summer 2011
Spring 2011
Teaching Assistant for Comp 170 - Theory of Computation under Ben Hescott
Fall 2010
Head Teaching Assistant for Comp 40 - Machine Structure and Assembly-Language Programming
The Ohio State University
Teaching Associate for CIS 221 - Software Component Engineering (now CSE 221)
Ateneo de Manila University as Assistant Instructor
  • Math 11 College Algebra
  • Math 12 Discrete Mathematics
  • Math 20 Calculus for Economists
  • Math 21 Mathematical Analysis 1
  • Math 122 Linear Algebra
  • Math 248 Seminar in Graph Theory (co-taught with Prof. Mari-jo Ruiz)
Spring 2014
  • Comp 250-02 - Advanced Programming Languages
Fall 2012
Fall 2011
Spring 2011
Fall 2010
Personal Projects and Stuff

Updated 8 September 2017.