Joel @ UBC

About Me

I am currently a student at UBC, pursuing a PhD in computer engineering under the supervision and support of Sasha Fedorova. I am a member of the Systopia lab which is a loosely-knit group of systems researchers spanning the computer science and electrical engineering departments at UBC.

What I Do

I work on operating systems and related technologies. In the past, I have worked on projects in processing-in-memory, virtualization, file systems and drivers. Currently, I am looking at how to build an operating system from autonomous devices that does not require a CPU.

Recent Publications

Systor '22
Joel Nider, Jackson Dagger, Niloo Gharavi, Daniel Ng, and Alexandra Fedorova (University of British Columbia)
Joel Nider, Craig Mustard, Andrada Zoltan, John Ramsden, Larry Liu, Jacob Grossbard, Mohammad Dashti (University Of British Columbia), Romaric Jodin, Alexandre Ghiti, Jordi Chauzi (UPMEM SAS), and Alexandra Fedorova (University Of British Columbia)


You can see my team's PIM related code on GitHub.
My personal projects are the things I do when I'm not doing the things I'm supposed to be doing. You can see some description on my Personal Projects page.