Radostin Stoyanov is a DPhil student at the University of Oxford and a member of Somerville College. His research focuses on accelerating applications with in-network computing. He leads the Multi-Tenant Portable Switch Architecture (MTPSA) and P4 on Raspberry Pi (P4Pi) projects, and he is a long-term contributor to the Checkpoint/Restore in Userspace (CRIU) project.
Before joining Oxford, Radostin received his MPhil degree in Advanced Computer Science from University of Cambridge in 2020, and his MEng degree in Computing Science from University of Aberdeen in 2019. His master's research explored virtualization in programmable network devices and secure image-less container migration.
- MTPSA: Multi-Tenant Portable Switch Architecture
- P4Pi: P4 on Raspberry Pi for Networking Education
Awards and Prizes
- Recipient of a Doctoral Training Award to research in-network computing
- Aberdeen Burgh Records Project Prize 2019
- ScotlandIS Young Software Engineer of the Year 2018 – Runner up
- Amazon Prize in Computing Science 2018 – Runner Up
- Intelligent Plant – The Inform Prize 2017