Take a look at My CV (pdf)
Life is what you do when you're busy making other plans...

Hello there!
My name is Robin Gonzalez and I am a researcher and teacher assitant at The University of Calgary. I have a masters in dynamic update/hot-patching of software and I am doing my PhD on privacy and user awareness. Currently I am working at HireGround Software Solutions as a Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing Specialist.

My research focuses on awareness of privacy leakages in online data sharing. I study the automation and user awareness of targeted attacks that use public data to influence users to click on links.

In my free time, I play and listen to lots of music. My main instrument is the drums and I teach them as a hobby.


In the past, I've been part of research groups such as TSG and ISPIA. These are all blog posts I have made about my work as well as some educational posts, courses I taught and tutorials:

Final assignment for CPNT-250 is available at this link.

Started teaching Digital Forensics at SAIT, course material here.

Started working at HireGround Software Solutions as a machine learning scientist and lead researcher.

Started a Teaching and Learning Organization at UofC for new and experienced TAs.

The ISPIA research group made a profile about me, check it out here.

I received the best TA award for teaching Operating Systems (CPSC 457) at UofC, here.

Defended my thesis about hot-patching data structures in Unix, you can read more about it here.