Bernardo Toninho

Registered user since Tue 18 Sep 2018

Name:Bernardo Toninho
Bio:

I am interested in the application of language-based techniques to the development of more robust and safer concurrent and distributed systems. More specifically, I work within the realm of (substructural) type theory, such as those based on Linear Logic and Session Types, and their applications to concurrent programming. I am also interested in using type and logic-based techniques to verify concurrent programs in real languages such as Go, Rust and Scala.

Country:Portugal
Affiliation:NOVA-LINCS; Nova University of Lisbon
Research interests:Type Theory, Programming Languages, Linear Logic

Contributions

SPLASH 2023 PC Member in OOPSLA Review Committee within the OOPSLA-track
SPLASH 2022 Author of Derivations with Holes for Concept-Based Program Synthesis within the Onward! Papers-track
ICFP 2022 Committee Member in Program Committee within the ICFP Papers and Events-track
ECOOP 2022 Author of Ferrite: A Judgmental Embedding of Session Types in Rust within the Research Papers-track
SPLASH 2020 Session Chair of M-5 (part of OOPSLA)
Author of Featherweight Go within the OOPSLA-track
Author of Featherweight Go within the OOPSLA Artifacts-track
SPLASH 2019 Committee Member in Judges within the SRC-track
Author of Refinement Kinds: Type-Safe Programming with Practical Type-Level Computation within the OOPSLA-track
Author of Refinement Kinds: Type-safe Programming with Practical Type-level Computation within the OOPSLA Artifacts-track
ESOP 2019 Author of Manifest Deadlock-Freedom for Shared Session Types within the ESOP 2019-track
POPL 2019 Author of Interconnectability of Session-Based Logical Processes within the Research Papers-track
PLMW 2019 Organizer in Organizing Committee within the PLMW@POPL-track
* ICSE 2018 * Author of A Static Verification Framework for Message Passing in Go using Behavioural Types within the Technical Papers -track
POPL 2017 Author of Fencing off Go: Liveness and Safety for Channel-Based Programming within the POPL-track