Chris Martens

Registered user since Fri 23 Oct 2015

Name:Chris Martens
Bio:

Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University, 2015

Postdoc UC Santa Cruz, 2015-2016

Assistant Professor, NC State University, 2016-present

Country:United States
Affiliation:North Carolina State University
Research interests:Programming languages, computational creativity, autonomous agents, logic, generative methods, automated reasoning

Contributions

HATRA 2021 Session Chair of Type Systems (part of HATRA 2021)
Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the HATRA 2021-track
miniKanren 2021 Author of Relational Content Generation within the miniKanren 2021-track
SPLASH 2021 Organizing Committee of HATRA within the Workshops-track
HATRA 2020 Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the HATRA-track
Author of Towards Solver-Aided Creativity within the HATRA-track
VL/HCC 2021 Author of Interactive Fiction Creation in Villanelle: Understanding and Supporting the Author Experience within the Research Papers-track
Author of Scaffolding Game Design: Towards tool support for planning open-ended projects in an introductory game design class within the Research Papers-track
‹Programming› 2021 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research Papers-track
GPCE 2019 Committee Member in Program Committee within the GPCE 2019-track
FARM 2018 Committee Member in Program Committee within the FARM 2018-track
DSLDI 2017 Committee Member in Program Committee within the DSLDI 2017-track
ICFP 2018 Committee Member in Selection Committee within the Student Research Competition-track
PLMW 2017 Author of Keynote within the PLMW 2017-track
ICFP 2017 Keynote Speaker of Compositional creativity: some principles for talking to computers within the Keynotes and Reports-track
Off the Beaten Track 2017 Committee Member in Program Committee within the OBT-track
Author of Programming with Epistemic Logic within the OBT-track
Off the Beaten Track 2016 Keynote Speaker of Keynote Talk: Operationalizing Creative Theories within the Off the Beaten Track-track
SPLASH 2015 Panelist of Panel: Graduate School: Why and How? within the PLMW-track