Dimi Racordon

Registered user since Tue 10 Sep 2019

Name:Dimi Racordon
Bio:

I’m a post-doc researcher at University of Geneva (Switzerland) and Northeastern University (United States). I’m working on language designs for safe and high-performance computing.

Besides research, I’m also actively involved in software development and engineering, and actively maintain a handful of open source software libraries. Most (if not all) of my work is available on my GitHub profile.

Country:United States
Affiliation:Northeastern University, USA
Research interests:Programming languages

Contributions

VIMPL 2023 Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the VIMPL 2023-track
MoreVMs 2023 Committee Member in Program Committee within the MoreVMs'23-track
ICOOOLPS 2022 Author of Belief Programming with Map Family Decision Diagrams within the ICOOOLPS 2022-track
SPLASH 2021 Committee Member in External Review Committee within the OOPSLA-track
Committee Member in Artifact Evaluation Committee within the OOPSLA Artifacts-track
ICOOOLPS 2021 Author of Fuel: A Compiler Framework for Safe Memory Management within the ICOOOLPS-track
Presenter of Native Implementation of Mutable Value Semantics within the ICOOOLPS-track
ECOOP and ISSTA 2021 Author of Native Implementation of Mutable Value Semantics within the Posters-track
CoCoDo 2021 Invited Speaker of From Abstract Syntax Trees to Machine Code with LLVM within the CoCoDo 2021-track
SPLASH 2020 Mentor in Mentors within the PLMW-track
Session Chair of F-3B (part of OOPSLA)
SLE 2020 Author of Featherweight Swift: A Core Calculus for Swift’s Type System within the SLE-track
LIVE 2020 Author of Functional Block Programming and Debugging within the LIVE 2020-track
CoCoDo 2020 Author of From Abstract Syntax Trees to Machine Code with LLVM within the CoCoDo 2020-track
ICW 2020 Author of LogicKit: Bringing logic programming to Swift within the ICW-track
VMIL 2019 Author of Implementing a Language with Explicit Assignment Semantics within the VMIL 2019-track
SLE 2018 Author of A Practical Type System for Safe Aliasing within the SLE 2018-track