Jan de Muijnck-Hughes

Registered user since Thu 7 Mar 2019

Name:Jan de Muijnck-Hughes
Bio:

Generally speaking, I am interested in how we can take state-of-the-art advances in programming language theory, namely type-systems & functional programming as combined and presented in the Idris language, and use these advances to fundamentally change how we design systems to make them more trustworthy: Secure and Safe.

Specifically, I am interested in bettering system design and construction through applications of: functional programming; formal verification; mathematically informed programming; dependent types; sub-structural typing (quantitative, resource-dependent, session); and effect handlers. There are more topics that I am interested in, but the above keeps me busy for now!

Country:United Kingdom
Affiliation:University of Glasgow
Personal website:https://jfdm.github.io
Research interests:Dependent Types, Programming Languages, Program Verification, Trustworthy Systems, Hardware Design & Verification.

Contributions

APLAS 2022 Co-chair in Artifact Evaluation Committee
Committee Member in Program Committee
PLDI 2021 Committee Member in Artifact Evaluation Committee within the Research Artifacts-track
ECOOP 2020 Author of A Framework for Resource Dependent EDSLs in a Dependently Typed Language within the Research Papers-track
Author of A Framework for Resource Dependent EDSLs in a Dependently-Typed Language (Artifact) within the Artifacts-track
PLACES 2019 Author of Value-Dependent Session Design in a Dependently Typed Language within the PLACES-track
ECOOP 2019 Author of A Typing Discipline for Hardware Interfaces within the Research Papers-track
Author of A Typing Discipline for Hardware Interfaces within the Artifacts-track