Joseph Eremondi

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Name:Joseph Eremondi

I am Joey Eremondi, a PhD Student at the University of British Columbia.

I do research in Programming Languages and Theory of Computation, particularly with dependent types. My Masters Thesis was on improving error messages for higher order unification. I’ve also co-authored a few papers on reversal-bounded counter automata.

I have an M.Sc in Computing Science from Utrecht University, a B.Sc. Honours in Computer Science, and a B.Sc. 4-year in Mathematics, both from the University of Saskatchewan.


Affiliation:University of British Columbia
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Research interests:Programming Languages, Type Theory, Dependent Types, Rust, Constraint Based Inference


ICFP 2022 Author of Propositional Equality for Gradual Dependently Typed Programming within the ICFP Papers and Events-track
Author of Extinguishing the Fire Triangle of Gradual Dependent Types within the Student Research Competition-track
POPL 2022 Committee Member in Artifact Evaluation Committee within the Artifact Evaluation-track
ICFP 2019 Author of Approximate Normalization for Gradual Dependent Types within the Research Papers-track
TyDe 2018 Author of Extended Abstract: Improving Error Messages for Dependent Types within the TyDe 2018-track